Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Monitoring: In a post on his Twitter account on Wednesday, Nasser Kanani made a reference to an article published by the Institute for National Security Studies (INSS), a research center affiliated with Tel Aviv University, which has confessed that the Israeli regime’s deterrence in the face of its enemies is eroding.
The Zionist regime is weaker than a spider’s web, the spokesman added.
In the article published on May 1, the INSS said, “The recent events indicate that Israel’s deterrence vs Hezbollah and its partners in the axis of resistance is eroding.
“These operations against Israel, coupled with a series of prior incidents, have combined to erode Israel’s deterrence capabilities vs Hezbollah, which is working tirelessly to improve the rules of the game within the framework of the deterrence equation that has evolved in the aftermath of the Second Lebanon War,” it noted.
Highlighting the “evident cracks in Israel’s deterrence against Hezbollah”, the article said the attack at Megiddo Junction in mid-March 2023 by a Palestinian who crossed the border from Lebanon, the rockets fired by Hamas from southern Lebanon into the occupied territories during the month of Ramadan, and the internal crisis in the Israeli regime expose the regime’s vulnerability and allows it to argue that Israel has been deterred by Hezbollah’s military strength.