‘Hezbollah most immediate threat to Israel’

‘Hezbollah most immediate threat to Israel’
Mon Jul 1, 2013 22:52:41

Israeli regime Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has called Hezbollah Resistance as the most immediate security threat to Israel.

Netanyahu made his comments during a meeting with visiting Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta, in an obvious reference to the EU's failure to place Hezbollah Resistance on the EU's terrorist blacklist.

Netanyahu told Letta, whose country so far has been luke warm on the issue of placing Hezbollah on the EU terrorist list, that the time has come to do so, because if Hezbollah is not a terrorist organization, "I don't know what a terrorist organization is."

In addition to participating with Syrian President Bashar Assad's government, it was also waging -- along with Iran -- terrorist campaigns in 30 countries around the world, including Europe, he claimed without giving any proofs.

Just a day after US Secretary of State John Kerry left the country without getting Israel and the Palestinians to agree to talks. Netanyahu said he was willing to enter the "peace tent" with Palestinian Authority Chief Mahmoud Abbas and stay there until "white smoke comes out."

“We want to restart peace negotiations as soon as possible, without any obstacles,” Netanyahu claimed.

This is while, Hezbollah Secretary-General Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah said earlier that the ongoing war in Syria is part of an American project to change the balance of power in the region in favor of the Israeli regime.

Nasrallah said in a televised speech in mid of June that there is an American, Israeli and Takfiri project to destroy not only Syria but the entire region.

Hezbollah chief went on to say that foreign intervention in neighboring Syria began before the resistance movement got involved in the conflict.

Nasrallah noted that most Syrians support their government, but ironically tens of thousands of militants are sent to the Arab country from undemocratic states in the region to allegedly fight for democracy.

He also emphasized that Hezbollah will not change its position on Syria in the face of threats.

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