Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah was rushed to intensive care after suffering a stroke, according to reports from Lebanon and Saudi Arabia.
The reports came after Nasrallah canceled a planned Friday speech, with the Lebanese terrorist organization announcing through its affiliated media he had fallen ill with influenza and was unable to speak well.
Saudi journalist Hussein al-Gawi contradicted Hezbollah's statement, claiming that Nasrallah indeed suffered a second stroke instead of falling ill as was reported. The Hezbollah leader was reportedly hospitalized at the Great Prophet Hospital in Beirut.
إصابة حسن نصر الله التي أدخلته المستشفى ليست "انفلونزا" كما يشاع ، بل جلطة دماغية ثانية ، نُقل على أثرها إلى مستشفى الرسول الأعظم . —— pic.twitter.com/q2QSlwWY5u— حسين الغاوي (@halgawi) December 31, 2022
Nasrallah is also set to speak on Tuesday to mark the anniversary of the assassination of IRGC Quds Force commander Qassem Soleimani.
This is a developing story.