Nasrallah: Hizbullah won't give up rocket arsenal

September 5, 2006 08:46


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Hizbullah leader, Sheik Hassan Nasrallah, speaking to the Lebanese daily, A-Safir Tuesday morning, said his organization would not relinquish its missile and rocket arsenal, Army Radio reported. Nasrallah said that Hizbullah would use the weapons only if Lebanon was attacked again on a large scale by Israel. "We have just finished the war and are in no hurry to conduct operations in the Shaba Farms, although we withhold the right to do so. No one can send Israel reassuring messages on this matter for free," he said.

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