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ISIS cells have unexpectedly captured 8 villages from Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (formerly Jabhat al-Nusra, the Syrian branch of al-Qaeda) in the northern Hama countryside.

ISIS captured Abu Hariq, Ma’sarah, Abu Kusur, Tulayhat, Aliya, Suruj, Abu Marw and Umm Sahnk. The village of Abu Khanadiq is contested.

This is the second time that ISIS has been able to seize a significant area in the region without facing any notable resistance. The incident confirms that ISIS is maintaining a strong presence in the so-called opposition-held area in Idlib and northern Hama and that its cells can operate there freely.

The Syrian Arab Army (SAA), Hezbollah, the Tiger Forces and  their allies have started a military operation to clear the remaining ISIS-held points on the western bank of the Euphrates. The Syrian military has also deployed reinforcements to the area from the government-held parts of Hasakah.

ISIS has a large number of mobile assault units operating in the Homs desert and the Euphrates Valley. This allows the terrorist group to conduct raids on the advancing government forces while avoiding direct clashes.

In Eastern Ghouta, near Damascus, the SAA has restored full control of the Armored Vehicles Base after repelling a major militant attack there. The attack had involved members of Ahrar al-Sham and Faylaq al-Rahman.

Government forces have seized hilltops near the village of Beit Tima in the area near the Golan Heights. Earlier, the SAA established control over Kafr Hawar, Bayt Sabir, Beit Tima in the same area.

As the remaining ISIS-held area in Syria is shrinking, government forces are gaining more opportunities to conduct military operations against other militant groups across the country.


Syrian Army Crushes ISIS Defenses And Captures Nine Villages South Of Mayadin (Map, Photos)

Syrian Army Crushes ISIS Defenses And Captures Nine Villages South Of Mayadin (Map, Photos)

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On November 22, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and the Tiger Forces captured the villages of Ajrama, al-Safsafah, Ksu Umm Saba, al-Jahlah, al-Dwair, Wadi Abu Jasim, Surat al-Kshma, Subaykhan and Gharbiyah on the western bank of the Euphrates River, south of the city of Mayadin in the southeastern Deir Ezzor countryside, according to the Hezbollah media wing in Syria.

Pro-government sources also reported that the SAA and Hezbollah launched a military operation north of al-Bukamal city to capture the villages located between al-Bukamal and al-Salihiyah. However, the SAA and its allies didn’t advance yet.

Syrian Army Crushes ISIS Defenses And Captures Nine Villages South Of Mayadin (Map, Photos)
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Debate: The end of Daesh and its caliphate


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The situation in the Middle East is developing. The expected conflict between the resistance axis, primarily Hezbollah, and the Saudi-Israeli block is the current center of attention.

Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that Iran wants to deploy its troops in Syria on a permanent basis “with the declared intent of using Syria as a base from which to destroy Israel” and threatened that if Tel Aviv fails to receive the international support, it is ready to act “alone.” “Iran will not get nuclear weapons. It will not turn Syria into a military base against Israel,” he said.

Deputy Chairman of Hezbollah’s Executive Council Sheikh Nabil Qaouq said his group is ready for any military scenario amid indications that Saudi Arabia is pushing the Israeli regime to launch a new military operation against Lebanon. He said “The resistance movement is prepared to confront anything. It is fully capable of securing victories and repelling any aggressor.” Hezbollah troops have been brought to the highest combat-readiness level, according to media reports.

Speaking to the Saudi newspaper Elaph, Israel’s military chief Gen Gadi Eisenkot called Iran the “biggest threat to the region” and said Israel is ready to share intelligence with “moderate” Arab states like Saudi Arabia in order to “deal with” Tehran.

The statement was followed on November 19 by an emergency meeting in Cairo between Saudi Arabia and other Arab foreign ministers, calling for a united front to counter Iran and Hezbollah. The emergency Arab foreign ministers’ meeting was convened at the request of Saudi Arabia with support from the UAE, Bahrain, and Kuwait to discuss means of confronting Iran. In a declaration after the meeting, the Arab League accused Hezbollah of “supporting terrorism and extremist groups in Arab countries with advanced weapons and ballistic missiles.” It said Arab nations would provide details to the UN Security Council of Tehran’s violations through the arming of Houthi forces in Yemen. The Secretary-General of the Arab League Ahmed Aboul Gheit said that the Iranian missiles are a threat to all Arab capitals: “Iranian threats have gone beyond all limits and pushed the region into a dangerous abyss.”

