Nasrallah mocks Netanyahu's 'surprises' threat, says Hezbollah well-prepared

Hezbollah chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah on Friday hit back at the threats that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu launched on Thursday.

“Netanyahu thinks that he is good with psychological warfare,” Nasrallah said sarcastically during a speech commemorating late Iranian president Ebrahim Raisi and his companions, who were killed Sunday in a helicopter crash.

“It was Gaza that surprised you on October 7 ... and the resistance in Lebanon surprised you on October 8,” Nasrallah added, addressing Netanyahu.

“You should await the surprises from our resistance,” Nasrallah went on to say, after Netanyahu said that Israel has “surprising” plans for the Lebanese front.

“We have studied all the hypotheses and scenarios that the (Israeli) occupation might resort to on our front,” Hezbollah’s leader added, stressing that Hezbollah will continue its attacks on Israel in support of Gaza.

Nasrallah also noted that one of the goals behind activating the southern front on October 8 was to “prevent any preemptive operation against Lebanon.”

“We hope the war will stop, but if Netanyahu insists on war, he will be taking his entity into disaster,” Nasrallah added, referring to the broader war in the region.

“If Netanyahu continues in this manner, he is going into the abyss,” Nasrallah warned, pointing out that “so far, Israel has not achieved any of its objectives.”

“To all the enemies who are waiting for Iran to weaken, retreat and give up Palestine and the resistance I say that they are living illusions and fantasies,” Nasrallah said, in connection with the death of the Iranian president.

Source: Naharnet

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