Tag Archive for Hassan Nasrallah

Hezbollah chief Nasrallah threatens to target Israel’s ‘nuclear reactors’ in next war

 

Shiite terror organization’s leader warns the Jewish State in an interview with Al Mayadeen, that his group’s missiles could reach any point in Israel, including its ‘biological research institutes, petrochemical plants, and nuclear reactors.’

By Roi Kais

 

Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah on Monday threatened to target Israeli “nuclear reactors” if the IDF wages war against Lebanon.

Nasrallah talking to Al Mayadeen – Photo: AFP

In an interview with Lebanese channel Al Mayadeen, Nasrallah said that Hezbollah’s missiles can reach every part of Israel, including “petrochemical plants, biological research institutes and nuclear reactors,” which are all on the terror organization’s list of targets.  Continue Reading »

Hezbollah chief says Mossad killed fugitive hiding inside Bulgaria’s Palestinian Embassy

 

Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah says the Mossad, with Saudi Arabia’s collaboration, successfully assassinated PFLP fugitive inside the Palestinian Embassy in Bulgaria, and “the Arab regimes don’t raise a finger.”

By Daniel Siryoti & Israel Hayom Staff

 

Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah on Sunday accused Israel and its foreign intelligence agency, Mossad, of killing fugitive terrorist Omar Nayef Zayed in the Palestinian Embassy in Bulgaria in late February.

Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah addresses a crowd via video on Sunday – Photo: AFP

“The Mossad assassinated him and the Arab regimes don’t raise a finger,” Nasrallah said in a speech broadcast via video link by Al-Manar, the Hezbollah-affiliated satellite television station. Continue Reading »

After Cancer Treatment In Iran, Hezbollah’s Nasrallah Furious Sunni States’ Warming Ties With Israel

 

By ZACK PYZER

 

Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah spoke out on Tuesday against Israel’s warming ties to Sunni Arab states in the region, and boasted that Hezbollah and Lebanon have nothing to fear from a future conflict with Israel.

Just another time Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah speaking on live television from his hidden underground bunker. – Photo: screenshot

Speaking in a televised address, Nasrallah said “The Israelis believe that they are before two opportunities. The first is establishing relations and alliances with the Sunni Arab states through taking advantage of the confrontation with Iran, and the other is changing the regime in Syria.”
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Nasrallah tells televised crowd, Iran is world’s only hope to liberate Jerusalem

From his secret underground hideout, Hezbollah leader delivers annual speech via large screen to Beirut neighbourhood.
Meanwhile, in Iran, anti-Israel/anti-American rallies spread across the country as yet another deadline is set for negotiations on its nuclear program.

By Roi Kais & The Associated Press

 

Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah gave his annual speech Friday to mark “Al-Quds Day,” calling Iran “The only hope left for liberating Palestine and Jerusalem.

Nasrallah on the big screen.

Nasrallah’s speech was televised and filmed in a hidden bunker and screened in a event in the Dahiya quarter of Beirut. He also said that Iran would be “perverting her own religion” if Tehran agreed to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s demands that Israel be recognized as a Jewish State. Continue Reading »

Cyprus uncovers covert Iranian terror plot across Europe from arrested Hezbollah agent

Israeli security sources believe the home in Cyprus that held 2 tons of ammonium nitrate to make explosives, was meant for an Iranian-orchestrated, Europe-wide terror campaign against Israel.

 

Israeli security sources are closely monitoring the arrest and investigation of a Lebanese citizen in Larnaca, Cyprus, who is suspected of being a Hezbollah operative caught in possession of a massive quantity of explosive material.

Cyprus

A policeman stands guard at a house where police discovered almost two tons of ammonium nitrate, in Larnaca, Cyprus, May 29. – Photo: REUTERS

Cypriot police suspect a man arrested on Wednesday was planning an attack on Israeli interests on the island after they found almost two tons of ammonium nitrate in his basement, newspapers on the island reported on Friday. Continue Reading »

Following Airstrikes on Yemen Rebels, Nasrallah Reminds Saudi Arabia That Israel is the Enemy

Hezbollah chief condemns airstrike on Shiite rebels, saying Saudis abandoned Palestinian cause with aims to control Yemen.

By Roi Kais

 

The leader of Lebanon’s Shiite Hezbollah group unleashed a tirade against Saudi Arabia on Friday over its intervention in Yemen, saying the Sunni kingdom has abandoned the Palestinians and does not care to oppose Israel.

Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah – Photo: EPA

Hassan Nasrallah rejected Riyadh’s claim that it had assembled a coalition to conduct airstrikes against Shiite Houthi rebels in order to save Yemen, an operation named “Decisive Storm.”

“All that has happened in our region for years did not require Saudi intervention, so why does the current situation in Yemen require such intervention?” Continue Reading »

Nasrallah Reports: ‘Hezbollah has weapons that the enemy (Israel) aren’t expecting.’

 

Hezbollah’s leader says that his Shi’ite group has arms Israel can’t even imagine.

By YASSER OKBI/ MAARIV HASHAVUA

 

Hezbollah has more types of weapons than Israel can imagine, Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah told the Arab-language Al-Mayadeen television network during an interview on Wednesday.

Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah – Photo: REUTERS

“Hezbollah has weapons that the enemy can expect and we have ones that they aren’t expecting. Our resistance has not been damaged, and Israel is mistaken if it thinks it has,” Nasrallah said.

According to the Hezbollah leader, Israel is interested in a conflict that would be a landslide victory for it, however he claims that such a win is completely unrealistic. Continue Reading »

Hezbollah reports Nasrallah’s personal security chief was Mossad operative

Hezbollah admits the double agent working for Israel caused “immeasurable” damage to the Shiite terror organization, forcing a significant overhaul, with many high-ranking operatives removed from their posts or reassigned to less sensitive units.

