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Named after the Beirut suburb IDF destroyed in the 2006 Lebanon war, it's how future ones will be fought.
The greatest part of its demands is that Syria should distance itself from Hizbullah, the Shi'ite militant organisation that is believed to have fully restocked its awesome armoury to the level attained before the ruinous 2006 Lebanon war.
The Commission was appointed by the Olmert cabinet after the 2006 Lebanon War to examine the Israeli military's request for a large increase in the defense budget, and was headed by David Brodet, a former Finance Ministry director general.
An aspect of such modernization could be seen in the 2006 Lebanon war between Israel and Hizbullah, where tank warfare was rendered obsolete by missiles and Katyushas.
Even those that are keeping quiet, are being tantalized for another showdown by this show of force drill codenamed "Turning Point", suggesting a reversal of the 2006 Lebanon War when the Israeli military might was badly beaten by Hizbullah fighters.
The 2006 Lebanon war, in this regard, exemplified a process in which nationalists actively promoted unlearning lessons promulgated by antiwar movements such as the Four Mothers, and relearning faith in the resort to force that a fairly recent, failed war should have discredited.
2) When the fighting between Israel and Hezbollah, a militant Shiite Muslim group, ended in August 2006, a conflict known as the 2006 Lebanon War, an estimated one million unexploded cluster bomblets littered the lands of southern Lebanon.
The Israeli daily Ha'aretz was on March 3 reported by Gulf News of having said Prince Bandar had been behind covert Saudi talks with Israel since the July/August 2006 Lebanon war.
Since the establishment of the state of Israel in May 1948, there have been the Arab-Israeli war of 1948, the Suez war of 1956, the Six-Day war of June 1967, the War of Attrition of 1969-1970, the October 1973 war, the 1978 invasion of southern Lebanon, the 1982 invasion of Lebanon, the first intifada of 1989, the second intifada of 2000, the 2006 Lebanon war, and the 2008 Gaza war, repeated in 2012 and 2014.
He supports these findings through examinations of the case studies of the Camp David negotiations, the 1982 invasion of Lebanon and the subsequent withdrawal in 2000, the 2005 "disengagement" from Gaza, the 2006 Lebanon War, and the development and cancellation of the Lavi combat aircraft.
He saw what happened to Lebanon the last time," Gantz said, referring to the 2006 Lebanon war, when Israeli warplanes hammered Lebanon's civilian infrastructure in response to the firing of thousands of rockets by Iran's proxy at northern Israel.
Outgunned and outnumbered, Hezbollah dug tunnels to hold off Israeli ground forces during the 2006 Lebanon war.