The IDF bombed Lebanese infrastructure with impunity but couldn't make headway against Hesb'allah and were fought to a standstill. Think about it; the most powerful army in the Middle East trounced by guerrillas. The next time Israel will not be so lucky. The Hesb'allah rockets have greater range and accuracy and Israel's cities will have a taste of the same medicine that the IDF gave to Beirut. Hesb'allah do not need to win, they just need to stay on their feet.
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from the article: 'Syria helped Hezbollah amass some 40,000 missiles'