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Nasrallah says ‘no place’ in Israel would be safe in war, threatens Cyprus for 1st time

Nasrallah says ‘no place’ in Israel would be safe in war, threatens Cyprus for 1st time

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Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah threatens that if Israel opens a “total war” against the Iran-backed terror group in Lebanon, the Jewish state must prepare for attacks from the ground, the air and the sea, and the “situation in the Mediterranean will change completely.”

“No place” in Israel would be spared from the group’s weapons in case of a full-blown war, Nasrallah warns, saying Hezbollah will fight with “no rules” and “no ceilings” and adding: “The enemy knows well that we have prepared ourselves for the worst… and that no place… will be spared our rockets.”

Nasrallah also threatens Cyprus for the first time, saying Hezbollah could consider it “a part of the war” and hit targets there if it allows the IDF to use logistical infrastructure in the country in case of a war.

“Opening Cypriot airports and bases to the Israeli enemy to target Lebanon would mean that the Cypriot government is part of the war, and the resistance will deal with it as part of the war,” he says.

Speaking at a ceremony to commemorate slain Hezbollah senior commander Taleb Abdullah, killed last week in an Israeli airstrike in southern Lebanon, Nasrallah threatens: “The enemy wants to intimidate us, but they are the ones who should be afraid.”

“We will continue to support Gaza and we are ready for anything. We are not afraid. Our demand is clear: A complete and permanent ceasefire in Gaza,” Nasrallah continues, arguing that the ceasefire agreement recently presented by US President Joe Biden to Hamas does not stipulate that the halt in fighting should be permanent.

“However, every day, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu comes out and says that a ceasefire is impossible,” Nasrallah claims. He takes a swipe at Netanyahu’s far-right coalition partners Itamar Ben Gvir and Betzalel Smotrich, predicting that they will “drag the enemy [Israel] into the abyss.”

After his speech, he addresses the families of fallen Hezbollah operatives and Lebanese citizens displaced from the country’s south, saying that the terror group has been conducting the “largest battle since 1948.”


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