Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah\\\\\\\'s Speech on July 26, 2011, on the occasion of the fifth anniversary of Lebanon\\\\\\\'s Divine Victory against the Zionists in 2006.
His eminence hailed the determination and the unwavering commitment of the Resistance Fighters who... Show More >>Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah\\\\\\\'s Speech on July 26, 2011, on the occasion of the fifth anniversary of Lebanon\\\\\\\'s Divine Victory against the Zionists in 2006.
His eminence hailed the determination and the unwavering commitment of the Resistance Fighters who miraculously remained at the battle fronts throughout the 33days of Israel\\\\\\\'s attack on Lebanon. The Secretary General refuted Israel\\\\\\\'s claims that the war against Lebanon accomplished a few goals including securing Israel\\\\\\\'s northern boarders with Palestine and preventing the Secretary General from appearing publically.
His eminence maintained that the strategic accomplishment of the July 2006 War on Lebanon was destroying the Israelis\\\\\\\' confidence in their own army and government. He also emphasized that Israel should forget about its dreams in Lebanon, for the Zionists will only experience defeat.
Sayyed Nasrallah also addressed the issue of Lebanon\\\\\\\'s natural resources, of which Israel has already attempted to taken possession. The Secretary General stated that \\\\\\\"whoever harms the future maritime Lebanese projects, will face the same damage and Israel knows that Lebanon is capable of such damage.\\\\\\\" To conclude, Sayyed Nasrallah reassured the public that the Resistance is indeed stronger than ever despite innumerable attempts to tarnish its reputation.
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