Despite their assertion that Israel's planned ground invasion of the Gaza Strip was taken with an American green light, political and military analysts say that this attack will inflict heavy losses on Israel humanly and morally, and will not enable it to eliminate the resistance in Gaza.

As part of a daily analysis of Al-Jazeera on the course of the war in Gaza, military and strategic expert Major General Fayez al-Duwairi said that the current data suggest that the decision to invade the ground has been taken and that the Americans have given the green light to it, but the Israelis face obstacles related to field factors, including what Al-Duwairi called sleeper cells deep inside the Gaza Strip, and the difficulty of eliminating the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas), considering that Gaza is a city upon a city, and the resistance will fight the occupation.

For his part, Professor of Political Science at Kuwait University, Dr. Abdullah Al-Shayji, spoke about the difficulty of the ground operation for the occupation, because the fighting will take place between regular forces and irregular forces, and no army in the world has succeeded in defeating irregular forces, as evidenced by the fact that the US forces did not defeat the Afghan Taliban.

He predicted that the occupation army, which said it was committing war crimes in the Gaza Strip, would lose thousands of soldiers, in addition to moral losses, if it fought the ground attack on Gaza.

Sultan al-Ajlouni, a researcher in Israeli affairs, predicted that the Israeli invasion would be "tactical" in certain areas, not a complete invasion because the occupation realizes that Hamas is not an army, but an idea and ideology, and that its elimination requires a complete invasion and a stay for many years in the Gaza Strip.

Ajlouni expected that the Israeli ground invasion would be limited, and that it would be followed by international pressure to stop this invasion under the pretext of humanitarian reasons, and Israel would find a way out of it and say that it stopped the war for humanitarian reasons, as the spokesman believes.

The position of Iran and its proxies

Regarding the intervention of Iran and its proxies in the war, especially the Lebanese Hezbollah, the spokesman expected that the interventions of these proxies will remain limited and not effective.

The professor of political science at Kuwait University ruled out Iran intervening in any direct confrontation, whether with Israel or with the Americans.

He said its proxies were doing the same, suggesting it would ask Hezbollah to intervene if a ground offensive on the Gaza Strip began.

On the position of the Arab countries on the Gaza war, especially Egypt and Jordan, the military expert said that there is a difference in the position of the two countries, as Jordan absolutely rejects the term displacement, while Egypt does not reject displacement in principle, in reference to the statements of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, in which he said, "If there is an idea of displacement, why not transfer the Palestinians to the Negev?"

Regarding US support, the military expert said that the United States would not be directly involved in the ground offensive on Gaza.

Meanwhile, the professor of political science at Kuwait University expressed his conviction that US President Joe Biden is in trouble, as is the case with the Israeli prime minister, and "both do not want ground war, but Netanyahu has their own calculations."

Meanwhile, Ajlouni saw that the unlimited American support for Israel permeates the conscience of Israelis, who are convinced that they cannot survive alone, especially since the Zionist dream - as the spokesman says - is over.

Ajlouni predicted a wave of military immigration from Israel abroad, adding that Israel is no longer the safe place for Jews but rather the most dangerous place for them.