The leader of the Hezbollah, Hassan Nasrallah, warned the Israeli government about the start of a conflict in Lebanon and said that this would involve “a great war that will open many fronts” and cause “the disappearance of Israel “.

“There is no ‘visible sign‘ of an intention by Israel to launch a war against Lebanon,” Nasrallah said, adding that “any large-scale confrontation launched by the occupation(Israeli) forces will involve many fronts on the axis of resistance.”

“This great war will mean the disappearance of Israel. Preparing the axis of resistance in the face of this war is a form of deterrence, ” he said in a speech given on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the withdrawal of the Israeli Army from southern Lebanon.

Nasrallah said that “Israel is aware that any attack against Lebanon will not go unanswered ” and criticized the Israeli Army’s bombing in Syria against the Arab country’s military targets, as well as against Hezbollah and rebellions supported by Iran.

The Israeli army carried out these operations arguing that it acts to prevent the establishment of Iranian bases in the country and the shipment of arms to Hezbollah by the Iranian forces, which also supports the Syrian Government.

In this sense, Nasrallah also warned that “the level of patience and tolerance of the Syrian leaders has a limit” and added that “the enemy could commit a stupid act that leads the Syrian leadership to lose patience and lead to war ”

The Hezbollah leader further stated that “events in the region are not in Israel’s benefit” and pointed to “a high level of balance between the two parties,” according to the Lebanese television channel Al Manar, linked to Hezbollah.

“The strength of resistance today in occupied Palestine is a strategic power on the axis of resistance,” he said while maintaining that “Israel will disappear with the change in the conditions on which it was founded, without the need to resort war.” “This is not a dream, it is one of the realistic scenarios.”

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Muzaffar Ahmad Noori Bajwa
Editor in chief of The Eastern Herald. Studied Information Technology and Management. An OSINT Partisan & Political Analyst, Human Rights activist, and Social Activist.