Beirut, SANA – Secretary General of Lebanon’s Hezbollah, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, said that the Lebanese Resistance today is stronger of will, more determined and powerful, better equipped, and more numerous than before.

In a speech on occasion of the 9th anniversary of defeating Israel in 2006, Nasrallah said that the Resistance is capable of achieving victory and protecting Lebanon.

He said that the U.S. is using terrorism to divide and rearrange the region, and that it wants to employ ISIS in Syria like it employs it in Iraq.

Nasrallah said that the Syrian Arab Army has been fighting across Syria for five years to keep it unified and protect it from division, stressing the need to reject the concept of division that the U.S., Israel, and some regional forces are trying to force on the region.

He stressed that the U.S. isn’t serious about war on terrorism and ISIS; rather it wants to exploit ISIS to topple governments, including the Syrian leadership, with the U.S. has acknowledged that its program for training what they call “moderate Syrian opposition” in Turkey to fight ISIS has failed.

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