The secretary-general of Lebanese Hezbollah said that the Americans' inauspicious plans for the Middle East is not finished and they are planning to survive ISIS terrorists by moving them from Iraq and Syria to Afghanistan.

Iran Press/Middle East: The secretary-general of the Hezbollah movement, Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah delivered a speech on Sunday, on the anniversary of the victory over terrorist groups in the country's eastern mountains also Israel's overnight drone attack on Beirut.

"The Americans are using advantageous of ISIS, so the danger still exists," Nasrallah warned adding:  "The Americans try to revive ISIS in Iraq because they use it as an excuse to stay in the country and it means that their plan has not ended."

"To a large extent we have pushed the danger away, however, the US threats for the region still exists because the US plans to move ISIS terrorists from Syria, Lebanon and Arab nations to Afghanistan and stablish bases for them there," he noted.

Nasrallah stressed that Iraqis and Afghans have some images which document this plan.

Highlighting that the overnight attack was the first Israeli aggression in Lebanon since August 14, 2006, and calling it as a dangerous attack, Nasrallah warned that "(Benjamin) Netanyahu (Israeli prime minister) would be mistaken if he thinks that this issue can go unnoticed."    

He also threatened Israeli military at the border with an imminent response if they kill any of Hezbollah members in Syria revealing that two people from the organization were martyred during Saturday night strike on Damascus.

Addressing the supporters, Nasrallah said, "Your heavy turnout at this rally is the first response to yesterday's Israeli attacks."

"The battle against Takfiri terrorists was waged by Syrian army resistance forces", he added. 


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