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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.
The Hezbollah leader said that now is the time for mobilization. He called on everyone "who enjoys a reputation of integrity" to contribute.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Rumors questioning Nasrallah's health largely began in 2013 when Lebanese Radio reported that he visited Iran to undergo treatment for cancer.
Syrian sites say the Hezbollah leader is still in a Beirut hospital, under medical supervision and care.
By YASSER OKBI/ MAARIV HASHAVUA
The attack "will announce itself when it happens," Hassan Nasrallah said in a televised speech.
Both Assad and Hezbollah have been fighting against a Sunni Islamist dominated opposition, which includes various jihadi groups such as al-Qaida’s Nusra Front and Islamic State.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
The Hezbollah leader’s fiery address came just hours after Yemen's former president Ali Abdullah Saleh said he would not leave the country.
While Nasrallah has tried to calm fears of nuclear war, conflict with Israel remains a possibility.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,REUTERS
Joining ranks with Iran, Hezbollah calls for halt of Saudi-led air strikes; Lebanese Shi'ite group's leader blames Riyadh for "abandoning" Palestinians.
“We may not have spoken about Iraq before, but we have a limited presence because of the sensitive phase that Iraq is going through.”
Moscow’s deputy foreign minister, Mikhail Bogdanov, also met with the leaders of Lebanon’s rival political and sectarian factions.
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