The expansion comes as Hezbollah is believed to be ramping up its military inventory in the event of a future confrontation with Israel, the Jerusalem Post reported. Hezbollah is said to have some 100,000 rockets and missiles stockpiled for use against Israel, including a small number of satellite-guided weapons that could be used to target specific outposts in the event of an all-out war between the two sides.
Israeli military officials also told the Post they are concerned about the growing number of al-Qaida-affiliated groups massing in Syria due to the country's three-year civil war and increasing intelligence to combat those forces is a high priority.
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