Nasrallah vows decisive victory against Israel
Lebanon's Hizbullah leader Hasan Nasrallah vowed decisive victory against Israel if it launches any attack against Lebanon. Addressing the Imam Mahdi scouts in Beirut’s southern suburb, Nasrallah said that the Islamic Resistance leadership sees that “this sum of threats and noise against Lebanon is attributed to internal reasons inside Israel.” “We do not underestimate or undervalue these threats, but we deal with them with confidence and resolution.”
He also pledged that any new war Israel will impose on Lebanon “will be swift and victory shall be fast, crystal clear and unequivocally decisive. The army of our enemy will witness an unprecedented method of fighting by courageous, tough and devoted resistance fighters in the battlefield; something they had never seen since the establishment of their usurping entity.”
“I would like to confirm that those recent threats made by (Israeli PM Ehud) Olmert and some of his ministers also come within the same framework of intimidation and psychological war against Lebanon, otherwise, there is no rationale for all of this. The Israelis speak about the policy statement of the Lebanese government and say that the government has adopted the resistance and has given Hizbulah an umbrella, therefore it has to pay the price. This is ridiculous, because the policy statement of the former government was a text stronger in supporting the resistance than the present one," Nasrallah told his supporters.