Since intercepting a ballistic missile fired at Riyadh by Iran-affiliated Houthi rebels in Yemen, the Saudis punched up their anti-Iran rhetoric, even going as far as to say the missile was Iranian-made and declared the attack an act of war by the Iranians.

Reacting to the emergency meeting, Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said, “Unfortunately countries like the Saudi regime are pursuing divisions and creating differences, and because of this they don’t see any results other than divisions.”

As if to demonstrate the way the balance of power is going to look in the region, two separate summits on Syria are to be staged soon. With ISIS crushed and the so-called moderate opposition to Bashar al-Assad also in retreat, three key powers in the region – Russia, Iran and Turkey – will meet in the Russian Black Sea resort of Sochi on November 22 to discuss how to wind down hostilities and draw up a political settlement. On the same day but separately, as many as 30 groups opposed to Assad will gather in Riyadh for three days of talks aimed at forming a broad negotiating team before the UN peace talks resume in Geneva on November 28. Russia, which holds a military advantage in Syria, appears to want to focus on a solution drawn up with the regional guarantors, Iran and Turkey. Significantly, ministers discussed the possibility of Kurdish groups being invited to the congress – something to which the Turks were until recently opposed.

These two summits, pretty much mirroring the sides of the conflict concerning Syria’s fate, are the first step towards ultimately establishing a new balance of power in the region. With the Kurdish question still looming, the Middle East without ISIS is about to change considerably.

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Haaretz Fears Hezbollah’s New Generation of Commanders in next War

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20-11-2017 | 12:21

Haaretz “Israeli” daily warned that the list of senior appointments in the “Israeli” army drew an extraordinary amount of attention from the public last week.


First came the joint announcement by “Israeli” War Minister Avigdor Lieberman and Forces Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Gadi Eisenkot on new appointments to the 2018 General Staff – with particular public focus on the new Military Intelligence chief and heads of the central and southern commands.

According to the daily,

“The most serious security challenge “Israel” will likely face in the next two years concerns events in the north, where the Lebanese and Syrian borders are gradually forming into a single, broad front.”

It further mentioned,

“On the other side of this long border, the “Israeli” army could face not only veteran officers from the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps, who will try to operate various Shi’ite militias against “Israel”, but also a new generation of Hezbollah commanders.”

“These are officers with five years’ experience of fierce and complex fighting in the Syrian civil war. This is a militant, self-confident generation – and it seems the fact they have survived the horrible war in Syria has convinced them they could face the “Israeli” army on the battlefield as equals.”

Haaretz alao warned that

“Given “Israel’s” security situation, in which flare-ups or unexpected failures sometimes lead to a wave of forced retirements – as happened after the Second Lebanon War in 2006 – Lieberman could very well find himself with too few options.”

Source: Haaertz, Edited by website team

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US/Saudi/Israeli Alliance for Greater Regional Turbulence?

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The alliance is beset by failures. Longstanding US/Israeli plans to redraw the Middle East map failed to achieve its objective so far.

Libya in North Africa remains an ungovernable cauldron of violence. Shias close to Iran run Iraq, not Sunnis like under Saddam Hussein.

US, NATO, Saudi, Israeli war on Syria failed – a major defeat for the imperial alliance.

US-orchestrated Saudi war on Yemen only achieved the world’s greatest humanitarian disaster, nothing else. Houthi fighters remain strong and resilient after two-and-a-half years of aggression on the nation.

Qatar foiled the Saudi-led embargo on the country. The US, Israeli, Saudi plot to reshape the Middle East remains in place – despite consistent failures.

So what’s next? On Sunday, Arab League foreign ministers met in Cairo, the session called by Riyadh to enlist support for challenging Iran, Hezbollah and the Houthis, plotting greater regional war and turbulence.

