Egyptian Expert: United Islamic-Arab Army Able to Defeat Israel in One Day
Fars News Agency TEHRAN (FNA)- A senior Egyptian military expert underlined the Muslim world’s military capabilities and potentials, and said if the armies of different Islamic and Arab countries become united, they can defeat Israel in one day and then free the occupied Palestinian territories.
“A joint army formed by the Islamic and Arab countries can defeat Israel within 24 hours,” Foad Allam told FNA on Wednesday.
“Leaders of Islamic and Arab states should decide in their meetings to form a joint army to free Palestine,” he said, adding, “If they take the decision and task Muslims with implementing it, a force more powerful than Israel will be formed.”
His remarks came after the spokesman of the Iranian foreign ministry said that Iran extends support to the front of resistance against warmongers less than a week after Lebanese Hezbollah Leader Seyed Hassan Nasrallah declared the drone which penetrated Israel’s air space used Iranian technology.
“We are at the service of the region’s security and stability and our country’s progress in defensive fields makes war less likely,” Ramin Mehman-Parast said at his weekly press conference in Tehran on Tuesday.
“Our country’s defensive capabilities are very high and our progress in different fields has given us the chance to defend our territorial integrity as well as the regional states’ sovereignty and independence and find the ability to reinvigorate the resistance front against the western warmongers and interventionists and the Zionist regime,” Mehman-Parast stressed.
On October 6, Israeli media announced that an unknown drone was flying over the Yatir forest in the South Mount Hebron area and the Israeli army was trying to figure out what its destination was.
Israeli army later alleged that its forces had hit the drone kilometers after it infiltrated all the Israeli missile shields and radar systems and just a few kilometers away from the Dimona nuclear center.
Four days later the Hezbollah leader confirmed that the pilotless drone belonged to Hezbollah, adding that the operation codenamed Hussein Ayub saw Hezbollah’s drone fly hundreds of kilometers into the Israeli airspace and getting very close to Dimona nuclear plant without being detected by advanced Israeli and US radars.
Nasrallah further stated that Hezbollah’s drones use Iranian technology, but are assembled by his resistance movement in Lebanon.