Zionist Regime Knowns Hezbollah Much More Powerful than 2006

Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah said Israel is not able to launch a new war on Lebanon, because it knows that Hezbollah is much more powerful than 2006 and any such war would cost Tel Aviv dearly.

Zionist Regime Knowns Hezbollah Much More Powerful than 2006

Nasrallah made the remarks in a speech on the anniversary of Israel’s defeat in the 33-day military onslaught against Lebanon back in the summer of 2006.

During his speech, Nasrallah noted that the main reason behind the victory of Hezbollah fighters in the war with Israel was their patience, steadfastness, valor and faith.

Stressing the rise in Hezbollah’s power since the war in 2006, Nasrallah noted that the resistance group is ready to counter any further act of aggression, warning that in case of new Israeli aggression, Israel will face a 100 times tougher response than the one its forces saw during the 2006 war.

Nasrallah added that Israeli analysts were still analyzing the results of that war, because it destroyed their self-confidence and they have admitted to their defeat in the summer war in 2006.

Everything that Israelis say about the power of Hezbollah is because of their defeat in summer 2006 war, Nasrallah said, Press TV reported.

The Hezbollah chief stated that Israelis wanted to destroy Hezbollah, but after 11 years, they say Hezbollah has become stronger and more powerful and this shows that they have failed to achieve the goals they pursued through 2006 war.

Elsewhere in his speech, Nasrallah explained that Hezbollah only fights outside the Lebanese borders and will not use force in domestic developments of the country.

He added that in return for its victories, Hezbollah does not seek personal, party, or tribal interests, noting that today, the resistance movement is more powerful than ever and the enemy has reached the conclusion that any new aggression against Lebanon will be very costly.

Rejecting any chance of a new Israeli aggression against Lebanon, Nasrallah noted that the time of toying with Lebanon is over and Israelis themselves have owned up to the high cost of such a war and have said that war with Lebanon should not take place.

They wanted to crush the resistance in 2006 war, but they failed to achieve this goal, Nasrallah said.

The Hezbollah chief added that not only Israel, but all those parties which seek to crush Hezbollah at the present time will fail to achieve this goal.

Nasrallah said that due to its inability to wage new war on Lebanon, Israel wants to collectively punish the entire Lebanese nation, and it is putting high pressure on the administration of US President Donald Trump, but they will fail to achieve anything as in the past.

About 1,200 Lebanese, most of them civilians, lost their lives during Israel’s 33-day war on Lebanon back in the summer of 2006.

According to the 629-page Winograd Report by the Israeli regime itself, Hezbollah fighters involved in defending Lebanon against the Israeli war defeated the enemy and Tel Aviv was compelled to withdraw without having achieved any of its objectives.

UN Security Council Resolution 1701, which brokered a ceasefire in the 2006 war, calls on Israel to respect Lebanon’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.

Speaking in an exclusive interview with Lebanon-based Arabic-language al-Manar television network on Jul 14, head of Hezbollah’s Executive Council Sayyed Hashem Safieddine stated that the resistance movement will “surprise” Israel in any future war, relying on its enhanced military capabilities.

Safieddine stressed that Hezbollah has been changing and developing new military capabilities, and Israeli reports on Hezbollah’s weaponry are “inaccurate as the enemy intelligence agencies can never reach veracious data in this context.”

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3 Responses to "Zionist Regime Knowns Hezbollah Much More Powerful than 2006"

  1. Peter Johnson  August 15, 2017 at 1:25 pm

    Seyyed Hassan Nasrullah is one man in 100 million. If it weren’t for him there would be “settlements” on the hills of Lebanon

    God Bless and Keep Seyyed Hassan Nasrullah. May he live to a hundred.

  2. Donald Moore  August 15, 2017 at 7:38 am

    What I see now that Israel is starting to attack Gaza getting ready to to take them out before Syria takes back all there land. They don’t want a war on both sides at the same time. I think ISIS has about a year left and another year for Al-Qaeda. It will take years for the Syrian military to build back up since Russia doesn’t have the ability as the USSR did to send massive amounts of war equipment at one time. Israel won’t totally invade Lebanon except as a buffer zone but use there massive fire power to rain down on it destroying its infrastructure. The good thing is that the Syrian Military and Hezbollah have been getting realistic training and would be better prepared to fight the Zionists. When they do attack Hezbollah, Hezbollah needs to send massive amounts of their rockets at one time to over whelm the anti-missile system to be able to make them pay. Doing only a few at a time is a waste and the anti-missile system will prevent them from getting hurt badly.

    • Peter Johnson  August 15, 2017 at 1:27 pm

      Gaza is just a hostage chained to a radiator that the Devil’s Representative on Earth burns with a cigarette to discourage any resistancè in the West Bank.

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