The paper starts off focusing on Lebanon as a weak state, which comprises the theoretical background of my paper. This list may not reflect recent changes (). Second Lebanon War. Israeli political and military leaders failed to foresee this outcome because they developed their war plans based on three assumptions. (res.) Yet, as the 2006 Lebanon War unfolded over 34 days, Israel’s plans for a quick and decisive victory fell apart.

Yet, as the 2006 Lebanon War unfolded over 34 days, Israel’s plans for a quick and decisive victory fell apart. THE 2006 ISRAELI WAR ON LEBANON: ANALYSIS AND STRATEGIC IMPLICATIONS by Lieutenant Colonel Hany T. Nakhleh Lebanese Army Dr. Sherifa Zuhur Project Adviser This SRP is submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the Master of Strategic Studies Degree. Legal Standards Applicable to the Conflict. Maj. Gen. Mixing an organized political movement with decentralized armed cells employing adaptive tactics in ungoverned zones,… It has constantly attacked Israel since Israeli withdrawal in 2000, and in 2006 it again attacked Israel without provocation. Civilian Casualties in Lebanon during the 2006 War […] IV. The Second Lebanon War: Failures, Lessons Learned and the Future. The Second Lebanon War lasted 34 days, and its results were far reaching. Israel - Lebanon - War of 2006 Lebanon war, 2006 Hizbollah is a cancer on Lebanon - the most heavily armed group in the country, out-gunning the Lebanese government - allied with Iran, and threatening both Israel and democracy in Lebanon.. In retrospection of the Israel-Lebanon war of 2006, also known as the second Lebanon war, it would be somewhat parochial to tie Israel’s intelligence failures alone to the country’s performance in the war. Pages in category "Battles of the 2006 Lebanon War" The following 6 pages are in this category, out of 6 total. The hypothesis I tested was the rising of Hezbollah to a national and regional player in the Middle East as the main consequence of the war. My thesis deals with the Lebanon War of 2006 and its consequences and outcome of the war. Even though the way it was conducted drew strong criticism from the Israeli public and the Winograd Commission Report, it brought about a prolonged and unprecedented lull on the Israeli-Lebanese border, a lull that still continues one decade later. Israeli political and military leaders failed to foresee this outcome because they developed their war plans based on three assumptions. Lebanon 2006-2016: Deterrence is an Elusive Concept. Historical Map of the Eastern Mediterranean (22 July 2006 - 2006 Lebanon War: In May 2000 Israel withdrew from southern Lebanon and five years later Syria withdrew from the rest of the country. Yaakov Amidror | July 10, 2016 In the next IDF operation in Lebanon, IDF ground forces will have to act decisively and quickly to counteract fire and inflict great losses on Hezbollah. The amorphous Hezbollah, led by Hassan Nasrallah represents a rising threat. Mohammad Naved Ferdaus Iqbal. As the foreign occupiers departed, the Shia militant organization Hezbollah emerged as a powerful military force in Lebanon, beginning strikes into northern Israel as early as October 2000. The 2006 war came six years after Israel withdrew from its 18-year occupation of Southern Lebanon, which it had maintained since it invaded the country in 1982.