Nasrallah denies poison attack
Hizbullah leader Hassan Nasrallah on Saturday denied reports that he was targeted by a poison attack, attributing "such claims to a psychological war against the resistance." Nasrallah told the movement's al-Manar television the alleged campaign aims at "implying that Hizbullah is suffering from internal disputes and assassination plots."
"It is an attempt to distort Hizbullah's image," Nasrallah added. "They also target Hizbullah through spreading allegations about splits, differences, defection … and assassination attempts," Nasrallah stressed.
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