On Sunday, May 15th, the Lebanese will elect 128 deputies. This is what it appears to be, but the reality is different. Today, the Lebanese voter is faced with two options: “elect who supports the party and recognizes it as a resistance? Or to go to those who openly and strongly oppose this axis?” In other words, “either you are with Iran’s illegal weapons in the country or against it.”
Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah is very aware of this reality, so he does not hesitate publicly and repeatedly in his recent speeches to emphasize the role of weapons in protecting Lebanon and its south, boasting about the empty achievements without being satisfied with them. Rather, Nasrallah created a new role for this weapon and a reason to keep it and preserve It is the protection of marine oil wealth.
The issue of illegal weapons for the party and its general secretary is what appears to be a redline, and the opposition is forbidden to touch it or get close to it… which he shortened by the word “فشروا”…
Will the equation change on May 15, and the voices of opponents of illegal weapons will rise in the polls?