Nasrallah: Hezbollah will strike Israel 'without any limit' if war breaks out

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March 21, 2016 21:12

 
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Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah threatened on Monday that if a future war breaks out with Israel, his Shi'ite Lebanese terrorist group will fight "without any limits."

"If the Israeli army escalates its aggression against Lebanon, Hezbollah will strike all the strategic targets in the occupied Palestinian territories, including, the nuclear facilities," Hezbollah-linked TV station Al Manar quoted Nasrallah as saying.

The Hezbollah leader continued, stating that Jerusalem is aware of Hezbollah's possession of rockets that can strike anywhere in Israel.

In addition, he claimed that: "Hezbollah possesses all the details about the positions of the petrochemical, biological and nuclear facilities across Palestine."

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