Nasrallah Almayadeen Interview (Dec. 27th)

Nasrallah

On December 27th, Nasrallah, leader of Hezbollah, was interviewed by the Almayadeen television network. Here are his main points:

  1. Despite Hezbollah receiving warnings that there will be an assassination attempt on its senior officials, including Nasrallah himself, there is no concrete and verifiable information on an American or Israeli attack on Iran or its allies.
  2. Saudi Arabia was the one who put the option of immediately assassinating Nasrallah on the table, as was discussed in Mohammed bin Salman’s, Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, meeting with President Trump following his election.
  3. Israel and Saudi Arabia are partners in the assassination of Soleimani, Israel assisting with intelligence information.
  4. Soleimani is sorely missed (he and Nasrallah worked together in the face of many challenges).
  5. The Abraham Accords were expected, and those who we are party to them cannot be trusted.
  6. Cornet anti-tank missiles were sent to Hamas and the Islamic Jihad in the Gaza Strip by Suleimani. The missiles were taken from the Syrian army with the approval of Syrian President Assad and with the knowledge of the Russians.
  7. In the next war with Israel, the hearts of the Arab minority living in Israel will be with Hezbollah …
  8. Israel should be concerned, not only because of the precision-guided missiles in Hezbollah’s arsenal, and that their quantity has doubled in the past year. Hezbollah can strike any target in Israel, regardless of its range, and Hezbollah has other capabilities Israel does not know about…
  9. Regarding the COVID-19 vaccine, Nasrallah made it very clear that he is unwilling to be treated with a vaccine that was developed in the United States.
  10. The maritime border negotiations with Israel will not continue as long as the Trump administration is still in office.
  11. Regarding the establishment of a new Lebanese government, it is being delayed by a trust issue primarily between Michel Aoun and Prime Minister nominee Saad al Hariri. 
Tal Beeri

Tal Beeri

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