Secretary General of the Lebanese national resistance movement Hezbollah said Monday that the Zionist enemy would rather remain intimidated and fazed.Another article at IRIB today: "US soldiers murder family, children."
Sayed Hassan Nasrallah was speaking to people in a ceremony south of the capital Beirut in commemoration of the third Shiite Imam Hussein (A.S.).
Nasrallah pointed to state of red alert the Zionist regime has declared along the Lebanon-Occupied Palestine borders in fear of possible Hezbollah operation, adding that Hezbollah will never grant assurances to the regime.
Nasrallah warned the enemy to always recall that in lebanon there is a resistance body which never forgets the slaves languishing in the regime's jails as well as the lands it has occupied.
The Lebanese prominent figure vowed that the movement will never keep silence towards the aggression.
The Secretary General assured that time will come sooner or later in which we fulfill our promiss to Samir Qantar (the longest-serving Lebanese prisoner) and his other jailed brethern to make them free.
He said that Hezbollah will continue to keep the initiative.
Nasrallah also pointed to a flurry of international efforts in recent days to assure the Zionist regime about the situation in the southern Lebanon in the run-up to the regime's elections.
"We may find no guarantee rather than under the auspices of resistance and its weapon," Nasrallah said, adding that US and UK gurantees proved phoney in the Arriha prison attack.
Pointing to fresh rounds of 'national talks' set to be resumed Wednesday, Nasrallah said that the only natural ground to discuss about weapon of resistance is to approach to the issue as a strategic national defence.
"We must find answer to the question of how to support Lebanon in face of enemy," Nasrallah said.
Tuesday, March 21, 2006
Not clearly written but interesting: