The recent battle between Israel and Islamist forces in the Gaza Strip revealed not only the Palestinian terrorists’ new arsenal, but also shed light on the potentially greater military capabilities of Lebanon’s Hizballah, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday, December 4. Security officials and experts said Hizballah’s rocket arsenal is of higher quality and quantity, with the ability to launch four times as many rockets per day as Hamas. Analysts also said Hizballah, which fought a war with Israel in 2006, obtained Scud missiles and Fajr-5 rockets with longer range, better aim and more-explosive capacity. Iran’s role in helping fund and arm terrorist groups fighting Israel also became more crystallized during the recent conflict. Iranian and Palestinian military officials last week publicly acknowledged for the first time that Tehran provided Hamas and Islamic Jihad with Fajr-5 rockets, which have a range of about 50 miles.