“We will not stand idly by in the face of Iran’s aggression,” Saudi foreign minister Adel al-Jubel roared, adding:

“Iran created agents in the region, such as the Houthi and Hezbollah militias, in total disregard for all international principles” – an utter perversion of truth.

Egyptian foreign affairs minister/Arab League secretary-general Aboul Gheit sounded like a US/Israeli/Saudi puppet, saying

“Iranian threats have exceeded all boundaries and are pushing the region toward the abyss.”

Following Sunday talks, an Arab League statement said it “does not intend to declare war against Iran for the moment,” ominously warning that “Saudi Arabia has the right to defend its territory” – despite facing no external threats.

From Tehran on Sunday, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif tweeted:

“Working with Turkish & Russian counterparts to build on ceasefire we achieved in Syria & preparing for inclusive dialog among Syrians.”

“Irony is KSA accuses Iran of destabilization, while itself fuels terrorists, wages war on Yemen, blockades Qatar & foments crisis in Lebanon.”

Israeli military intelligence-connected DEBKAfile (DF) discussed London media reports, claiming Saudi king Salman intends naming crown prince Muhammad bin Salman his successor in days, perhaps this week.

DF quoted London’s Daily Mail, saying the new monarch once in power intends “start(ing) a fire in Lebanon, in the hope of Israeli military backing to crush Hezbollah, promis(ing) Israel billions of dollars if they agree.”

According to an unnamed source, the kingdom can’t confront Hezbollah without Israeli help. Washington would have to agree. Israel won’t attack Iran or Lebanon without US permission and direct or indirect involvement – a huge risk likely involving Russia, aiding Tehran like its Syria offensive against US-supported terrorists.

Aside from Israeli nuclear weapons (never used so far), Iran is likely more powerful militarily than Israel and Riyadh combined. If Washington joins their alliance, it’s another story altogether, risking Russian involvement, possibly turning greater regional conflict into global war.

According to the Daily Mail account, Saudi crown prince Salman and Netanyahu consider Iran the region’s greatest threat – despite the Islamic Republic posing none at all.

Riyadh and Tel Aviv want their major Shia run, sovereign independent rival eliminated. They disagree on strategy, according to DF, saying:

Billions of Saudi dollars won’t “persuade Israel to send the IDF to fight a war except in its direct national interest, even though Israel and Saudi leaders and military chiefs” agree about an Iranian threat – invented, not real.

According to an unnamed Daily Mail source,

“MBS (the Saudi crown prince) is convinced that he has to hit Iran and Hezbollah. Contrary to the advice of the royal family elders, that’s (his) next target. Hence why the ruler of Kuwait privately calls him the raging bull.”

“MBS’s plan is to start the fire in Lebanon, but he’s hoping to count on Israeli military backing. He has already promised Israel billions of dollars in direct financial aid if they agree.”

“MBS cannot confront Hezbollah in Lebanon without Israel. Plan B is to fight Hezbollah in Syria.”

AIPAC is involved in what’s going one, likely to enlist Trump administration support for war on Iran and Hezbollah, saying:

“For more than 30 years, Hezbollah has served as a de-facto arm of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).”

“Its unmatched military and political influence in Lebanon allow it to: (1) facilitate Iran’s revolutionary goals, (2) promote the spread of Iran’s anti-Israel and anti-American ideologies, and (3) ensure that the Lebanese government is unable to stop the transfer of Iranian weapons across the Lebanese-Syrian border.”

“In addition, it directly threatens Israel, props up the brutal Assad regime in Syria and jeopardizes Lebanon’s sovereignty.”

Iran and Hezbollah threaten no one. Washington, Israel and the Saudis threaten regional and global war.

Hostile rhetoric against Iran and Hezbollah from Washington, AIPAC, Israel and Riyadh may be prelude for greater regional conflict.

My newest book as editor and contributor is titled “Flashpoint in Ukraine: How the US Drive for Hegemony Risks WW III.”


Sayyed Nasrallah: ISIL’s ‘State’ is Over, AL Statement ‘Ridiculous’

November 20, 2017

Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah denounced an Arab League statement describing Hezbollah as a “terrorist organization” as “ridiculous” and “absurd”, denying their claims that the resistance group was sending ballistic missiles to Yemen.


