Nasrallah: The Israeli occupation army is exhausted on all fronts, and Tel Aviv has lost the war Nasrallah: The Israeli occupation army is exhausted on all fronts, and Tel Aviv has lost the war

Nasrallah: The Israeli occupation army is exhausted on all fronts, and Tel Aviv has lost the war

Nasrallah: The Israeli occupation army is exhausted on all fronts, and Tel Aviv has lost the war

The Secretary-General of the Lebanese Hezbollah, Hassan Nasrallah, confirmed that Israel lost the war even if it went to Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip, indicating that the Israeli occupation army is “depleted” on all fronts.

Lebanese Hezbollah Secretary General Hassan Nasrallah said on Wednesday that the Israeli occupation army is “depleted” on all fronts, and that Israel “lost the war” even if it went to Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip.

Nasrallah added in a speech on the occasion of Ramadan evenings, “The (Israeli) enemy lost the war even if it went to Rafah, because it did not present a scene of victory, and did not achieve any of the goals it announced.”

Nasrallah continued: “We say to Netanyahu: If you go to Rafah, you will have lost the war, and you cannot eliminate Hamas or the resistance in Gaza, despite all the massacres.”

He pointed out that "the Israeli occupation army today is tired and exhausted on all fronts, and the number of its dead is very large and much greater than announced."

He pointed out that "one of the results of the Al-Aqsa flood and the northern front was that there were not enough numbers in the Israeli army to continue the war."

Regarding the losses of the Israeli bombing of southern Lebanon, Nasrallah explained that “the economic losses in the south are not compared to the heavy losses of the occupation on the northern front (Gaza).”

Hezbollah's Secretary-General believed that "what is happening in throwing some aid on Gaza is not only hypocrisy, but also American stupidity."

He added, "The American administration is required to stop the aggression against Gaza."

He stressed that "Hamas negotiates on behalf of all resistance factions, not from a position of weakness, but rather imposes conditions."

In the wake of a devastating Israeli war on the Gaza Strip that led to Tel Aviv being brought before the International Court of Justice on charges of “genocide,” the Israeli-Lebanese border has witnessed, since October 8, 2023, an exchange of fire between the Israeli army on the one hand, and Hezbollah and Palestinian factions on the other hand. It led to deaths and injuries on both sides of the border.

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