historically, Israel has had a complicated relationship with both Syria and Lebanon, and tensions have escalated into armed conflicts in the past.
If a war were to break out between Israel, Syria, and Lebanon, it could have serious consequences for the entire region. The conflict could involve multiple actors, including non-state actors such as Hezbollah, and could potentially escalate into a broader regional conflict.
The outcome of any such war would depend on a wide range of factors, including the military capabilities and strategies of the different parties, the political and economic support they receive from external actors, and the level of international involvement and intervention.
It is important to note that war and conflict often have devastating consequences for civilians and can lead to loss of life, displacement, and long-term damage to infrastructure and the economy. Therefore, it is always preferable to find peaceful solutions to conflicts through diplomacy and negotiations.
in the next war we will see , new invade ,this time from Lebanon , hezbullah will go to al jalleel in the north
Dr maw lee
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