This weekend, Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah marked the 11th anniversary of the Second Lebanon War with words of incitement against Israel. Arutz Sheva's Elad Benari reports that Nasrallah warned the Jewish state that it will suffer a great defeat at the hands of the Lebanese terror group:
"Any Israeli force that enters Lebanon will be met with a great defeat and humiliation compared to the last war," Nasrallah said. "Israel's goal in that war was to crush Hezbollah, but since then our power has only grown and the Israelis know it."
"Israel will suffer the same defeat that it suffered in 2006 but with greater force" if it attacks Lebanon again, he warned in the televised speech.
"Every time an Israeli official talks about Hezbollah's buildup, he admits in effect Israel's defeat against Hezbollah," Nasrallah claimed.
"The closure of the ammonia tank in Haifa shows that Israel respects the power of its enemies. Israel will consider a war in Lebanon only as a last resort," he stated.
Nasrallah, however, has been forced to live in an underground bunker since the 2006 Second Lebanon War – a fact which he denies. From there, he has continuously threatened Israel...
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