Threats by Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah have topped the headlines in the Zionist newspapers and websites, describing them as "unprecedented."
Threats by Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah have topped the headlines in the Zionist newspapers and websites, describing them as "unprecedented," highlighting that they have not been escalated step by step, but have rather made a full leap.
During an interview with Beirut-based Al-Mayadeen TV on Monday, Sayyed Nasrallah threatened to strike all petrochemical, biological and nuclear sites located in the occupied territories if the Israeli army launches a war against Lebanon.
"It is true that Nasrallah ruled out that Israel would venture to go to war -- which he does not believe to be in the near future -- yet he left Israel to think carefully about his threats," Zionist Channel 2 said.
Ruling out the possibility of any Zionist war against Lebanon in the short term, his eminence noted that the entity does not carry out any military move without the American green light.
However, even though officials in Tel Aviv had commented on Sayyed Nasrallah's threats prior to the interview, its content will be strongly discussed by the political and military decision makers in the Zionist entity.
Stances of Hezbollah Secretary General occupied the main headlines in Yedioth Ahronoth, Maariv, Israel Today and other newspapers, as well as Walla website.