Israel to vanish, says Hizbullah chief
Hizbullah chief Hassan Nasrallah on Monday stated that the return of Palestinian refugees to their homeland is a right and believed that it would be achieved soon.
Addressing the protesters who marched on Israel's borders with Lebanon, Syria and Gaza on Sunday, the Shiite leader hailed their "courage and belief" for confronting Israel.
According to him, the demonstrations transformed the meaning of Nakba Day and proved to Israel that the protestors hold onto their uncompromising right to return to Palestine. "Let no one fear naturalization because your firm decision is to return" to your homeland, Nasrallah said.
Nasrallah told the demonstrators. "You are adamant to liberate your land no matter how many sacrifices you make and the fate of this entity is to fade."
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