BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:00 A.M.) – The leader of Hezbollah Hassan Nasrallah warned that any act of aggression against Lebanon would provoke a retaliation, during a televised speech listened to by deputies in Beirut on Saturday.

“We will certainly respond to any attack on Lebanon; any air raid on Lebanon, any shelling of Lebanon and it will not be acceptable for the enemy to ransack Lebanon as they used to in the past decades,” he stated.

He also commented on the situation in Syria, saying: “if the Syrian leadership, the Syrian army, the Syrian people and Syria’s allies did not stand up in this great battle, if this country and the regime fell, we would see within a few weeks or months Netanyahu in Damascus.”

Nasrallah claimed that this was “because most of this [Syrian] opposition have an understanding with Israel.”

Full Speech:

Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah (Arabic): “We will keep the weapons and all the rockets the resistance has. No threats, intimidation, nor sanctions [will deter us]; they are betting greatly on sanctions, if we have to sell our houses in order to keep these rockets that the resistance has, we will do so. But neither threats nor intimidations will change or delay anything.”

Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah (Arabic): “We will certainly respond to any attack on Lebanon; any air raid on Leabnon, any shelling of Lebanon and it will not be acceptable for the enemy to ransack Lebanon as they used to in the past decades.”

Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah (Arabic): “If the Syrian leadership, the Syrian army, the Syrian people and Syria’s allies did not stand up in this great battle, if this country and the regime fell, we would see within a few weeks or months Netanyahu in Damascus, because most of this opposition [Syrian opposition] have an understanding with Israel.”

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Abu bakr
Abu bakr
2018-11-11 14:57

Yo hezboshaitan still waiting for you to fire on Israel or kill one American soldier you all talk and no work you Zionist mutt

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2018-11-11 15:58
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Angry jihadi, time for your meds.