A senior level officer of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards threatened Israel and claimed that Hezbollah is prepared for battle in Tel Aviv, Acre, Nahariya and other cities.
Hezbollah, archive Photo credit: Reuters/ Channel 2 News
Today (Sunday), after Syrian President Bashar al-Assad claimed victory in Aleppo, the deputy commander of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Hossein Salami spoke about Israel. “After the victory Hezbollah recorded in Aleppo, it will not have a hard time doing so in the cities of Israel,” he said.
“Hezbollah has now become an influential regional power involved in developments in which the United States, Saudi Arabia and the Zionist entity have a part,” Salami said in an interview with Hezbollah affiliated news outlet Al-Mayadeen.
Salami explained that: “After Hezbollah claimed difficult tactical victories in the streets of Aleppo, which were controlled by radical Islam terrorists, there is not doubt that it is much more ready for battle in Tel Aviv, Acre, Nahariya and other cities.”
Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Photo credit: Reuters/ Channel 2 News