This future terrorist organization -- be it a familiar one or not -- could immediately spark an engagement on multiple fronts," Gantz said. "Following the Israeli response, Hezbollah could begin firing salvos of rockets at communities in the Galilee, while simultaneously sending forces to attempt to infiltrate towns in the Golan Heights.
The accuracy of Hezbollah's missiles will be much higher [than in the 2006 Second Lebanon War], and now if Hezbollah wants to hit a specific target anywhere in Israel, it will know how to do it. Rocket attacks on Eilat could be carried out by terror groups working with Hezbollah. At the same time, hundreds of Hamas activists could rush the Erez crossing or toward the IDF's northern Gaza brigade ... Sounds like fiction? I am not so sure."
Gantz provided an even grimmer example: "A tunnel rigged with explosives that detonates under a kindergarten, or an assault on a community near the fence. The attack could be combined with any of these, and there are many more possibilities that come to mind."