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Hezbollah Threatens Worldwide Terror Attacks, Yet EU Says Group Is Peaceful

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Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah, who gave a televised address on Monday evening, declaring the right to retaliate for the assassination of Samir Kuntar as he sees fit. Photo: Wikipedia.

Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah, who gave a televised address declaring the right to retaliate for the assassination of Samir Kuntar as he sees fit. Photo: Wikipedia.

Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah gave a speech on Sunday vowing to retaliate against Israel for the apparent assassination of arch-terrorist Samir Kuntar — but he said that the revenge may happen abroad.

Hezbollah’s Al Manar reports:

Marking one week since Samir Al-Kuntar’s assassination, Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah warned the Israeli enemy who’s hiding like rats alongside its borders that Hezbollah’s retaliation, which could be inside the Israeli entity or abroad, is inevitable.“To us, whatever are the consequences and threats, which we don’t fear, we can’t tolerate and forgive those who shed the bloods of our fighters and brothers anywhere in the world,” Sayyed Nasrallah said, warning the Israeli to be worried inside its borders and abroad, “they are the ones who miscalculated, not us.”

Hezbollah, whose “political wing” is still considered by Europe to not be related to terror, has just seen its undisputed leader of all wings threaten to launch  international terror attacks. Will that finally be enough to convince the EU that all of Hezbollah is a terror organization?

(The irony of a person who makes all his speeches from an undisclosed underground location saying that Israeli soldiers are “hiding like rats” is clearly lost on Nasrallah.)

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