In a televised speech delivered on Monday, Sayyed Nasrallah said the allegations in the AL statement issued by Arab foreign ministers who met in Cairo Sunday were “silly” and “completely baseless.” The Arab League statement claimed that Hezbollah sent Ballistic missile to Yemen’s Ansarullah and that the group was also responsible for the missile that was launched on Riyadh a week ago.


“I categorically deny any role of any member of Hezbollah in launching this missile,” said Sayyed Nasrallah. His eminence indicated that the group has not sent ballistic missiles, advanced weapons “or even a pistol” to Yemen, Bahrain, or Kuwait. “We have never transferred long-range missiles to any Arab state, but we did transfer arms to the forces of resistance in Gaza Strip and to fighters in Syria.”

Hezbollah’s S.G. denounced the Arab ministerial meeting for failing to condemn or call for an end to the war in Yemen. “Ask Saudi Arabia to stop the crushing of children’s bones and its massacres. Press for a political solution, this blatant and suspicious silence in the Islamic world is unacceptable.” Sayyed Nasrallah mocked the Saudi officials who cannot believe that Yemenis had the enough power to fight them alone without our help and said that’s because they’re lazy, “they even import their Agal (Arab headdress) from abroad.”

Sayyed Nasrallah addressed Arabs and Muslims by saying: “You can listen to Israeli comments on coordination between them and some Arab countries, especially Saudi Arabia.” “It’s enough to quote the criminal former Israeli Defense Minister Yaalon who said ‘It is not by accident that Al-Jubeir says in Arabic what we say in Hebrew’.”

“There are Arab countries that want to forge ties with Israel – namely Saudi Arabia. The interview by [the head of the Israeli army Gadi] Eizenkot to the Saudi website Elaph is a dangerous development for the Palestinians.”

“There is pressure on Palestinian to accept dictates that will kill the Palestinian issue under what some are calling the ‘deal of the century,’” Sayyed Nasrallah said, in reference to US President Donald Trump’s so-called ‘peace’ initiative.
“Saudi and Bahraini ministers told the Lebanese that if they did not solve the issue of Hezbollah, stability would be threatened. I tell you that Hezbollah’s weapon is the most important factor in achieving stability in Lebanon,” Sayyed Nasrallah assured. Addressing Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir, he said: “Hezbollah’s weapon is a key factor in maintaining security and stability in Lebanon. You can help Lebanon by leaving it alone and not intervening in its internal affairs and do not incite Israel to strike it.”

His eminence lashed out at Arab foreign ministers by saying: What have you contributed to the victory against ISIL? “While Hezbollah was liberating Bou Kamal province from ISIL, which is labeled as terrorist by the entire world, these people were calling Hezbollah terrorist!”

“Today, we are facing a huge military achievement and its importance lies in that it’s the last bastion for ISIL terrorists,” Sayyed Nasrallah said. The achievement in the province, in eastern Syria, immunizes Syria’s unity and confirms that the partitioning scheme in Syria has no chance to succeed, he added.

ISIL’s so-called ‘state’ has ended with the liberation of the town of Bou Kamal, Sayyed Nasrallah said adding that the fall of the province did not mean the end of the fight against ISIL. “We must work to attack the remnants of ISIL because it is a cancerous entity that can return,” he went on to say.

His eminence paused during his speech to thank the commander of Iran’s elite Quds force, Gen. Qassem Suleimani, “who was present in all battles not only in the last one, and contributed to major victories”. “Sulaimani was on the front lines, he only went for a few days when his father died and then returned to Bou Kamal to oversee the achievement there.

However, Hezbollah leader uncovered that the US air force secured an aerial coverage for ISIL, saying the terrorists were moving openly and the American Air Force even prevented the Russian warplanes from attacking the terrorists in Syria east of the Euphrates.

Sayyed Nasrallah accused the US of offering coordinates to the terrorist group, facilitating the withdrawal of ISIL when the group collapsed in Bou Kamal, and sending helicopters that evacuated ISIL leaders from the battlefields. “This is a scandal for the US administration and this has become exposed, as Turkey’s president has accused the US of supporting the ISIL financially.”

