The divide-but-don’t-conquer strategy.
And tested Hamas.
The two terrorist groups have a common patron, but different incentives.
One wants quiet, the other to “engage the enemy.”
Behind the missiles.
Peace is just a chance to reload.
Islamic Jihad serves as a distraction from the northern front.
While maintaining disciplined control of its forces.
The flames Hamas is fanning can’t be contained.
A terrorist group under Iran’s control.
The Islamic Republic now supports three terrorist groups in the Strip.
It’s trying to undermine both Egypt and Oman.
Its alternative to Hamas is waiting in the wings.
A two-front, low-intensity war.