It seems the U.S. and Israel have not learned from the past and they want once again to test the Islamic Republic of Iran and its devastating military power by resorting to bully and threat and even launching attacks on this country but they should know that this time they will get due punishment and there will be no mercy.
Sayyed Hashem Safi al-Din, A high-ranking official with the Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah has described certain parties that believe they can undermine the resistance by siege and sanctions as "fools", stressing that the resistance now lives in the bliss of victories.
In a speech, the Secretary General of Lebanon’s Hezbollah has touched on recent measures taken by several western countries against resistance movements in West Asia saying they have been placed under “some Western country’s terrorism lists, this involves resistance movements in Lebanon, Palestine Yemen, Iraq. Sometimes it’s their factions, their leaders and sometimes the entire movement itself is placed on their terrorism list. This path will continue, as we said previously, it will continue. With regards to us in Lebanon, this certainly is related to regional developments and the upcoming parliamentary election.”
When Hamlet, the Danish prince, discovered by chance that his father was killed by his uncle, he was confused and puzzled. Hamlet is the main character in one of Shakespeare’s plays, which was named after him. At that moment, the moment of truth, Hamlet changed and became a man with responsibilities. However, he was completely drained by the fact that his mother was involved in the conspiracy and she was married to his uncle, the killer.
Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah told the visiting Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian that “Iran has proven that it is a sincere and loyal ally, and it does to leave alone its friends at difficult times.”
Not for the first time, Lebanon faces a crisis, Hezbollah has helped guide the country out of the predicament.
The Secretary-General of Lebanon’s Hezbollah resistance movement, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, says the third vessel of Iranian fuel has been agreed with Tehran to ease crippling energy shortages in the country.
On the eve of the anniversary of the 2006 July War between Lebanon’s Hezbollah and Israel, an exchange of fire took place between the two sides. On the surface, it seemed a minor incident in the perennially unstable West Asia region. But in reality, it was strategically important in terms of reiterating the longstanding red lines along the Lebanon-Israel border.
In a rare public visit, a high-ranking Omani delegation from the Royal Office arrived in Sanaa Saturday to renew diplomatic efforts aimed at bringing peace to war-torn Yemen after international efforts in that regard failed to bridge the gap between the warring sides in Yemen.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif have sent congratulatory messages to Lebanese leaders congratulating them on the anniversary of the victory against Israel.