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Hezbollah Leader Nasrallah from the bunker In Lebanon: “Jews, you must leave Israel”

Hezbollah leader Nasrallah in Beirut on the holy Ashura day, saying: “Netanyahu is looking for war and leading you to destruction and devastation”



Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah spoke Sunday morning from his hiding place to mark the Asura, a Shi’ites holy day.

Hezbollah’s Al-Manar television reported on Sunday that Nasrallah would leave his hiding place and participate in the main event in Beirut, as he has been doing in recent years during the Ashura, but in the end, he remains in a bunker but appeared on a giant screen.

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“I want to convey a clear message to all Israelis and Jews around the world – we in the resistance have said from the beginning that our campaign is against the Zionists occupying the Palestinian lands and not against the Jews,” Nasrallah said.

“Jews from all over the world need to know that they serve as fuel for the regional war and the American plan that targets the peoples of the region. The Israeli government led by Netanyahu leads you to destruction and devastation because he is looking for war,” Nasrallah said.

Nasrallah warned: “If Netanyahu begins the war, there will be no safe place in occupied Palestine.” “Israel does not hesitate to send threats to Lebanon before and after the exercise by the Northern Command,” he said, continuing its aggression in Syria under the banner of preventing new military capabilities for the resistance and continuing its violations in Lebanon.

“Netanyahu is pushing the region to fight against Lebanon and Syria, but he and his government and the military command have no proper assessment as to where this war will lead, if they ignite it. They do not know how it will end, they do not have a correct picture of what is waiting for them.”

Asura day- Shiites gather in Dahiya in Beirut last night Lebanon (2)

Nasrallah called on all non-Zionist Jews to sever their considerations from the concerns of the Zionists, who lead themselves to a certain destruction.

In the main procession held in Dahiyeh, the southern suburb of Beirut, which serves as the stronghold of the Shiite terror organization, masses of Shi’ites gather to observe the customs of Ashura. Heavy security measures were reported on the site. The Ashura is the day when the Shi’ites commemorate the massacre of Hussein, the son of Imam Ali, in Karbala in 680 CE and identify with his suffering.

On the occasion of the tenth anniversary, Nasrallah also delivered a speech in which he accused Israel of planting “booby-trapped cameras” in south Lebanon. He stressed the seriousness of the act and threatened that if these violations were not dealt with on the political level, his people would have to look for other ways to deal with them: “We will not be silent about this.”

Nasrallah also referred to the referendum in Kurdistan and accused Israel here too: “When we put an end to Da’ash’s plot, which Israel created and supported by regional forces, the region is preparing for a new partition plan … After the failure of the Da’ash plan, they returned to the plan to divide the region.”


Asura day- Shiites gather in Dahiya in Beirut last night Lebanon (2)


Nasrallah added that the referendum in the Kurdish region threatens the whole region and that the only one in the world that supports it is Israel. He also compared Israel’s support of the Kurdistan-Iraq region to its support of the rebels in Syria.

Nasrallah appealed to the people of the region and said that “it is the responsibility of everyone to oppose partition because the division of the region will reach everyone.” Hizbullah Secretary-General warned that the division would worsen the internal wars in the region, that “only Allah knows how long they will continue”

In an interview with Ynet last week, Chief of Staff Gadi Eizenkot referred to Nasrallah and said, “He knows why he has been living in the bunker for 11 years. He does not dare turn around, and he was an admired man in Lebanon. He knows why he lives in the dark. ”

According to the chief of staff, “Hizbullah is a semi-military organization, with many elements and motifs of the army. In the past few years, he has experienced fighting in which I do not make it easy: He operated battalion and regimental frameworks, received offensive assistance, and used gathering efforts. At the same time, he paid a heavy price – 2,000 of his men were killed and about 7,000 wounded. Hezbollah is the enemy that bothers us more than any other enemy around us, but the strategic balance in favor of the IDF is huge, I have no doubt that the IDF can defeat Hezbollah and reduce the price to be paid by the Israeli home front. “



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