Nasrallah won't say if Hizbullah has Scuds

By AP
May 2, 2010 05:36

 
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BEIRUT —Hizbullah's leader Sheik Hassan Nasrallah indicated that the details of the group's weaponry are a secret.

"We don't speak through the media about the rockets we have or their details," Nasrallah said, according to Hizbullah's news website. He spoke in an interview Thursday with Kuwait's Rai TV.

"Do we have what is more or less sophisticated than a Scud missile — these are details I don't want to speak about," Nasrallah added. "If a war breaks out ... we said we will attack their (Israeli) infrastructure. We are able to fulfill these promises."

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