Nasrallah Hopes World Will Draw Lessons from Gaza Experienceإقرأ هذا الخبر بالعربية
Hizbullah Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah said on Wednesday that the Palestinian resistance's experience in the most recent conflict with Israel should be studied and evaluated for its “greatness”.
"The U.S., the West, Arabs and Muslims, Lebanese, Palestinians and Gaza should all learn lessons from this experience,” said Nasrallah in a speech he gave on the seventh day of Ashoura, adding that the fighters' performance has reinforced the strength and the power that will lead to “this nation's victory”.
"We hope the Palestinian resistance was able to impose its conditions on the world from the position of strength it has acquired in this war,” he said.
The war that had erupted last Wednesday has just been announced over after both the Palestinians and Israelis agreed on a ceasefire, following mediation efforts by Egypt and the United States .
The 8-day war left more than 160 Palestinians dead and hundreds wounded. Meanwhile, Hamas rockets were able to target Tel Aviv and Jerusalem for the first time since the beginning of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.