20-years-ago today, “Israel” was defeated and was forced to withdraw from Southern Lebanon after Hezbollah and its allies humiliated the IDF and its proxy group the South Lebanon Army.
The conflict in South Lebanon started in 1985 as “Israel” after invading Lebanon in 1982, withdrew from large areas of the country. However just because of that withdraw, they were far from done in their attempts to conquer Lebanon. The South Lebanon security belt administration was established in 1985 as a proxy of “Israel” and it controlled 328 square miles of territory in South Lebanon.
As the conflict raged on, “Israel” in 1992, assassinated the first Hezbollah leader Abbas al-Musawi, and contrary to expectations that only backfired for them. The new Hezbollah leader was Hassan Nasrallah and he ended up being a far worse problem for “Israel” in the war. “Israel” was not able to adapt to the way Hezbollah was conducting the warfare. “Israel” was getting attacked with rockets from Hezbollah, they were hammering the SLA proxy territory forces.
In 1997, two “Israeli” air force helicopters crashed into each other in Northern “Israel” and all 73 IDF soldiers were killed. That was really the beginning of the end for “Israel” in South Lebanon as the public turned against the war that they were losing, the morale was collapsing, and Hezbollah was gaining ground. In 1999, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was voted out in a landslide, and in came Ehud Barak who in 2000 pulled “Israeli” troops out of Southern Lebanon.
On May 25th, 2000, the IDF withdrew from all of Southern Lebanon and the defeat of “Israel” at the hands of Hezbollah was secured beyond a shadow of a doubt. It remains nothing short of a catastrophic fail by “Israel” who met its match not once but twice against Hezbollah.
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