Tablet: Israel’s Eyes in the North – The Woman Who Watches Hezbollah

Sarit Zehavi, founder of the Alma Center think tank, has her eye on Hezbollah and her feet planted firmly in her beloved Galilee.

At the end of August, there was tension in the northern Galilee. Israel stopped Hezbollah from launching a drone from Syria by killing two terrorists, who had both been trained in Iran, before they could carry out the attack. Two drones crashed in Beirut, and the Lebanese blamed Israel, which denied involvement.

Sarit Zehavi, founder and CEO of Alma Research and Education Center, a think tank in the western Galilee focused on geopolitics and security on Israel’s northern border, posted a video on YouTube on Aug. 27, briefing viewers on how Israel foiled an Iranian attack from Syrian territory, and Lebanon’s connection to the incident. On Sept. 1, Hezbollah shot several rockets into northern Israel.

Zehavi’s son Mor was supposed to have his bar mitzvah several days later in their hometown, just a short drive from Israel’s border with Lebanon. But now, the plan looked like it was going to be a bust, and it reminded her of an entirely different bar mitzvah story—her father’s.

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One thought on “Tablet: Israel’s Eyes in the North – The Woman Who Watches Hezbollah

  1. Bravo, gente así siempre hace falta y causa admiración.

    El mar., 17 dic. 2019 7:19, Lahav Harkov escribió:

    > lahavharkov posted: “Sarit Zehavi, founder of the Alma Center think tank, > has her eye on Hezbollah and her feet planted firmly in her beloved > Galilee. At the end of August, there was tension in the northern Galilee. > Israel stopped Hezbollah from launching a drone from Syria b” >

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