Lebanon's Hezbollah Secretary-General said on Monday that the 2000 victory ended the so-called "Greater Israel" project and shattered the myth of the "invincible army".

Iran PressMiddle East: Secretary General of Lebanon’s Hezbollah resistance movement says the resistance front’s victory over Israel in the year 2000 put an end to the myth of the regime’s invincibility and the so-called Greater Israeli project.

Nasrallah made the comments while addressing a ceremony held in the Lebanese capital city of Beirut in the early hours of Tuesday to mark the 40th anniversary of the resistance movement's foundation.

The Resistance leader considered that one of the results of the legendary steadfastness in the July 2006 war was thwarting the so-called "New Middle East" project and ending the "Greater Israel" project, not to mention the Resistance's engagement in the file of restoring Lebanon's oil and gas rights.

He also hailed Hezbollah’s victory in the 33-Day War against Israel in 2006 as one of its most important achievements.

Nasrallah added that the movement’s role in reclaiming the country’s rights in its dispute with Israel over an offshore gas field is one of the achievements of the 33-Day War.

Nasrallah stated that the movement will not give in to any threats regarding the demarcation of Lebanon’s maritime borders, describing such threats as worthless.

Nasrallah also said that Hezbollah opposes normalization with Israel, and will continue to support for Palestine

The leader of the Hezbollah movement went on to note that the movement has been maintaining close ties with all resistance groups in Palestine and will continue to do so.

Nasrallah emphasized that the Palestinian cause is part of the nation’s religion, culture, honor and dignity and there is no place for abandoning that cause in any way. 219

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