Nasrallah accuses Israel of violating international law, planting bombs along border

Last night, Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah said that Israel is planting explosive devices in Lebanese villages along the border, adding that his group “cannot remain silent” about this development.
Nasrallah Photo Credit: Reuters/Channel 2 News

During a speech on Saturday evening, Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah said that his organization “cannot remain silent about the fact that the Israeli military is planting explosive devices in some of the villages along the border.”

Nasrallah accused Israel of placing espionage devices and cameras equipped with life-threatening bombs in Lebanese villages close to the country’s southern border. He added that Hezbollah’s current state is the strongest it has ever been.

“Even Israel is saying that Hezbollah is the second strongest army in the region,” Nasrallah said during the speech that was broadcasted from Beirut. The leader of the Iran-backed Shiite terrorist group also warned foreign countries against trying to divide Lebanon and claimed that “the Zionist regime is violating international law.”



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