Hassan Nasrallah, head of Hezbollah, gave a speech on Saturday for “Martyr’s Day.”
As usual, the man who no longer appears in public out of fear of being assassinated by Israel spoke about how Israel should be frightened of him.
He described how integral Hezbollah’s missiles are to the movement.
Experts estimate that Hezbollah has as many as 140,000 missiles aimed at all of Israel, and according to a recent report by retired US military experts, “Today, Hezbollah possesses more firepower than 95 percent of the world’s conventional militaries, and more rockets and missiles than all European NATO members combined.”
Nasrallah, responding to recent reports that Israel warned Lebanon that it might strike Hezbollah’s missile factories, said the “the source of our strength are our missiles because the Lebanese army is not allowed to acquire advanced missiles.”
Moreover, in a section of the speech not translated to English, he said that neither intimidation nor sanctions against Iran, Hezbollah’s sponsor, would affect Hezbollah’s missile arsenal. “If we must sell our homes” to maintain the missile force, we will do so, he said.
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