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Nasrallah: ‘israel’ has no place in regions future; cancerous tumor must be eradicated

The leader of Hezbollah’s resistance movement has called for global efforts to eradicate the Zionist regime, saying it’s a “cancerous gland” that must be removed.

In televised remarks, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah said it’s their doctrinal, ethical, and religious responsibility to make every effort to get rid of Israel, which has committed countless atrocities against Palestinians.

Nasrallah stated that the ongoing fight for Gaza is a battle of existence, and the defeat of the Israeli regime in this battle will have significant effects across various fields in the entire region.

He emphasized that whoever can be part of the Gaza battle must join it.

The Lebanese leader said Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s insistence on continuing the war has worsened matters for the Zionist entity.

He added that although some governments have remained silent in the face of the atrocities, the bloodshed in Gaza has been awakening global public opinion and isolating the regime.

Nasrallah also cited warnings from the head of Israel’s central bank and army commanders about the disasters occurring inside the Israeli-occupied territories and the Israeli army’s failure to defeat Hamas in Gaza.

He also discussed the ongoing exchange of fire between Hezbollah and the Israeli regime, saying the battle of Gaza shapes the future of Lebanon and the whole region at the strategic, security, and national levels.

Nasrallah mentioned that the people of Lebanon support resistance against Israel and that the front is vigorously fighting the Israeli regime. He boasted that their attacks have made Israeli officials and settlers desperate.

Regarding Lebanon’s presidential crisis, he stated that the battle with Israel has no relation to the issue of Lebanon’s presidency.

He blamed foreign interventions and internal disagreements for the country’s failure to hold presidential elections for months.

He said the movement is ready to support efforts to overcome the deadlock and called for dialogue to bring internal issues to a satisfactory conclusion.

Elsewhere in his remarks, the Hezbollah leader hailed Yemen’s anti-Israel operations, expressing solidarity with the Yemeni people and army in the face of American-British aggression against them.

He praised the steadfastness of Yemenis in their efforts to support Gaza and their pledge that no amount of pressure can stop their anti-Israel operations.

Nasrallah also commented on the pro-Palestine student protests in the US, saying they’ve expanded the resistance front to Western society.

“For the first time, we feel that the resistance front is expanding to this extent through the movement of students in American and Western universities as part of the honorable, humanitarian, and moral stance against the Israeli crimes in Gaza,” he said.

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