Lebanon’s Shiite militia Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah reaffirms loyalty to Iran, Ali Khamenei

Lebanon's Shiite militia Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah

Lebanon’s Shiite militia Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah

Beirut … News Time

Lebanese Shiite militia Hezbollah reaffirms its allegiance to Iran and its supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and it is said that if Iran participates in a war, they will not be in a jungle. Hassan Nasrallah said in a broadcast speech on Tuesday that if the Israeli attacks were a matter of defending Lebanon, then there would certainly be no red line. The Lebanese and Lebanese people reserve the right to defend themselves against any aggression in Israel. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu unveiled new Iran nuclear installation just days before his allegiance. And urged the international community to support US economic sanctions against Iran. He also warned the Iranian leadership of Israel’s surveillance capabilities and said that Israel is aware of everything Iran does and does.

Hassan Nasrallah also said that senior US officials visiting Beirut are pro-Israel. He was referring to Assistant Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs David Schenker, who has come to mediate on the maritime border dispute between Lebanon and Israel. Hassan Nasrallah urges Lebanese authorities Talk to David Schenker with utmost determination. Lebanese President Michel Aoun called on him today. This is his first visit to Lebanon since taking office in the State Department earlier this year. The Lebanese president’s office said in a statement that the United States will resume reconciliation for border borders in Lebanon and will help Lebanon to return homeless people. US, Lebanon and Israel are playing a reconciliatory role for border demarcation. Both countries have been at war since Israel’s establishment in 1948.


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