Hezbollah terrorist group warns another war would spell the end of Israel
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Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah threatened Wednesday that another war between Lebanon and Israel would spell “the end” of the Jewish state. The threat was made in an interview with the Al-Nour radio station, given on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of Israel’s withdrawal from Lebanon.
The head of the Iranian-backed Shiite terrorist group stressed that there are “no indications that Israel intends to launch a war against Lebanon,” and warned that should that change, Hezbollah “will be ready.” He boasted that his organization now has capabilities that it didn’t possess when Israel and Hezbollah faced off against each other in the 34-day 2006 Second Lebanon War.
Israeli Military Intelligence believes Hezbollah has upward of 150,000 missiles of different ranges, threatening the entire country. The IDF often foils Iranian weapon deliveries to Hezbollah, and Israel has repeatedly stated it will not allow the Islamic republic to introduced “game-changing” weapons into the region.
Widening out the scope of his comments, the terrorist leader also provided his perspective on Israel’s airstrikes against Iranian and Hezbollah targets in Syria.
While the IDF has previously claimed to have carried out more than 200 airstrikes on convoys of materiel and other strategic targets, it most often refuses to comment on speculation. Of these strikes, Nasrallah said that although Syria does not want to be drawn into a war with Israel, there are limits to its patience.
Source: Israel Hayom