Hezbollah Affirms Commitment to Anti-Zionist Resistance

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Nasralá said that aid has not entered Gaza for weeks and is at risk of spreading famine, epidemics and disease. Can this reality continue in Gaza?»

Hezbollah confirmed on Tuesday that the resistance in Lebanon, Yemen and Iraq will not retreat and will not «abandon our responsibility» in the face of the Zionist escalation in the Gaza Strip.

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Sayyed Nasralá, leader of Hezbollah who said that «The fronts of support in Lebanon, Yemen and Iraq, and political support like Syria and Iran, are an image that brings joy contrasted with a sad image of the positions of the Arab and Islamic world towards Gaza.»

Nasralá said that aid has not entered Gaza for weeks and is at risk of spreading famine, epidemics and disease. Can this reality continue in Gaza?»

Nasralá said: We are doing our duty… When we are threatened with war, we are not afraid and we do not abandon our responsibility».

Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah says they will stop attacks immediately if Hamas and Israel reach a ceasefire agreement pic.twitter.com/ljOkLsPPGv

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He pointed out that «the resistance in Lebanon continues what began on October 8», referring to the attacks on Israel in support of the Palestinians in Gaza, «until we reach the objective to which we aspire on all fronts of support. We cannot retreat in our position and our struggle in this battle».

«Hezbollah officials always show courage and confidence in war speeches because of their religious faith and their knowledge of the military capabilities of the Resistance», said the leader of Hezbollah.

«Hezbollah has given its border battle the name of Storm (Flood) of Al-Aqsa to underline the unity of the Resistance groups against the Israeli enemy», he said.

«The border battle of Hezbollah aims to exhaust the capabilities of the Israeli enemy and pressure the entity to stop the war against Gaza», he continued.

He added, however, that “if a ceasefire is achieved in Gaza, our front (in Lebanon) will stop fighting, we are committed to it because we are a front of support. If there is no ceasefire, we will give notice in due time.

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