Hizbullah chief says fight with Israel just strted
Hizbullah chief Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah on Sunday said the Israeli offensive on Lebanon had not depleted its large stockpile of rockets, and warned that his group could strike almost anywhere in Israel. "We will continue. We still have a lot more and we are just at the beginning," Nasrallah said in a taped televised address. "We promise them surprises in (any) confrontation."
Nasrallah threatened "direct confrontation" if Israeli ground forces entered Lebanon, adding that his fighters have "complete strength and power" despite Israel's five-day bombardment. "As long as the enemy pursues its aggression without limits and red lines we will pursue the confrontation without limits and without red lines," Nasrallah said. "The enemy doesn't know our capabilities or what we have."
He also urged Arabs and Muslims worldwide to support his fighters, saying his group is fighting Israel on their behalf.
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