Arab Israeli Conflict
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Leader of Hezbollah. Largely in hiding since 2006 war with Israel. Prime ally of Iran and Syria
Hezbollah head Hassan Nasrallah praises Iranian regime's 'independence,' says no chance Israel will attack Iran.
The secretary general of Hezbollah spoke Saturday night for the first time since November.
Nasrallah's interview is set to take place at 20:30 Israel time.
Senior IDF official: "We are ready for war."
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
Hezbollah says most effective immediate response is social media and summoning US ambassadors throughout region.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
The Hezbollah leader accused Israel of pushing the region into war.
By REUTERS,ANNA AHRONHEIM,HERB KEINON
Northern Israel faces threats from Hezbollah and the danger that a miscalculation could result in war on the Golan.
“Going to a rally with your BDS friends?” I ask, referring to the local anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement.
By ROBERT HORENSTEIN
"Israel is rebuilding itself today, in view of the defeat in 2006, including reexamining its doctrine of war, on the basis that its enemy is serious and capable."
By JULIANE HELMHOLD
Since the Second Lebanon War in 2006, Nasrallah has spent most of his time in bunkers out of fear for his life.
"Nasrallah's declarations have harmed the Lebanese state, constitution, and law. This is clear collaboration of a Lebanese citizen with a foreign country."
"What is happening in Iran is being well contained and is not comparable with what happened in 2009," said Hezbollah's Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah.
Hassan Nasrallah heaped criticism on Arab foreign ministers who accused his group of terrorism at a Sunday emergency Arab League meeting.
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