Consequences, Prospects of Continuation of Ground Operations of Zionist Regime in Gaza

Strategic Council Online - Opinion: With the continuation of the ground operations of the Zionist regime in Gaza and the success of the Hamas resistance forces in crippling their military equipment and inflicting heavy casualties on them, important questions can be raised about the prospect of that military invasion. Hamid Khoshayand – Expert on regional affairs

The Palestinian resistance has so far destroyed more than 110 tanks and personnel carriers in the axes of the conflict and killed about 250 Zionist forces. According to the field data, the northern half of Gaza, which has a population of about 1.7 million and is the densest part of Gaza, is the main center of conflicts.

Also, by entering the central area of Gaza, which lacks natural barriers, forest cover, and dense residential buildings, the Zionist regime is trying to create a gap between the north and south of Gaza to give morale to its defeated army and frighten the resistance forces and put them in a tight spot!

The main pressure of the Zionist army is in the three axes of the northeast, northwest, and north, but so far, it has not advanced more than 2 kilometers in the north of Gaza. The Salah al-Din road, which is 45 kilometers long and connects the south and the north of Gaza, is currently under the control of the Zionists. The areas under control, where the Zionist regime’s armored forces are present with heavy equipment, have not yet been stabilized, and the resistance fighters are heavily involved with the Zionist military.

Despite the entry of the Zionist regime army into areas in Gaza and the attempt to create a middle gap in it, the prospect and continuation of the operation, which the Zionists seek to expand, is facing serious doubts.

The geopolitics and the position of the Palestinian Resistance in Gaza are such that it does not allow the Zionist army to survive there even for a short period; therefore, the areas it has occupied are temporary, and the Zionist regime is forced to withdraw from Gaza.

The fact that the Zionist regime has announced that it seeks to destroy Hamas, Islamic Jihad, and military battalions in Gaza is an unattainable target. Annihilation of the Islamic Resistance Movement of Hamas, which, in addition to its military and combat capabilities, especially in the field of asymmetric and urban battles, is particularly popular among more than 2 million residents of Gaza, is a big claim and more like a dream. This claim is much bigger and beyond the capabilities and military and security calculations of the Israeli regime in occupied Palestine.

Now that the Zionist army has entered Gaza in a limited way, it is on the verge of a “strategic disaster.” it is natural that the expansion of the scope and intensity of the ground war adds to the depth and scope of Israel’s strategic defeat in Gaza.

At the same time, the excessive density of Gaza, such a way that about 5,300 people are living in each square kilometer, the full awareness of Hamas over its geography, the long and deep tunnels throughout Gaza, which are about 500 kilometers long, and their identification and destruction has become an unsolvable mystery for the Zionist regime, the extraordinary popularity of Hamas among the people of Gaza due to the services and valuable work it has done, the view of the people of Gaza to the usurpers as their number one enemy, the sensitivity of the Resistance Front in the region to the crimes of the Zionists in Gaza and the pressure of world public opinion are among the important reasons that show the prospect of continued military operations in Gaza with failure.

Previously, some senior American commanders who had seen the strength and capabilities of the Islamic Resistance Front in the region had warned the Zionist leaders about this issue. General McKenzie, the former commander of CENTCOM in the region, in a recent interview with the ABC news channel, called the operation in Gaza the most challenging and worst type of war operation in the history of the Zionist regime, which Israel should avoid because of the population density and high buildings of this city!

Even the Zionists are aware of this issue. Although they have started the military invasion of Gaza in a limited way and so-called step by step, they see themselves in an act that began with the influence of the extreme Zionist elements and has no choice but to continue.

In any case, there is 100 percent agreement on two issues in the decision-making body of the Zionist regime, in which fascist and extremist elements are also effectively present: one, there should not be a large-scale ground attack; two, in any situation the operation should continue at a limited level and with a small depth and scope to achieve even tactical gains.

In fact, the situation of the Zionist cabinet is such that to compensate for the field failures in the face of the Palestinian resistance and Hamas, and to reduce the pressure of radical and extremist elements and movements, and to gain a winning card, it is even satisfied with the realization of a few minor tactical achievements in Gaza so that can use it in any possible negotiations related to the ceasefire. It goes without saying that the Zionist regime’s hands are currently empty for talks with Hamas.

But regarding the consequences of the situation that we see in Gaza today, it should be emphasized that continuation of the ground attack on Gaza will, in the first step, strengthen the three distinct and dangerous fronts, namely, northern Palestine by Hezbollah, Yemen by Ansarollah, and Syria by the resistance in that country directly against the Zionist regime which has been opened for some time. The noteworthy point is that the initiative on all three fronts is in the hands of the Islamic Resistance, and the Zionist regime is in a weak position.

Considering the effective, decisive, and obvious role that the Americans have in the Gaza war, the field and military threats against the bases and gathering centers of the Americans in Iraq and Syria will be intensified at a higher level. Suppose the United States and the Zionist regime insist on continuing the ground invasion in Gaza. In that case, the region’s American economic and commercial centers may also be included in the target list.

In addition, with the continuation of the war in Gaza, the pressure of public opinion in the region and also in Western countries has been intensified, and the resulting consequences, especially at the political and legal levels, will add to the problems of the Zionist regime even after the end of the war.

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