Sayyed Nasrallah made it clear that all the forces that thwarted the US scheme in the region by fighting ISIL will be put on terror blacklists, adding that ISIL will be recreated under different names.

Concerning the Iraqi achievement against ISIL, Sayyed Nasrallah said last week the Iraqi government announced the liberation of the last Iraqi city and province from ISIL control. “ISIL as an organization and a military structure has ended in Iraq and the Iraqi forces has reached the Syrian border,” Sayyed Nasrallah pointed out, adding “Hezbollah’s mission in Iraq has been accomplished with the Islamic State group’s defeat.”

“We had sent a large number of military advisers to Iraq. These brothers will return from Iraq when Iraq announces the eradication of the ISIL group. We will mull our presence in Iraq with the coordination of the Iraqi forces, if there’s no more need for our presence there our forces will withdraw to other areas where they are needed,” Sayyed Nasrallah said.

On Prime Minister Saad Hariri’s surprise resignation from Saudi Arabia, Sayyed Nasrallah said: We are awaiting the return of the prime minister, we do not consider him as resigned until he returns, and we’re open to any dialogue and discussion in the country.

Sayyed Nasrallah paid condolences in the beginning of his speech to Iranians on the deadly earthquake that hit Kermanshah province last week.

Source: Al-Manar Website

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Sayyed Nasrallah Slams Silence over Yemen Misery: Daesh’s State Toppled with Albukamal Victory


20-11-2017 | 21:54

Hezbollah Secretary General His Eminence Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah delivered on Monday a televised speech in which he tackled the latest political developments in the region and Lebanon.

At the beginning of his speech, Sayyed Nasrallah condoled both the Iraqi and Iranian people over the victims who fell due to the recent earthquake that hit both countries.

He further condoled the Iranian leadership, Imam Khamenei and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani for the same reason.

On the first level, Sayyed Nasrallah commented on the victory scored last week on both the Iraqi and Syrian fronts in the fight against Daesh [Arabic Acronym for the terrorist “ISIS”/ “ISIL”].

“We’re in front of a great strategic victory by liberating Albukamal from Daesh,” His Eminence said, noting that ” this comes as Al-Rahwa was the last town in Iraq which was held by Daesh and was liberated.”

In addition, Sayyed Nasrallah recalled that years ago, “since they established the conspiracy of Daesh, we cooperated with Iraqi authorities and sent a number of Resistance fighters.”

“We’re waiting for the final victory,” Sayyed Nasrallah mentioned, pointing out that “if there is no need for Hezbollah fighters in Iraq anymore, we will withdraw them and send them to areas needed.”

As His Eminence predicted that “It is not far that the final victory over Daesh will be announced soon,” he viewed that “with liberating Albukamal we can announce the end of so-called Daesh caliphate or state. The victory over Daesh was victory of Islamic values over terrorists’ savagery.”

“After Deir Ez-Zor and Aleppo, the plan to divide Syria has failed,” he stated, underscoring that “the US greatly supported and aided Daesh in Albukamal.”

He further stated: “In Albukamal, the Americans secured ways for Daesh to move around. They did not strike from the air at Daesh and they did not allow the Syrian and Russian air forces to strike. When Daesh lost in Albukamal, the Americans helped the rest of militants withdraw.”

In addition His Eminence revealed that “the US sent its drones to Albukamal and provided Daesh with accurate information about what was going on. The American forces also provided air transfer for Daesh commanders and facilitated their escape to eastern shores of the Euphrates.”

“The Americans wanted Daesh to stay in Albukamal until the end. They also waged electronic warfare against forces that were fighting to liberate Albukamal,” he mentioned, warning of the coming American schemes: “Tomorrow or the day after, Daesh will join the so-called “Syrian Democratic Forces” [SDF]. Daesh will be recreated under different names.”

According to His Eminence, another proof of the American support to Daesh is what Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has revealed from US financial supporting to Daesh.

In addition, Sayyed Nasrallah asserted that “the Syrian, Iraqi and Lebanese people need to see who formed Daesh and who tasked them with carrying out terrorist acts and who fought them.”

