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Iran Exploits Israeli Media , Senior Security and Political Figures for Propaganda Gains."



Iran effectively utilizes Israeli media and statements from former senior Israeli officials and protest leaders to bolster its propaganda efforts against Israel. These translated materials are rapidly disseminated across social networks and media outlets associated with Iran's "resistance camp," portraying Israel as weak and tarnishing its international reputation.

Iran's leaders and the regime's media have an easy time with their propaganda struggle against Israel. They quote the Israeli media. Former senior officials in Israel's security, military, and intelligence establishments, as well as the heads of the "Kaplan Protest," whether consciously or not, play into Iran's hands and serve as a central pillar in its propaganda efforts in the struggle that Iran is waging against Israel in general, and since October 7 in particular.


Iran closely follows and systematically monitors Israel's print media, broadcast media, and social networks daily. Shortly after a statement or article appears in the media that aligns with the Iranian ideological line and serves the purpose of portraying Israel in its weakness (on the way to its destruction) or tarnishing its reputation in the regional and international arena, it appears translated into Arabic and Persian. It is virally disseminated on social networks and in media outlets associated with the "resistance camp" led by Iran.


The editorial attached below is one of many examples of this Iranian pattern and deals with the possibility of a war igniting in Lebanon at Israel's initiative. Iran's arguments are supported by an article in Maariv and statements by Haim Tomer, a former senior official in the Mossad.


Hezbollah's Strength Deters Israeli Aggression


In his op-ed titled "If Israel Attacks Lebanon" in Kayhan, a publication known for representing Khamenei's views, Jafar Bolouri raises the question, "Will Israel attack Lebanon?" This query has resurfaced following Hezbollah's unprecedented assault on the northern occupied territories last Monday (June 3). …In those attacks, Al Jazeera reported that Hezbollah used an Iranian missile named "Almas" to set a large area of northern Israel on fire. The Zionists in Kiryat Shmona and the occupied Golan suffered such significant damage that the leaders of this regime immediately rushed to the scene to assess the situation firsthand.


This hasty presence of Zionist leaders to assess the damage and their subsequent statements indicated that Hezbollah's attacks were unprecedented. This triggered a new wave of threats against Hezbollah and, consequently, a wave of analyses posing the question we began with. In this note, we want to delve into the potential war between Hezbollah and Israel by briefly examining the views of Israeli experts. What is the likelihood of Israel attacking Lebanon and Hezbollah, and what will be the outcome of such an attack? Read on:


Hezbollah's attacks on northern occupied territories have been continuous. These attacks, which started immediately after the Gaza war began, have not only not decreased over the past eight months but have become more intense, unpredictable, and complex. Reports from Hebrew media also show that vast areas of northern Israel are entirely deserted, with tens of thousands of Zionists fleeing and unlikely to return soon. If the Zionists could launch a large-scale attack on Lebanon and defeat Hezbollah, they would not have endured eight months of devastating Hezbollah attacks, confined to a "controlled war" in a "limited geographic area" in southern Lebanon. This inability, whether due to fear of Iran entering the war or the undisclosed capabilities of Hezbollah, exists. Therefore, while the possibility of a large-scale war with Lebanon and Hezbollah remains, it is not high.


Difficult situations require bold actions, and today, the Zionist regime, according to a recent report by the Hebrew newspaper Haaretz (Israel), is in its most challenging situation because "it has failed on all fronts and is heading towards disaster." Yoav Gallant, the Zionist regime's defense minister, recently said in the Knesset that Israel is at war with seven [resistance] fronts, not just the two fronts of Hezbollah and Hamas. All these seven fronts are now at war with the Zionists and inflicting unprecedented blows on this regime. We mentioned this to conclude that although the likelihood of a large-scale attack by the Zionist regime on Lebanon increases with the continuation of this trend, so does the likelihood and intensification of attacks by all seven fronts on this regime. Note that, according to the Zionists, Hezbollah has only used 5% of its capacity in the war so far, and the situation for the other six fronts is almost the same! If both sides fully engage in war, what will happen? Let us look at the Hebrew media for answers. However, before turning to these responses, it is necessary to recall that both Netanyahu and his defense minister threatened, after Hezbollah attacked northern occupied territories, that they would soon attack Lebanon and destroy Hezbollah in a major war!


