Hezbollah leader Nasrallah says Assad regime 'will stay on'

Hezbollah leader threatens Israel's nuclear facility

Hezbollah leader Nasrallah says Assad regime 'will stay on'

"Drones infiltrate the skies of Lebanon every day and every hour". "Hezbollah is much more sophisticated - sophisticated in every aspect- capabilities, military strategies and in numbers", he said.

"Because the enemy [Israel] knows that a military war cannot achieve its goal and eliminate the resistance, and that the price of victory will be expensive, and on the other hand, it cannot keep silent about Hezbollah's buildup - so Israel is turning to other means", Ynet Nasrallah as saying.

"The Israelis are talking about the certain and unequivocal high costs of every war and that is why [their] victory is questionable", Nasrallah added. "Ever since 2006, Hezbollah has been growing stronger", he claimed.

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Trump expressed hope that the US would not have to use this "power", but remained confident in the strength of the country. The United States and North Korea have repeatedly exchanged hard-line rhetoric, as if to show no hesitation to go to war.

Elsewhere in his speech, Nasrallah explained that Hezbollah only fights outside the Lebanese borders and will not use force in domestic developments of the country. He did not spell out what had been asked of Lebanon or Hezbollah.

Nasrallah said Lebanon was being subjected to intimidation and threats over Hezbollah - which is part of the Beirut government but classified as a terrorist group by Washington - and alleged that Lebanese officials had been told that Israel could launch a war.

The Hezbollah chief added that not only Israel, but all those parties which seek to crush Hezbollah at the present time will fail to achieve this goal.

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The leader of the Lebanese terror group Hezbollah hinted on Sunday that Israel should relocate its Dimona nuclear reactor because it too is a target for his organization, and one whose destruction could have more dire consequences than an attack on the huge ammonia tank in Haifa that he previously threatened to destroy.

About 1,200 Lebanese, majority civilians, lost their lives during Israel's 33-day war on Lebanon back in the summer of 2006. "We have been complaining to the UN Security Council for 60 years and not gained anything from it".

Safieddine stressed that Hezbollah has been changing and developing new military capabilities, and Israeli reports on Hezbollah's weaponry are "inaccurate as the enemy intelligence agencies can never reach veracious data in this context".

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