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Published On: Wed, Aug 13th, 2014

Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah says Hezbollah ready for battle with Israel

Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah has said his party’s involvement in Syria will not affect their readiness to confront Israel in a new conflict.

“We will defend our country and borders with Syria just like we defended our southern border [with Israel],” Nasrallah told Lebanese newspaper Al-Akhbar in a wide-ranging interview to be published on Thursday and Friday.

Nasrallah explained that there were “no red lines” in his party’s “security war” with Israel, adding that the Jewish State knew who took over the tasks of slain military commander Imad Mughniyeh within Hezbollah.

The  Hezbollah’s military operations head,Mughniyeh, was assassinated in Damascus in February 2008.

Nasrallah said it was the right of the resistance in Gaza “to achieve a real victory,” but added that the recent call for Hezbollah to join the fight against Israel issued through the media by the deputy head of Hamas’ politburo, Moussa Abu Marzouk, “was not serious.”

Nasrallah will reveal various aspects of his personal life: cheering for Argentina in the World Cup, reading extensively about the so-called Takfiri Movements and was familiar with Facebook and other new media outlets with the help of aides as he is “forbidden to come near any technology.”

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photo Ron Almo

photo Ron Almo

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