BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:30 P.M.) – Hezbollah’s Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah delivered a new televised speech, today, in honor of the Al-Quds Day event.

During his televised speech, Sayyed Nasrallah touched on many topics, including Hezbollah’s future role in Syria.

“Even if the whole world meets and offers to leave, we will not leave Syria,” Sayyed Nasrallah stated, adding “we will only leave at the request of the Syrian command.”

The Hezbollah leader said that his group’s presence in Syria is interconnected with regional security.

“Hezbollah does not have a personal project in Syria,” the Hezbollah chief continued. “Our presence in Syria is interconnected with regional events,” Sayyed Nasrallah stressed.

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BAD NEWS FOR SATANYAHU AND THE U.S.A REGIME

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It’s exactly the contrary. He’s giving the bullets to have Bibi shooting at him! I more and more ask myself if he actually snorts what his organisation is smuggling from Colombia to the Mid-East : serious symptoms of cocaine-decisions… In 2006, he ended saying that had he knew how violent IDF reaction would have beed, he’d never had started the 2006 war… He may end with a very bad surprise : KHA destructive power as been multiplied by around 15 in the last 12 years, a single F-16 squadron can now blast more than 4000 targets in a single flight… Read more »

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God bless and continue to wonderfully use this very bold and loyal man! Syria owes Hezbollah a big debt for all it has done to assist it.

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Aaaah, Hassan Nasrallah… Imagine that Colombia had been Lebanon, Pablo Escobar would have had a political party, a militia near as big as the national army and have lambasted USA while making his money from cocaine sales in this country…
Nasrallah’s personal wealth is about $300 millions… I don’t think he made this money as a preacher.
Thus, he’s not speaking about his association with Colombian or Mexican cartels or about the enormous cannabis fields in the Beqaa valley 😉
But I doubt that AMN will dare speaking about the activities of the Lebanese Pablo Escobar 😉