Meanwhile, the Resistance Leader thanked all fighters , officers, soldiers in the Syrian Army as well as the Iraqi Resistance forces, the Fatmyoun, Zaynbyon, Haidarion and all other branches.

Sayyed Nasrallah also thanked the Leader of the Iranian Al-Quds Forces, Major General Qaseem Suleimani for leading the battle in Albukamal forefronts

“The history will doubtlessly write the name of General Suleimani as a great leader,” he said, pointing out that “this big leader was present from the 1st day of Albukamal battle and was on the forefront of the confrontations and he might have been martyred at any moment.”

Furthermore, His Eminence thanked the Russian forces for the way they helped in fighting Daesh.

On another level, Sayyed Nasrallah slammed the Arab League’s moved of classifying Hezbollah as ‘ terrorist. “These accusations are expected and not new.”

To Arab League ministers, who gathered in Cairo, Sayyed Nasrallah asked: “What have you done to defeat and confront Daesh?”

“As forces, including Hezbollah, were liberating Albukamal from Daesh that everyone considers a terrorist organization, people were blacklisting Hezbollah as terrorist,” the Resistance Leader lamented.

To the Saudis and other ministers, His Eminence sent a sounding question: “Where are your emirs, Where are your leaders? What have you done to defeat Daesh?”

Predicting that countries will be threatened to be blacklisted as ‘terrorists’ because of their support tp the Resistance, as it’s the case with Lebanon, he clearly declared: “We officially state that we sent no weapons to Yemen, Bahrain, Iraq, Kuwait and not to even any Arab country.”

“We proudly reveal that we armed the Palestinian Resistance, by rockets like the Kornet in Gaza and in Syria we are fighting with our weapons.” Sayyed Nasrallah affirmed.

The Resistance Leader went on to say: “The calamity and reason that gathered the Arabs in the Arab League is the ballistic missile that hit Saudi Arabia.”

“The talk about Hezbollah ballistic missiles is an empty one that seeks only to increase accusations on us. Do they have any proof?” he added.

Commenting on AL’s statement that if the Lebanese government don’t solve Hezbollah’s weapons their stability is threatened, Sayyed Nasrallah reminded the Arab minister, particularly the Bahraini and Saudi ones that the biggest threat to Lebanon was and still is “Israel”.

To them, Sayyed Nasrallah said: “When you don’t interfere in Lebanon, stability is guaranteed. Don’t incite “Israel” against Lebanon. Who’s going to protect Lebanon from “Israel”? You? Your army? Your warplanes?”

To Arabs and Muslims, the Resistance Leader emphasized: “You can listen to “Israeli” comments on coordination between them and some Arab countries, especially Saudi Arabia.”

“It’s enough to quote the criminal former “Israeli” War Minister Moshe Yaalon who said: ‘It is not by accident that Adel Al-Jubeir says in Arabic what we say in Hebrew.”

“The main problem for Saudi Arabia is that they don’t understand that Yemenis have brains and are strong and they can produce their own weapons. They think that that the Yemenis are like them,” he stressed.”

Slamming the fact that “no one in the Arab world dares to question Saudi crimes in Yemen,” Sayyed Sayyed Nasrallah addressed the Arab ministers over Yemen by asking:

“Do you guys have religion? Is this the Arab dignity? Do you not have consciences, hearts, brains? Are you humans? Aren’t the Yemenis Arab?”

“Ask Saudi Arabia to stop the crushing of children’s bones and its massacres. Press for a political solution and this scary and suspicious silence in the Islamic world is unacceptable,” he confirmed.

Regarding the misery in Yemen, His Eminence wondered” “Is it possible that there we witness millions of Yemenis dying from Saudi bombing, blockade and cholera? Everyone is quiet on this, for the most part. Just call on Saudi Arabia to halt its massacres.”

On the Lebanese internal front, Sayyed Nasrallah announced that “Hezbollah is still waiting for the return of the PM Saad Hariri, who to us hasn’t resigned yet.”

He further thanked the Lebanese official Lebanese stance in the Arab League

To the Resistance people, Sayyed Nasrallah said: “Complete your path and road of major victories, not the latest will be the victory scored in Albukamal.”

Source: Al-Ahed news 

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