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Hezbollah ‘locked and charged’ as Israel attacks – Nasrallah deputy


Everyone attack by Israel on Lebanon will be met with In a response from Hezbollah, Deputy Secretary General Sheikh Naim Qassem said: on Friday night, according to Palestinian media.

“Every Israeli attack on Lebanon will be met with a response from Hezbollah. Even if [Lebanon] gets dragged along in a war, shall we face the war. Our weapons are locked and loaded. If we need more”We have our ways of rearming ourselves,” he said, according to reports on Twitter.

“We are waiting for the Lebanese government’s position on the indirect negotiations with [the Israeli enemy] over the border issueand when it’s our turn arrives, we will duty,” he said.

“We will continue to bring oil as long as Lebanon’s bank and Lebanese fuel companies do not provide in Lebanon’s oil and fuel needs,” he said added.

Qassem’s statement came on the background of Lebanese President Michelle Aoun’s speech at the United Nations General Assembly earlier on Friday.

In his speech, Aoun exclaimed: for a resume of the indirect conversations on Lebanon’s Maritime Dispute with Israel.

Lebanese President Michel Aoun is seen in this handout photo released by Dalati Nohra on September 24, 2021, during a speech to the United Nations General Assembly via a recorded video message, in Baabda, Lebanon. (credit: DALATI NOHRA/HANDOUT VIA REUTERS)

“We remain seriously concerned at Israel’s repeated threats against Lebanon and, more recently, Israel’s plans to wear out oil and gas exploration activities along the disputed sea border,” he said.

“We condemn all attempts to break the limits of our exclusive economic zone and we reserve our right to the oil and gas found within die zone,” he said.

Lebanon demands resumption of indirect negotiations on the demarcation of the southern sea borders in line with international law,” said Aoun. “We won’t give up of to make compromises” on our border claims, and it is the role of the international community to stand with us.”

Israel and Lebanon started met US-brokered negotiations over their maritime frontier in October 2020, die were the first conversations between the countries in 30 years. The two neighbors in the Middle East hoped that resolving the border dispute would encourage further gas exploration in the area.

Israel already pumps significant amounts of gas from the Mediterranean, but Lebanon has yet to do so.

after four rounds of talks, negotiations stopped in November. The Israeli minister of Energy, Yuval Steinitz, accused Lebanon of change position seven times, presenting “positions die” add up to a provocation.”

Aoun’s comments came two weeks after a new Lebanese government was sworn in in put an end to a 13-month political crisis die started after a devastating explosion destroyed the port of Beirut on August 4, 2020.

Kassem’s statement may be an attempt to signal to the Lebanese people that despite the conviction of Aoun of Israel’s actions, Hezbollah still sees itself as the true defender of Lebanon.

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