Hizbullah leader promises more ”surprises” to Israel
Hizbullah leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah said Thursday that his movement's leadership remains intact, appearing in an interview on Al-Jazeera a day after Israel claimed to have bombed a bunker where he may have been hiding.
"I can confirm without exaggerating or using psychological warfare, that we have not been harmed," he said. He also denied claims by Israel to have destroyed half of Hizbullah's rocket arsenal.
Nasrallah noted that he refuses to release the two captured Israeli soldiers unless Israel frees prisoners, and promised additional "surprises" in the next few days.
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