Hassan Nasrallah the Hezbollah chief is set to speak on Saturday afternoon in his second address since the war between Israel and Hamas began.
According to details, Nasrallah’s address will take place at an event marking the terrorist movement’s annual “Martyr’s Day” at 3 p.m. local time.
When Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah delivered a speech recently, his supporters were disappointed.
They thought that Nasrallah would announce full-scale war against Israel while the latter fights Hamas in Gaza.
However, Nasrallah only repeated warnings to Israel and its allies like the USA. He hinted his Iran-backed group was ready to confront U.S. warships in the Mediterranean.
“You, the Americans, can stop the aggression against Gaza because it is your aggression. Whoever wants to prevent a regional war, and I am talking to the Americans, must quickly halt the aggression on Gaza,” Nasrallah said on November 3.
Hezbollah founded by Iran’s Revolutionary Guards in 1982, is the spearhead of a Tehran-backed alliance hostile to Israel and the United States.
Israel-Hamas war erupted on Oct. 7 and Hezbollah warned that preventing a regional conflict depended on stopping the Israeli attack on Gaza, and said there was a possibility of fighting on the Lebanese front turning into a full-fledged war.
Hezbollah has been exchanging fire with Israeli forces at the Lebanese-Israeli frontier since Oct. 8, with more than 55 of its fighters killed.
But clashes have been largely contained to the border, and Hezbollah has so far used a fraction of the arsenal with which Nasrallah has long threatened Israel.
In his first speech since the Israel-Hamas broke out Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah said, “the October 7 operation was planned in total secrecy, even other Palestinian factions were not privy to it, let alone resistance movements abroad.”
“The international community keeps bringing up Iran and its military plans, but the October 7 attack was a 100% Palestinian operation, planned and executed by Palestinians for the Palestinian cause, it has no relation at all to any international or regional issues.”