By Israel Hayom Staff

 

Following reports Tuesday that Hezbollah recently exposed a double agent who was working for Israel, the Kuwaiti newspaper Al Rai reported that the double agent was a high-ranking Hezbollah operative who had been in charge of Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah’s personal security and who was later promoted to the group’s elite and clandestine “910” external security organization.
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If Hezbollah attacks Israel, IDF will raze Lebanon to the ground

 

In response to Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah’s threat to strike Israel’s main airport & harbors with missiles in a future war, Israel’s Transportation Minister Yisrael Katz warned that should that happen, “we will return it [Lebanon] to the Stone Age.”

By Daniel Siryoti

 

It did not take long for Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah to respond to a recent comment by a senior defense official saying that Israeli airports would be shut down from the first day of any future war between Israel and Hezbollah.

Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah – Photo: AP

In a speech given from an undisclosed location in Beirut on Tuesday, Nasrallah said, “The Israeli officer was right.

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Nasrallah takes credit: ‘We Bombed Israel in Revenge’

Nearly a month later, the Secretary General of the Lebanese terrorist group takes credit for the explosion on Israel’s border, as ‘revenge’ for believed IAF airstrike on Syrian missile transfer to Hezbollah.

By Ari Yashar

 

Hassan Nasrallah, leader of the Lebanese-based terrorist group Hezbollah, took responsibility on Monday for the explosive detonated on the Lebanese-Israeli border in mid-March.

Hezbollah Chief Hassan Nasrallah – AFP photo

The explosive was set off as an IDF jeep passed by, sending three soldiers to the hospital to be examined for shock from the blast.

In acknowledging Hezbollah was behind the attack, Nasrallah claimed the blast was revenge for an airstrike attributed to the IAF, which took place a week before the attack and prevented delivery of sophisticated missiles to the terror group. Continue Reading »

Nasrallah: Hezbollah stronger now than before 2nd Lebanon War

 

Shi’ite group head says he’s not seeking war with Israel, but warns that if Israel attacks Lebanon, it risks a powerful response from Hezbollah.

By and Reuters

 

Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah warned in a speech Saturday that the Shi’ite group is stronger, more skilled and better-equipped than it was before the Second Lebanon War, but stressed that he does not intend to initiate an attack on Israel or be dragged into a war.

A Syrian refugee girl holds pictures of Syria's President Assad and Hezbollah leader Nasrallah

A Syrian refugee girl holds pictures of Syria’s President Bashar Assad and Lebanon’s Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah, southern Lebanon, March 18, 2014. – Photo: Reuters

However, Nasrallah, whose speech was broadcast to supporters via a television link from a secret location in South Lebanon, warned of a harsh response if Israel tried to attack Hezbollah or Lebanon. Continue Reading »

Nasrallah’s Deepening Dilemma

 

The Arab & Muslim world, which once hailed Nasrallah as a hero, are now referring to Hezbollah as the “devil’s party”, insomuch as Sunni clerics have even advocated eradicating the Shiites in Lebanon.

By Prof. Eyal Zisser

 

As the Syrian civil war marks its third anniversary, Hezbollah finds itself at one of its lowest points ever. The strategic distress that now plagues Hezbollah was best described by Israel Defense Forces Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Benny Gantz, who a few months ago said that the flames of the Syrian revolution were licking at the hem of Hezbollah Secretary-General Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah’s robe.

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Hezbollah cancels annual rally after security concerns for its chief

 

Following a number of suicide bombings targeted Hezbollah’s stronghold, Shiite group cancels annual public rally, choosing instead for closed-circuit televised speech by Nasrallah from his hidden underground bunker.

By News agencies

The radical Shiite terror group Hezbollah says its leader will give a televised speech later this week to speak, but will not hold its annual public rally.

Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah.

Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah gives an interview to local television station OTV at an undisclosed location in Lebanon, Dec. 3 2013. – Photo: AFP

The terrorist group’s leader Hassan Nasrallah used to give a speech every year in mid-February marking the death of three of the group’s leaders including Hezbollah’s top military commander Imad Mughniyeh who was killed in 2008 by a bomb that ripped through his car in Damascus, Syria. Continue Reading »

Hassan Nasrallah vows that Hezbollah will avenge Israel for arms-commander’s murder

 

Hezbollah’s chief said he is confident Israel was responsible for assassination of Shiite organization’s arms chief near Beirut.

 

 

The leader of the Lebanese Shiite Hezbollah group says it is confident based on evidence it has that Israel was behind this month’s assassination in Beirut of a senior Hezbollah commander.

Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah.

Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah gives an interview to local television station OTV at an undisclosed location in Lebanon, Dec. 3 2013. – Photo: AFP

Sheik Hassan Nasrallah vowed in a speech Friday to exact revenge.

Hassan al-Laqis was gunned down in the garage of his nearby apartment building on Dec. Continue Reading »

Hezbollah: Israel assassinated terror group’s arms chief outside his home

The hit on terrorist Hassan al-Laqis marks biggest blow to Shiite terror group Hezbollah, since the assassination of Imad Mughniyeh.

Official Hezbollah statement: ‘Israel automatically held responsible for the crime.’

 

 

The Lebanese militant group Hezbollah said Wednesday that one of its commanders has been “assassinated” outside of his home in southern Beirut. It blamed Israel for his killing, something an official there quickly denied.

Scene of assassination of Hezbollah arms chief - AP

A Hezbollah flag hangs on yellow police tape sealing off the scene where Hassan al-Laqis, a senior commander for Hezbollah, was gunned down outside his home, near Beirut, Lebanon, Dec.

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