will be active in the Gaza Strip. These groups will launch missile and drone strikes on Israel, firing an average of 3,000 missiles a day at Israel. Earlier, General Brick had warned several times that Israeli forces were not in a position to fight together on many fronts.
Last month, General Isaac Brick made it clear that the reality is that Israel’s military is declining day by day, and that this is not an expression of anger,
but a fact that should not be ignored. General Brick added that a new war would push us back many years. The kind of difficult situation we have faced in previous wars is nothing compared to future wars. Earlier in May, the former Israeli military official said the belief that the air force would play a victorious role for Israel in any war had been shattered.
He made the remarks after the end of an 11-day war between Israel and the Gaza-based Hamas and Islamic Jihad movements. In that war, Hamas and the Islamic Jihad movement fired 4,000 rockets and missiles at Israel. In addition, drones from Gaza have been used to attack Israel.