On Saturday night, Secretary General of Hezbollah in Lebanon, in a speech at the mourning ceremony of the Muharram month in the southern suburbs of Beirut, in response to the attacks of the Zionist regime on Gaza, said that this regime is based on killing and crime.

Iran PressMiddle East: Various areas of the Gaza Strip have witnessed criminal attacks by the Zionist regime since Friday evening, during which at least 24 people were martyred and 215 people were injured.

 Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah, Secretary General of Hezbollah in Lebanon, said: Some regimes want to convince us that Israel is a dove of peace, but this regime is based on murder and crime.

Nasrallah added: What happened in Gaza is a clear and direct crime by the Israeli regime. He noted: "Some are looking to turn reality upside down, while Israel relies on committing crimes."

The Secretary-General of Lebanon's Hezbollah emphasized: Silence in the face of this attack and not responding will lead the enemy to carry out more assassinations against Palestinian leaders.

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The Zionist regime knows that the resistance is stronger than ever. Nasrallah further said: The resistance in Lebanon and Palestine has proven that the occupying army is defeated and humiliated.

According to the Secretary General of Hezbollah, experience has also proven that the US as the main supporter of the Zionist regime, fails in politics and the field, as it has failed in Iraq, Afghanistan, Iran, Yemen, Lebanon, Somalia, Venezuela, and Cuba.

Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah said in another part of his speech: Another enemy trick is to cast doubt and spread rumors to influence public opinion.

Sometimes a rumor amid war changes its fate. He added: For example, in Lebanon, they create suspicion that the reason for the difficult economic situation is the weapon of resistance.


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