Haim Tomer Former Mossad Official, Israeli Media Cautions Against War with Hezbollah


This is part of a new report from the Hebrew newspaper Maariv, published in response to the threats from Netanyahu, Gallant, and other Zionist leaders against Hezbollah :


"For many years, Israeli leaders have specialized in making empty threats about destroying Hezbollah, just as they threatened to destroy Hamas. But the enemy has long known these words are empty, so we have reached this point... We saw that in the last two weeks, Hezbollah's military wing increased its attacks along the northern border, its drone attacks became more precise, and its artillery attacks heavier and more successful. The missiles fired by [Hezbollah] caused fires in lands near the borders. Is there anyone today who has not seen the extensive fires in several houses in the Neftali Heights settlements this week, putting them at risk of destruction?".


"If the Israeli army could set all of Lebanon on fire or occupy and destroy Beirut, it would have done so at the beginning of the war. If it did not do so, it is probably because it cannot or has no justification for doing so. It better remain silent if it cannot or does not want to do so. The enemy notices the doubts and disagreements..."

They, like Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, have concluded that these threats are empty and merely to boost the morale of the Zionists. Maariv's report continues:


Haim Tomer, (Israel Hayom). حاییم تومر, a former senior intelligence official of Mossad, is also against a war between Lebanon and Israel; this opposition is not due to Tomer's "love of peace" but because he is concerned about the consequences of this war. According to Tomer, a large-scale war with Hezbollah would weaken the Zionist regime's ability to manage the occupied territories. He considers an all-out war with the axis of resistance a threat to the existence of Israel and the future envisioned by global Zionism for it.


Hezbollah's Unleashed Potential: A Game-Changer in Middle East Conflict


As many of these analyses and warnings are in the Hebrew media as you want. These analyses mainly discuss the dangers of "serious and direct entry into a war with Hezbollah." Generally, they do not mention the point that "the start of this war will cause the serious entry of the other six resistance fronts against Israel." Naturally, the Zionists, given their current situation, cannot simultaneously engage in a large-scale war with this massive resistance front. But what will happen if this war occurs? Hezbollah Lebanon answered this question yesterday in a few short sentences. Nawaf al-Musawi, the official in charge of resources and borders in the Islamic Resistance of Lebanon, said: "The next war with Israel will be the final war, and after any war with Lebanon, the region will never be the same... We have weapons that we have not yet announced."

 

Bolouri: Missteps in Iran's Elections Could Revive Zionist Threat

 

The final section of this note may seem unrelated to the topic at first glance, but it is directly related. This section is dedicated to the most critical topic these days in our country: the presidential elections. The overall message of this note is that the Israeli regime is in the "weakest," "most vulnerable," and "most fragile" condition in its 76-year history, thanks to the unparalleled foreign policy of the late President Raisi's government. Although he is not present, his work continues.


Our country's situation in the region is also experiencing good conditions thanks to the efforts of this government. From unprecedentedly reduced tensions with countries like Saudi Arabia (which experienced the most tense relations in the eleventh and twelfth governments and was about to form an Arab NATO to threaten our national security) to the request of countries like Bahrain to get closer to Iran, and the large resistance front that is single-handedly erasing the Zionist regime.


All this has been achieved thanks to "resistance," not "compromise." In such a situation, a wrong choice can provide artificial respiration to the Zionists and save them from this predicament, in addition to the disastrous economic and cultural consequences witnessed in the 1990s. We still remember the message that Mr. Zarif sent to the Zionists: "The man who denied the Holocaust is gone," in an attempt to appease the Americans by causing pain to the significant resistance front with this message, signaling that he sought de-escalation in the "Palestine and Israel" issue as well... But nothing came out of this model of de-escalation except humiliation and sanctions...



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