Since 2006, the “Zionist entity” has been deterred, Hezbollah’s leader claims, adding that Tel Aviv has been trying to build up its military capabilities “in view of its defeat in 2006.”
Hezbollah’s Secretary General Hassan Nasrallah said that the terror group he leads “is more powerful than the Israeli army” and that both the US and the Zionist entity are “too weak to stage wars like those launched before.”
Speaking from his bunker via video link during a ceremony held at the Ashura Square in Beirut on Tuesday, marking the 12th anniversary of the Second Lebanon War in 2006, Nasrallah claimed that Hezbollah is “stronger than at any time since it was launched.”
Nasrallah congratulated the crowd celebrating what he termed as the “historic victory” in 2006.
“We insist on marking the occasion on August 14 in order to consolidate this victory in our culture and memory and to give hope in face of desperation which prevails (among our nation),” he stated.
The “Zionist entity” has been deterred, Nasrallah continued, saying that Tel Aviv has been trying to build up its military capabilities “in view of its defeat in 2006.”
“Since 2006, the Israelis have been eyeing the resistance and they put defensive plans aimed at confronting a possible attack by Hezbollah to liberate the Galilee,” he asserted.