Nasrallah: We have no doubt that the Israel was behind air strike that killed Samir Kuntar

December 21, 2015 20:58


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Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah pointed a finger at Israel on Monday for the air strike that killed Palestinian terrorist Samir Kuntar.

Israel has not claimed responsibility for the strike, but praised the death of Kuntar, who kidnapped and murdered a father and his four-year-old daughter in a Nahariya terror attack in 1979.

In a live speech on Lebanese television, reported by Lebanon's Naharnet, Nasrallah said that he and his organization "have no doubt that the Israeli enemy was behind the assassination in a blatant military operation."

He added that "brother Samir had always been a target for Israel."

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