Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah renewed his pledge to respond to any Israeli aggression or violation of Lebanese sovereignty commensurate with the size of the breach, stressing that his party rejects any war project against Iran, as it would ignite the entire region.
Nasrallah said in a speech on a giant screen held in front of the crowds during the Ashura celebration that Lebanon respects UN Resolution 1701, even though Israel does not respect it and violates it consistently.
The Secretary-General of Hizbullah rejected any project of war on Iran, "because this war will ignite the region and destroy countries and peoples and because it will be a war on all axis of resistance."
Nasrallah stressed the eternal commitment to the question of Palestine as the central issue. "Our nation has no choice but to resist it as a way to liberate it. We affirm our eternal commitment alongside the question of Palestine," he said.
"We reaffirm in Lebanon our commitment to the legitimate natural rights of the Palestinian people as an honest refugee in our land who wants and works to return to their land."
Regarding the US sanctions, Nasrallah said that "the condemned and condemned US sanctions against Iran and Syria and the resistance movements in Palestine, Lebanon and Iraq are an aggression exercised by the American administration for financial and economic pressure after the failure of its wars against the resistance in Lebanon and Palestine. Lebanon, Syria and Iraq. "
He also pointed out in his speech that "the people of Bahrain is still suffering, and the Bahrain regime goes far in normalization with the Zionist enemy and blessed and support for all Zionist attacks on Palestine, Lebanon and Syria."
In the Yemeni file, Nasrallah considered that the war there has turned into an absurd war and crimes against humanity under a US-British partnership that kills women and children.
He said that "the continuation of Saudi Arabia in this war will bring only defeat and humiliation and eternal shame. Call for an end to the "aggression" against Yemen and its people.