Terrorist organization Hezbollah doubles the stock of guided missiles, says- will avenge Sulemani's death

The stock of Hezbollah weapons is constantly increasing. Hasan Nasrallah, the leader of this Lebanese based terrorist organization, claimed that the stock of guided missiles has been doubled in a year. Israel has failed to stop acquiring these weapons. His organization has been able to attack anywhere in Israel and occupied Palestine areas.

  Nasrallah also threatened Israel in an interview that he would be responded to if he attacked in the Beca area. In recent months, Israel has expressed concern that Hezbollah is in the process of setting up a production center to build a guided missile in the Beka region of eastern Lebanon. In a four-hour interview, Nasrallah called US President Donald Trump a freak. Hezbollah, Iran's main partner in West Asia, has staunch enmity with Israel. Nasrallah reiterated the promise that the death of Iranian commander Qasim Suleimani would be avenged. Sulemani was killed in a US drone strike in Baghdad last January.

Nasrallah also vowed to avenge Israel's assassination of a Hezbollah fighter in Syria earlier this year. Regarding President Joe Biden's incoming US administration, Nasrallah said Iran would not negotiate with the US on behalf of its allies or discuss conflicts in the region. He said that Tehran would only talk about the Iran nuclear deal with Washington.

Hizbullah's 3 terrorists acquitted in Hariri's murder case

 Earlier, a special court working in the Netherlands under the United Nations convicted Salim Ayash, a member of Hizbollah, a terrorist organization accused in the murder case of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri, but acquitted the remaining three terrorists. In this, Salim Ayash was implicated in the conspiracy, but the Hezbollah leadership and Syria have been given a clean chit.

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