السيد حسن نصرالله

BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:20 P.M.)- Hezbollah’s Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah delivered a speech to a crowd in southern Beirut on Tuesday as many Lebanese Muslims observe the tenth day of Ashura.

Addressing the large crowd, Sayyed Nasrallah reaffirmed Hezbollah’s support for the Palestinian cause, while pledging his organization’s “full commitment to the legitimate rights of the Palestinian people as an honest refugee working for the return to their homeland.”

“We support Palestine, its people and its cause, and our eternal commitment to liberate it, knowing that this position costs us a lot.”

Nasrallah stressed that “the position of the Palestinian people is the pillar to bring down the Deal of the Century,” denouncing the desecration of Netanyahu of the Palestinian holy sites.

Pointing to Ashura, Nasrallah thanked the Lebanese army and security forces for their efforts to enable this event.

“This large crowd is a response to that historic call from the center of the Karbala desert and that bloody confrontation. Today, as over time, we feel that Hussein calls us to the Day of Resurrection, starting with the voice of all the tormented and oppressed in our country and all the countries of the world,” he said.

Touching on the Yemeni conflict, Nasrallah accused the U.S.-British alliance of continuing an “absurd war” on Yemen. He also called on the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to stop their war on Yemen because it will only bring them ‘humiliation.’

Commenting on U.S. sanctions, the Hezbollah leader said that “these sanctions are unjust sanctions against Iran and Syria, as well as on resistance movements in Palestine, Lebanon and Iraq.”

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He also condemned “the imposition of sanctions on Lebanese banks and on rich Shiite people who have nothing to do with Hezbollah,” calling on them to reconsider of this policy.

The Secretary-General also urged the Lebanese state and the government to defend the Lebanese and their institutions.

In response to the recent conflict with Israel, the Hezbollah leader said his organization will not back down and will respond to any attacks from the enemy.

“If the enemy attacks Lebanon, it is the legal and legitimate right of the Lebanese, as stated in the ministerial statement, to defend Lebanon, its sovereignty and dignity. So, away from the noise internally and the threat externally, I say and repeat, if Lebanon is attacked we will respond to this attack. No red lines in next war if hostility staged on Lebanon,” Nasrallah told the crowd.

Nasrallah said, “the Lebanese dropped the attempt by Israel to change the rules of engagement that have been in place since 2006,” praising the unified Lebanese position in rejecting the Israeli aggression on Lebanon through the drones over Beirut’s southern suburb.

He added: “Today we will set equations and strengthen the deterrent that protects our country. The legendary and invincible army has turned into a Hollywood army, afraid, cowardly and retreating beyond borders.”

 

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There is no hero Israel can offer to equal Nasrallah.

Marg bar jomhuri Eslami
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For sure : no Israeli lives in a bunker for 20 years ‘coz fear of getting “droned”.
No Israeli seem to have sold his country to Iran too, unlike Nasrallah did with Lebanon… Maybe you would call someone doing this a hero, the justice of my country has a name for such act : “high treason”. Before we abolished death penalty, it was sanctioned by the firing squad while the common mean of execution was the guillotine)
😁😁😁😁😁

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Indeed only an idiotic armchair fanboy such as yourself would stand in the open begging for airstrikes in the face of a conventionally superior enemy enjoying the full might of a US-built and supported air force whole not enjoying air-defenses or an air-force of his own, you dumb moron. Israel has made no secret of being h**l-bent on assassinating the Lebanese leader along with an entire innocent neighborhood if ever given the chance and already leveled parts of Southern Beirut to do just that in 2006 while their tanks and soldiers were getting torn up in parallel on the field,the… Read more »

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Marg bar jomhuri Eslami

+++ “Hassan Nasrallah delivered a speech to a crowd in southern Beirut” => He did it on a giant screen. Hassan is too afraid to leave his bunker and he knows why. +++ “as many Lebanese Muslims observe the tenth day of Ashura” => Meanwhile, it has been PROVEN that no god created the universe… Religions are all SCAMS led by crooks. Nasrallah is one of these crooks, moreover, he has blood on his hands. +++ “full commitment to the legitimate rights of the Palestinian people as an honest refugee working for the return to their homeland.” => I’m also… Read more »

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=> He did it on a giant screen. Hassan is too afraid to leave his bunker and he knows why. I beat you down on this one already. That’s called pragmatismand survival instinct. What use woulf he be dead to his cause ? shoud he get out and get bombe fanboys line yourself would yell how stupid he was to get out We all know who the real cowards are. => Meanwhile, it has been PROVEN that no god created the universe… Religions are all SCAMS led by crooks. Nasrallah is one of these crooks, moreover, he has blood on… Read more »