Our rockets can reach everywhere: Hezbollah chief to Israel
Hassan Nasrallah speaks during a rare public appearance ahead of the Shia Ashura commemoration, November 3, 2014 (File/AFP)
Nasrallah made a speech via video link to a crowd of thousands in southern Beirut in a speech marking the Shi'a Islam occasion of Ashoura.
“Israelis are saying in the media that they would have to close down Ben-Gurion Airport and the Haifa port and yes, that’s true,” Lebanon's Daily Star quoted Nasrallah as saying.
“You should close all of your airports and your ports because there is no place in the land of occupied Palestine that the resistance’s rockets cannot reach,” he added.
He rejected the notion that Hezbollah was overwhelmed by its involvement in the Syrian civil war and had become distracted from its "resistance" against Israel.
“They know that going to war with the resistance will be very costly because we are more determined, stronger, more experienced ... and we are capable of achieving such accomplishments.”