has supplied Hizbullah
with advanced missiles which can accurately hit extensive targets inside Israel,
the London-based Arabic-language newspaper al-Quds al-Arabi reported Friday, quoting Arab sources.
According to the report, the missiles will be operational at any moment Israel "thinks of acting adventurously and attacking Iran" or when the United States launches a regional war against the Tehran government.
The Arab sources said that the new missiles are capable of reaching a range "Israel cannot even imagine" and are one of the "surprises" promised by Hizbullah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah.
It was also reported that the missiles were equipped with advanced navigation mechanisms, which would enable them to hit their targets in a more accurate manner.
According to recent reports, Iran plans to build an array of antiaircraft missiles for Hizbullah in Lebanon.
Kuwaiti newspaper al-Siyasa reported Tuesday that 300 Iranian experts were working to build an array of antiaircraft missiles on the mountain range in western Lebanon.
Al-Quds al-Arabi went on to report that Iran is not only helping Israel's enemies in Lebanon, but is also attempting to reinforce the Islamic Jihad
in the Gaza Strip in a bid to weaken the truce between Hamas
According to the report, these attempts have led to clashes between Hamas and Jihad members in Gaza.