War Alert: Nasrallah Vows to Liberate Lebanese Land from Israel!

Hassan Nasrallah, the leader of Hezbollah, recently outlined a significant shift in the group's military strategy against Israel.

by Faruk Imamovic
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War Alert: Nasrallah Vows to Liberate Lebanese Land from Israel!
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Hassan Nasrallah, the leader of Hezbollah, recently outlined a significant shift in the group's military strategy against Israel.

In a bold statement, Nasrallah proclaimed, "We now have a historic opportunity to liberate every inch of Lebanese territory, including the occupied Shebaa Farms area."
This declaration signals a new phase in the long-standing Israeli-Lebanese conflict, emphasizing Hezbollah's intensified focus on territorial liberation.

Nasrallah's rhetoric reflects a change in Hezbollah's military tactics. Historically targeting military objectives, Nasrallah admits that circumstances have necessitated the targeting of 'civilians' in certain situations. This controversial strategy comes with a caveat; Nasrallah suggests that the term 'civilian' is relative when discussing Israel, a point likely to stir international debate.

Impact and Implications on the Israeli Front

Nasrallah further highlighted the psychological impact of Hezbollah's operations on Israeli society.

"Hundreds of thousands of Israeli settlers have been displaced, causing a great psychological effect on the enemy," he stated.

This strategy is part of a broader plan to pressure Israel into ceasing its aggression on Gaza. Nasrallah asserts that opening a northern front has diverted Israeli Defense Forces from Gaza, alleviating pressure on Palestinian resistance there.

The Hezbollah leader also addressed the casualties inflicted on the Israeli side, claiming, "We killed many Israeli soldiers, including generals, but the enemy hides its casualties."
He cited Israeli sources stating that the number of disabled, including the wounded, exceeded 12,000.

These figures, if accurate, mark a significant toll on the Israeli military.

Nasrallah did not shy away from criticizing those who view Hezbollah as the aggressor, stating, "People who claim that the resistance started this aggression have not read history."
He emphasized the unprecedented nature of the current conflict, noting that such operations in the past would have provoked a full-scale war from Israel.

In a direct message to Israeli settlers, Nasrallah warned against calling for war against Hezbollah, suggesting severe consequences for their safety. His message was clear: any aggression towards Beirut, especially acts like the killing of his friend, martyr Arouri, would be met with a formidable response on the battlefield.

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