Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah threatened Israel Friday, stating that it does not want conflict, but that it will ‘assuredly win,’ if the two sides were to go to war, speaking out on the heels of a reported Israeli strike on Hezbollah targets in Syria Thursday night.
Speaking 18 years after Israel pulled its forces out of southern Lebanon, Nasrallah struck a defiant tone, saying that “threats and scare tactics have no effect on us.”
“The weapons Hezbollah had before the Israeli pullout were minor and incomparable to those it possesses today,” he said.
Israel’s military believes Hezbollah has between 100,000 and 120,000 short- and medium-range missiles and rockets, as well as several hundred long-range missiles, with the medium-range missiles capable of reaching Tel Aviv.
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