(Worthy News) – Lebanon’s Hezbollah chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah said on Tuesday any aggression against Jerusalem or its holy sites would mean regional war.
Nasrallah’s comments, in a televised speech, were his first since a ceasefire ended the fiercest fighting in years between Israel and Gaza-based Islamist militant group Hamas.
The Israel-Hamas hostilities were set off on May 10 in part by Israeli police raids on the Al-Aqsa mosque compound in Jerusalem’s Old City and clashes with Palestinians during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. [ Source: Algemeiner (Read More…) ]
Hezbollah head coughs and chokes through victory speech
The leader of Lebanon’s terror group Hezbollah, delivered a speech Tuesday on the anniversary of the IDF’s withdrawal from south Lebanon 21 years ago, during which he looked ill and weak, coughing throughout the 90 minute event.
In a tweet posted during the speech, Hassan Nasrallah’s son Jawad claimed his father was only suffering from allergies.
Nasrallah focused primarily on the situation in Jerusalem and warned that “the equation must be a regional war for al-Quds [Jerusalem].”
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