Exactly. That's why I don't think Psalm 83 is a war at all, probably no more than a prayer for revenge long ago. It looks like God will take care of the invaders on his own and thoroughly.@Amethyst, just saw your explanation. You definitely understood what I was saying and what I believe. Having nukes doesn't help when you can't use them. It appears to me that Israel doesn't have an effective way to deal with the immediate threats she faces from her neighbors. Patriot missiles are fantastic, but I'll bet Israel doesn't have a couple hundred thousand patriot missiles in storage... and Patriot missiles don't do anything to stop the missiles from being fired in to Israel in the first place. So far everything that Israel has done in response to the attack on Israel by gaza has failed to stop the ferocity of the attack. Israel has failed to stop or even diminish her enemies ability to wage war in the manner that the enemy has chosen. By my way of thinking, that has demonstrated a significant military weakness which I'm sure her enemies will plan to take advantage of in the future.
France was easily conquered during both World Wars because France was well prepared to fight the last war they'd been in but the next war found them unprepared because it was a different type of warfare. Israel is a mighty nation and should have had the resources to prepare for the immediate threats that they know surround them. They've done well with defensive missile batteries but aside from that they've completely missed the boat, in my opinion. They are quite vulnerable, I believe, and ripe for the picking. Her enemies likely see this as well, and those who would come against her in the Eze 38-39 prophecy are likely emboldened by Israel's displayed weaknesses.
Israel can't use her nukes on gaza anymore than they'd use them on an invasion force that is already on top of them. The road to Eze probably is looking pretty eazy for those who will join the Eze coalition against Israel.
The IDF won't even do much fighting in Gog Magog.