Hezbollah Secretary General, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, delivered a speech on Saturday marking Resistance and Liberation Day via Al-Manar TV.

In his televised speech, Sayyed Nasrallah hailed the complete withdrawal of Israeli forces from Lebanon in 2000. The Hezbollah described the full withdrawal of Israeli forces as an important victory for the resistance.

Touching on the Palestinian situation, Nasrallah lauded the “united, unified, and steadfast Palestinian stance” in rejection of the economic conference that will be held in Bahrain, deeming this “the true position of the Palestinian people.”

Nasrallah also praised the position of Bahraini scholars, people, and political forces, who refused to embrace the first step of “the deal of the era” aimed at the liquidation of the Palestinian cause.

As for the escalating tensions in the region due to the US-Iranian spat, Nasrallah declared that he would reveal Hezbollah’s stance in this regard in his Al-Quds Day speech on May 31.

The Hezbollah hailed the sacrifices of the resistance, which he said helped expel the Israeli forces from Lebanon.

“This was a complete defeat for the Israeli enemy and a victory for Lebanon and its people, army, and all those who contributed to making this victory,” Nasrallah said.

“Hezbollah’s strength is part of a deterrent force which is preventing the Israeli enemy from achieving its ambitions in our country and our land,” he added.

 

 

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