Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, the secretary general of Hezbollah, emphasized on Martyr’s Day today that “the enemy is inflicting losses on itself, including that its brutal and barbaric nature is becoming clearer to the world, most importantly the change in world public opinion and the exposure of the falsity of Zionist claims.”
He thought that America, as the side in charge, was the one who could put an end to this assault.
He stated that “No one in the world supports the continuation of the aggression except the American administration and its annexes.”
According to Nasrallah, “the evidence of Israel’s inability is that it involves elite forces and is unable to achieve the image of victory required of the Israelis.”
He said: “This courage, this courage in the field, and this dazzling and legendary creativity are decisive in the course of things, and this is where hopes are pinned.”
Nasrallah continued: “What the brothers did in Yemen had very important and significant effects, even if we assume that the missiles and drones did not reach, though there is another hypothesis that they did reach and the enemy was keeping quiet about it.”
He added that “targeting the American occupation bases on the Iraqi resistance front was based primarily on the notion of solidarity with Gaza, and these operations serve the idea of liberating Iraq and Syria from the rest of the occupation forces.”