Beirut, SANA- Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah threatened the Zionists of striking all their petrochemical factories, biological institutes and nuclear stores as well as facilities if the Israeli army launches a major war against Lebanon.
In an interview with Al-Mayadeen TV channel on Monday evening, Nasrallah eliminated the possibility of any Israeli war against Lebanon in the short term, noting that the Zionist entity does not carry out any military move without the American approval.
Nasrallah considered that the logical, factual and realistic interpretation eliminates the possibility of any imminent Israeli war against Lebanon, but that if the Israeli officials decide to launch an adventure, the outcome may differ.
Hezbollah managed through its achievements and capabilities to convince the Zionist entity that any war it launches against Lebanon is very costly, Sayyed Nasrallah said.
In this context, He added that the Israelis know that Hezbollah possesses rockets that can reach all the occupied Palestinian territories, noting that Hezbollah will employ its capabilities only in case of an Israeli attack.
The Israelis have been facing a deadlock since I threatened that Hezbollah would strike Ammonia tanks in Haifa because the Zionist government failed to move them to any other city due to the public rejection, his eminence pointed out.
Hezbollah leader asserted that the party will never grant the Zionist entity security guarantees, noting that the Resistance aims at preventing the Israelis from attacking Lebanon.
About the possibility that the Israeli army might launch limited strikes against certain targets in Lebanon without leading a major war, Sayyed Nasrallah warned that such small battles will be also costly for them.
“Hezbollah is not concerned with receiving the Israeli reassurances or threats; only the idiots launch a war against Lebanon.”
Reference any expected withdrawal of Hezbollah fighters from Syria, Nasrallah stressed that such presence is fully coordinated with the Syrian leadership.
“The aim of Hezbollah presence in Syria is to prevent its fall in the hands of Takfiris, and as long as this threat exists, Hezbollah is concerned to stay in Syria to defend it, regardless of the Russian withdrawal or any expected withdrawal of Iranian advisors.”
“Where we should be will be. Hezbollah’s destiny is to defend his brothers in Syria.” Nasrallah affirmed.
Nasrallah said that the all the parties of the axis of resistance aim at reaching a solution in Syria, adding that the Americans have become certain that terrorist groups can never change the battlefield situation.
“The US administration wants to reach a political solution that serves its interests and those of its allies, not the Syrians.” He added.
The axis of resistance aims at reaching a political settlement that preserves the Syrians’ rights to determine the destiny of the ruling system, according to Nasrallah.
Nasrallah reiterated the Syrian people’s right to determine their own future without any foreign interference.
Saudi delays the political solution in Syria, betting on any possible change in the American policy in the Middle East.
Regarding the Russian military intervention in Syria, Nasrallah explained that this decision was being mulled among Tehran, Moscow and Damascus for six months before taking it, noting that Hezbollah was informed about the developments of the related talks.
“The decision was discussed among the leaders of Syria, Iran and Russia and it had nothing to do with urgent developments.”
“A coordination and operations room was established by Russia, Iraq, Iran and Syria in Baghdad to lead the confrontation in the region.”
Nasrallah explained that Russia intensified its military deployment in Syria in preparation for any Russian-Turkish confrontation after Turkey downed a Russian warplane.
He noted that Turkey has never violated the Syrian airspace after Russian threatened to down any warplane that violates Syria sovereignty.
“So after the tension between Turkey and Russia decreased, the latter withdrew the forces that were summoned upon the escalation,” Sayyed Nasrallah pointed out, “The Russian military achievements also allowed Moscow to decrease the number of deployed troops.”
“Russian President Vladimir Putin’s threat of deploying troops within hours in Syria if necessary asserts that the Russian political stance has not changed.”
“Hezbollah was notified about the partial withdrawal of the Russian troops from Syria before it occurred.”
In a different context, Sayyed Nasrallah considered that the Saudi decision to blacklist Hezbollah represent an Arab cover for any Israeli war against Hezbollah and Lebanon.
“Some Arab leaders asked the Israelis during 2006 war to continue its war against Lebanon and Hezbollah.”
He added that the decision to blacklist Hezbollah as a ‘terrorist organization’ was spearheaded by Saudi Arabia, noting that Hezbollah has information that Riyadh had intention to crush Hezbollah since July war 2006. However, he said he would not disclose such information because of local considerations.
“The decision to blacklist Hezbollah is a Saudi decision. Saudi has the financial, media and religious power in which can use to threat whoever opposes it,” he told al-Mayadeen.
Meanwhile, Sayyed Nasrallah affirmed that the Saudi scheme has failed in Iraq, Syria and Yemen, noting that the Al-Saud regime is launching a war against Hezbollah because of its failure across many fronts.
Talking about reports on Hezbollah interference in Bahrain, Nasrallah said that Hezbollah “has never trained or funded any side in Bahrain,” stressing that such reports are “completely false and baseless.”
“We were fighting Israel at the Lebanese border area with Palestine. When the axis of resistance was targeted we headed to Syria for confronting such scheme.”
On the other hand, Sayyed Nasrallah stressed that Saudi doesn’t want dialogue in the region, especially with Iran, Syria or Hezbollah.
Meanwhile, Nasrallah reiterated that Hezbollah’s candidate for presidential elections in Lebanon is MP Michel Aoun.. “Aoun is our presidential nominee as long as he says I am a candidate.”
Nasrallah said that Hezbollah wants a strong president “who can’t be purchased and who doesn’t fear some powerful states in the region and the world.”