Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah will address several hot issues during an open and comprehensive interview on Friday with Al-Manar’s evening program Hadith Sa’a (Talk of the Hour).

Sayyed Nasrallah will tackle several local, regional and world issues during the interview at 08:30 (Beirut timing). The regional issues will include the Yemeni crisis, the Israeli violations in Al-Aqsa, the Syrian issue and the latest developments in Kefraya and Fuaa, the Bahraini and Iraqi developments.

His eminence will also indicate Hezbollah’s stance concerning local Lebanese issues, among which are: the Israeli threats and Hezbollah’s readiness to curb it, the Takfiri terrorist threat, the all-party dialogue headed by Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri, al-Mustaqbal-Hezbollah talks, the continuing void in the presidential post, the ongoing Lebanese protests,…

During his speech on the ninth anniversary of the Divine Victory of July 2006, the Secretary General warned that every spot of the Lebanese land will be a fortified hole that will destroy the Israeli tanks, kill the Israeli soldiers and defeat the Israeli army.

“This is our commitment, readiness and effective daily work regardless of all developments in the region,” Sayyed Nasrallah said.

 

Al-Manar

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