Hezbollah, a Lebanese Shiite organization, posted a video on social media with the message 'We wait for Friday.' In the video, Hezbollah announces an upcoming address by its leader Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah, scheduled for Friday, November 3, as part of a ceremony to commemorate the "martyrs who lost their lives on the path to Al-Quds." Hezbollah fighters have claimed responsibility for launching attacks from southern Lebanon into Israel since October 11.
In response, Israel conducted airstrikes on cross-border villages. Hezbollah stated at the time that its actions were in solidarity with the Palestinian Hamas offensive against Israel. Subsequently, there were continued clashes between Hezbollah and Israel in southern Lebanon.
Hezbollah: Party of God
Hezbollah, also known as the "Party of God," is an Iranian-backed Shiite armed and political group that was formed in 1985 with the primary goal of resisting the Israeli occupation of southern Lebanon.
Ever since the creation of this organization, they have attracted enormous attention for years behind us. It originated from armed groups created by the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps in the aftermath of the Israeli invasion of Lebanon in 1982.
Hezbollah is considered a terrorist organization by several countries, including the United States and Israel, while it receives support from others, such as Iran and Syria. Its leader, Hassan Nasrallah, has claimed that Hezbollah has 100,000 fighters.
Many believe that Israelis must be careful in these moments, given that Hezbollah's messages can mean many things. One thing is certain: Hezbollah officials do not want to sit silently and watch what is happening in Palestine.
They are ready to react and do everything to protect the people of Palestine. We will see what kind of response will follow, and what proportions this conflict can reach. Israelis are prepared and aware that such reactions could come from organizations such as Hezbollah. Friday will be the day we find out the real truth.