Israel has issued a warning to all Israel Defense Forces reserves officers outside the country, urging them to return to Israel at once for fear that they may be targeted by Hezbollah, the Kuwaiti newspaper Al Jarida reported Tuesday.
The Kuwaiti daily quoted Israeli sources as saying that the defense establishment was concerned that IDF officers abroad would be targeted by the Lebanese militia as an act of revenge for the assassination of Imad Mughniyeh, the guerilla group's operations commander, who was killed in a car bombing in Damascus in February.
This may be the "good reason" for calling the IDF reserves back home, but may well not be the "real reason" for it.
The time of the assassination of Mughniyeh was February of this year. If in fact Hezbullah were going to have struck Israel in retribution, why would it wait for so long?
It appears that something else (potentially something big) may about to happen here militarily, and Israel wants its military forces on home turf before it happens.