Leader of Hezbollah. Largely in hiding since 2006 war with Israel. Prime ally of Iran and Syria
Concerning efforts to form a new government in Lebanon, Nasrallah claimed that all sides agreed with the French initiative.
Today, Hezbollah is one of the largest terror armies in the world and holds enormous influence over the state of Lebanon.
If the designation goes ahead without last minute complications, Adib will be nominated before a visit to Beirut on Monday by French President Emmanuel Macron.
Nasrallah's remarks suggested the group was ready to discuss more profound changes.
"We are committed to an equation... but we are not in a hurry."
According to Maj.-Gen. (res.) Amos Yadlin, the Lebanese terrorist organization understands that it can't touch civilians, but "is determined to kill IDF soldiers."
Hezbollah wants to pose as secure in its power and prepare to threaten Israel at a time of its choosing.
We will punish Israel not just for what happened, but for what could have happened, because by God's mercy the explosion was less destructive than it could have been."
Nasrallah also criticized the UAE-Israel peace agreement, calling it a "betrayal of Islam, Arabness, of the Palestinian people."
Strategically, Israel has shown hesitation and weakness.