Nasrallah warns of war this summer, worries he could be killed – report 

Source: Nasrallah warns of war this summer, worries he could be killed – report – Arab-Israeli Conflict – Jerusalem Post

Sources from within Hezbollah have denied the report, saying that all of it is a “fabric of the writer’s imagination,” according to Lebanon 24 news. Nasrallah will speak on Monday.

BY TZVI JOFFRE
 APRIL 21, 2019 06:25
Hassan Nasrallah

Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah warned top military commanders in a private meeting this week that there will be a war with Israel this summer and that he may not be around to support them, according to Elijah J. Magnier, a writer for the Kuwaiti Al Rai news.

“I may not remain among you for very long; it is possible that the entire first level of leadership could be killed, including myself,” Nasrallah reportedly told the commanders. “Measures and procedures have already been taken to be ready even if this extreme case happens.”

Elijah J. Magnier@ejmalrai

Hezbollah Leader: “the possibility of a war with Israel is very high this summer and I may no longer be with you”. https://ejmagnier.com/2019/04/20/hezbollah-leader-the-possibility-of-a-war-with-israel-is-very-high-this-summer-and-i-may-no-longer-be-with-you/ 

Al Rai is Kuwait’s daily newspaper. Surveys by the Washington-based Intermedia group have ranked the paper one among Kuwaiti newspapers.

Nasrallah reportedly said that he expects the war to take everybody by surprise, like the 2006 Lebanon War.

“Israel can surprise us all like it did in Gaza in 2008 with the objective of removing the threat on its borders once and for all,” Nasrallah stated. “This is what our people should know, and they should from now on be prepared for the worse-case scenario.”

According to the report, Hezbollah believes that Israel will evacuate Israeli settlements near the Lebanese border to prevent the possibility of kidnappings.

A “knowledgeable source” told Magnier that “this is the first time Sayyed Nasrallah has offered such a bleak perspective, raising the chances of war with Israel from 50/50 to 70/30.”

Magnier also claims that Nasrallah believes that other countries, including the USA, the UK and many Arab states could take part in an upcoming conflict.

Hezbollah’s “pessimism” comes after an evaluation of the regional situation, according to the Al Rai writer, including the outcome of the Israeli elections, US support for Israel and an increased international willingness to designate Hezbollah as a terrorist organization. Hezbollah is already taking measures to prepare for a conflict, according to Magnier, and has abandoned hundreds of locations in Lebanon.

Hezbollah may act aggressively toward the Lebanese government should they try to intervene, as in 2008, when they occupied Beirut when the government attempted to disrupt their communications system.

Sources from within Hezbollah have denied the report, saying that all of it is a “fabric of the writer’s imagination,” according to Lebanon 24 news. The sources also said that Nasrallah will speak about regional, international and local political issues on Monday afternoon.

 

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3 Comments on “Nasrallah warns of war this summer, worries he could be killed – report ”

  1. wingate Says:

    THATS good news – just opened a good bottle and put one in the fridge for when the world will finally be delivered from this mindsick, medieval nazi – scum !
    “He who curses Israel, I – the one and only God, the God of Israel – I will curse him!”

  2. arib Says:

    upcoming newly declared Jewish festival.

    “Herr Nasrallah, any day that you die will become a new Jewish festival recognized by Talmudic scholars, for all time, as a Hag Sameach Festival to be celebrated and remembered by Jews, forever.”

    Vaya Con el diablo, chingadero puta!


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