Hezbollah “will have no limits”. And leader Nasrallah renews his support for Hamas

The pro-Iranian Shiite movement Hezbollah “will have no limits” if Israel decides to start a war in Lebanon. This is what Hezbollah’s secretary general, Hassan Nasrallah, said in a televised speech. “Anyone who thinks about waging war with us will regret it, and a war with us would be very, very, very expensive,” he said. On the occasion of the fourth anniversary of the death of Iranian general Qassem Soleimani (killed on January 3, 2020 in a US bombing in Baghdad), and the day after the assassination of Saleh al Arouri (number two of the Palestinian Islamic movement Hamas), the leader of Hezbollah declared that the results obtained by the resistance axis in the Gaza Strip are “the fruit of two decades of hard work”. Also expressing his condolences to the families of the victims of the explosions that occurred near the cemetery in the city of Kerman, in southern Iran, Nasrallah said that “the blood” and “sacrifices” of these “martyrs” will have positive consequences for Palestine, Lebanon , Iraq, Syria, Yemen and the entire region. In his speech, Nasrallah stressed that General Soleimani was a “central figure” in the two decades of “hard work” in Gaza, because he “ensured communication, cohesion and direct coordination between the parts of the resistance axis, which converged to a clear strategic vision”.

During his televised speech, the Hezbollah leader praised the Al Aqsa Flood operation, launched on October 7, 2023 by Hamas against Israel. The operation “put an end to Israel’s deterrence strategy,” Nasrallah said, saying: “Israel has completely failed, morally. Israel, the killer of women and children, who holds the title of perpetrator of the greatest genocide in modern history.” . “Hamas has the highest level of support in its history among the Palestinian population, and this is a great achievement. Israel’s image in the world has also collapsed,” Nasrallah said, adding that what has happened in the last three months of The war in Gaza “was a serious blow to the normalization efforts (of some countries’ diplomatic relations with Israel) that were underway.” The secretary general of the Lebanese movement added: “When I said that the Flood Al Aqsa operation of October 7 was a Palestinian operation that we were not aware of, it was not to distance ourselves from this operation.” The resistance axis organizations “act independently of each other, each in their own country”, explained Nasrallah, adding: “We consult each other, but each one makes their decisions based on their own interests and those of their people”.

Source: IL Tempo