Hezbollah fighters hold their party flags as they attend a rally to commemorate slain top Hezbollah commander Imad Mughniyeh and two other leaders, Abbas Musawi and Ragheb Harb, in the Shiite suburb of Beirut, Lebanon, Friday Feb. 22, 2008. (AP)
Hezbollah leader and Iranian stooge Hassan Nasrallah threatened Israel again today claiming the Jewish State is on the verge of collapse.
Iran Press TV reported:
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Hezbollah Secretary General Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah has said Israel is no longer an eternal entity and it is on the verge of collapse.
The Hezbollah leader made the remarks at a rally held in Beirut on Monday to commemorate the 40th day after the assassination of the movement’s commander Imad Mugniyah.
He said Israel’s 1967 war against Arab states was not a real war and the regime’s military might has been exaggerated by western media and certain Arab leaders since then.
The 33-day war against Lebanon proved that Israel is a paper tiger and it is incapable of fighting real resistance which is being awakened by Hezbollah, Nasrallah added.
He said decades ago people were asking whether anybody could fight the regime but today Hezbollah has shown the world that the regime could be destroyed.
“Brothers and sisters, even in a religiously divided country as ours, 90 percent of the Shia and Sunni Muslims, along with 77 percent of Christians and at least 68 percent of the Jews have said yes to the poll asking them if they will support an act to oust the Israeli regime,” the Hezbollah leader said.