Hezbollah boss: Israel will do nothing in Lebanon
Secretary-General of the Lebanese Hezbollah, Hassan Nasrallah, said he had gotten a message through political channels demonstrating Israeli affirmations that Tel Aviv would rather not assault Lebanon.
Addressing a social event of the gathering’s allies in Beirut’s southern rural areas yesterday, Nasrallah said: “We have little to no faith in the foe, nor his messages, nor the assertions of its state leader. Accordingly, our sharpness and our status will stay for the rest of the Israeli moves.”
He called attention to that this obvious or understood message is the consequence of the strength and presence of the opposition, bringing up that the “Israeli occupation” knows that the “words said on Quds Day are upheld by men, capacities and a climate brooding solid and genuine obstruction.”
Nasrallah insisted that no animosity or offense against Lebanon will be permitted, no matter what the explanation.