Deputy of Nasrallah: 90% of our arsenal remains

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September 10, 2006 08:19

 
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The amount of rockets fired by Hizbullah during the war with Israel was only 10% of the organization's arsenal, Deputy to Hassan Nasrallah, Na'im Kassam said on Sunday Morning. In an interview with the London-based paper "Asharq Al-Awsat Awat," Kassam said that the organization will continue to resist the challenges placed by Israel, but said nevertheless that the resistance was currently in a transitional phase. Kassam also emphasized that the organization had no intention of attacking Israelis overseas, because Hizbullah had no interest in fighting with the United States.

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