Nasrallah: New Front With Israel “Might Not Help” the Palestinian Intifada
Hizbullah’s secretary-general Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah said he believed that opening the southern front with Israel “might not help” the Palestinian intifada.
In an interview with the London-based Al-Majallah magazine, published Friday, Nasrallah said that because Hizbullah had no branches outside Lebanon, its members had to go to Jordan themselves to transfer weapons to the Palestinian resistance, which he added, “needs all the help it can get.”
Nasrallah also said that an Israeli spy ring recently uncovered in Lebanon had not penetrated the ranks of the resistance movement.
He denied any links between Hizbullah and Osamam Bin Laden’s Al-Qaeda network, and slammed ongoing efforts to make peace with Israel. (Albawaba.com)