Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah warned in a speech on Friday that following the elections, Israel is facing a "crisis in leadership," and urged the Palestinians to increase their resistance.
"Israel doesn't have a strong ruling party, the way [Prime Minister Binyamin] Netanyahu aspired for when he said Israel needs a strong party to lead it," Nasrallah said."The elections did not produce a strong party to lead this entity and now it is without a strong central leadership," he added.
Former prime minister Ariel Sharon was "the last king of Israel," Nasrallah said.
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