Hezbollah leader vows to erase ISIS threat from Lebanon

June 10, 2015 19:51


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Leader of Shi'ite terrorist organization Hasan Nasrallah Wednesday gave yet another speech to disciples of his sect, this time in regards to "the battle against ISIS," adding, "they are the ones who started with the fight."

Nasrallah added, "we will move forward with this battle until erasing this malicious terrorist existence on our borders, and we reassure our firm determination and insistence that we will not let any terror stay on our borders."

Nasrallah addressed his followers at the second annual Conference of Renovation and Intellectual Jurisprudence of Imam Ali Khamenei, Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Hezbollah and ISIS jihadist have been engaged in a bloody confrontation for months, locked in ongoing battles in the Lebanon-Syria border region of Qalamoun.

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