Hezbollah’s new tactics

February 19, 2008 - 0:0

Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah’s vow to launch an all-out war against the Zionist regime in response to Israel’s assassination of Imad Mughniyeh in Damascus has frightened Israel’s military and political leaders.

Nasrallah, whose threats are taken seriously by Zionist regime leaders, warned that the war with Israel could be expanded beyond the borders of Lebanon and Israel.
Israel is in a susceptible position outside of the occupied territories, and any expansion of the war would impose heavy financial and military costs on the Zionist regime.
Although Israel uses the most sophisticated surveillance in its war against the resistance fighters in the occupied territories, it is impossible for it to protect its interests all over the world.
In addition, the fact that the Zionist regime’s military and intelligence agencies are on red alert will cost Israel tens of millions of dollars every day and will eventually exhaust its soldiers and spies.
The Zionist regime has made a great mistake which may cause Hezbollah to expand the war beyond Lebanon’s borders.
Over the past 25 years, Hezbollah has never tried to expand the scope of its campaign against the Zionist occupiers beyond Lebanon because they regard themselves as freedom fighters whose task is to liberate the Lebanese territory occupied by Israel.
Hezbollah, whose international status has risen as a result of the 34-day war with Israel in 2006, now regards the scope of its operations to be expanded, and the future will show that Tel Aviv cannot withstand the onslaught of millions of Muslims.
Since Mughniyeh was assassinated outside of Lebanon, Hezbollah may feel compelled to carry out some operations against the Zionist regime’s military and security interests across the world.
Israel, which has been conducting state-sponsored terrorism for the past 60 years, is making the law of the jungle the norm in the world and undermining international institutions, including the United Nations.
The martyrdom of the Hezbollah commander was a sorrowful event for the resistance fighters, but it will compel the organization to immediately appoint a successor, and the experienced forces of the resistance movement will avenge the death of Mughniyeh