Nasrallah condoles Iran commander’s martyrdom

Nasrallah condoles Iran commander’s martyrdom
Sat Feb 16, 2013 20:30:32

The Secretary General of the Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah has expressed condolences over the martyrdom of Brigadier Shateri, the head of the Iranian delegation responsible for the reconstruction of southern Lebanon.

According to Al-Alam News Channel, Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah was speaking on Saturday afternoon at an especial ceremony held to commemorate the martyred commanders of the resistance.
Nasrallah referred to Zionist regime of Israel as the most dangerous of threats in the Middle East region, stressing that the axis of resistance will be victorious without no doubt.
“After 30 years, the Lebanese resistance has achieved abundant achievements, and it will remain as before”, he said.
Hezbollah chief noted that the Lebanese resistance movement has forcibly changed all the strategic equations in the region.
Hassan Nasrallah said the Lebanese resistance movement will defend the country against any possible attack by Israel.
“I warn Israelis, resistance will not be silent in case of aggression,” Nasrallah added.
The Hezbollah Secretary-General denied speculation that Hezbollah has become weak and said the resistance movement is prepared more than ever.
“Lebanon’s resistance movement is fully prepared and ready,” he added.
Elsewhere in his remarks, the Hezbollah secretary-general also stressed that resistance is the only choice for Palestinians in their struggle against Israeli occupation.
“Israel is the greatest danger for Palestine and the region,” Nasrallah added.
He said Hezbollah would continue to support Palestinians in order for them to achieve their rights.

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