Nasrallah says US, France acknowledge south front to stay active till Gaza war ends


Hezbollah chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah on Monday stressed that “the main and real objective of Lebanon's front is to pressure Israel to halt the war in Gaza.”

“The Lebanese front is imposing equations and its connection to the Gaza front is categorical,” Nasrallah said in a televised speech commemorating Hezbollah’s slain military commander Mustafa Badreddine.

“The Lebanese front will continue to support Gaza, this is decisive and final, and the Americans and the French have acknowledged this fact,” Nasrallah declared.

As for the Syrian refugee file, Nasrallah said everyone in Lebanon “wants the return of the Syrian refugees, except for some NGOs.”

“Accordingly the obstacle is coming from the Europeans and Americans,” Nasrallah added.

Turning to Gaza, Nasrallah said that even if the Israeli army enters Rafah, “that will not spell the end of the resistance.”

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu “wants to enter Rafah in order to get rid of the defeat image,” Nasrallah pointed out, adding that “Israel has failed to achieve its objectives in Gaza.”

“The Israelis are ridiculing Netanyahu when he speaks about victory,” Hezbollah’s leader said, noting that “there is unanimity in Israel over Israel's failure.”

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Thumb 13 May 2024, 20:04

Israel lost the Gaza War from its very inception, unveiling to the world the stark reality of what Israel and its people represent—a disheartening revelation, to say the least. The ongoing genocide, the orchestrated famine targeting 1.2 million innocent children, and the harrowing toll of 36,000 lives lost and 70,000 individuals left mutilated and maimed, paint a distressing picture of the conflict's devastation.
However, it’s the moral duty of anyone who claims to have a soul to oppose this ongoing tragedy, whether through peaceful protest or, if available, through military means.