Hezbollah to continue path of Soleimani after U.S. strike, says Nasrallah


BEIRUT – Lebanon’s Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah said on Friday his powerful Shi’ite militia group would continue the path of Iran’s Major-General Qassem Soleimani after his death in a U.S. air strike, broadcaster Al Manar reported. 

Hezbollah chief hassan Nasrallah ( L) and IRGC-Qods Force commander Qasem Soleimani. Hezbollah was created by the Qods Force in 1982 and continues to operate as one of its divisions. Soleimani was Nasrallah’s boss

Nasrallah said the United States would not be able to achieve its goals with this “big crime” and just punishment was the responsibility of all fighters, Al Manar reported.

“Meting out the appropriate punishment to these criminal assassins … will be the responsibility and task of all resistance fighters worldwide,” Hassan Nasrallah said in a statement on Friday .

“We who stayed by his side will follow in his footsteps and strive day and night to accomplish his goals,”he added

“We will carry a flag on all battlefields and all fronts and we will step up the victories of the axis of resistance with the blessing of his pure blood,” Nasrallah added

File photo : Ayatollah Ali Khamenei L is shown with Hassan Nasrallah, leader of the Lebanese Shiite movement Hezbollah C and Qassem Soleimani — the commander of Iran’s elite Quds Force.

The “axis of resistance” is a term that refers to an alliance formed by Iran, Syria and Hezbollah to fight against Israel and the Western military presence in the region.

The heavily armed Hezbollah group controls whole neighbourhoods in Beirut and most of the south and north eastern Lebanon

It also has fighters deployed in Syria and Iraq who were operating under Soleimani’s command.




One response to “Hezbollah to continue path of Soleimani after U.S. strike, says Nasrallah”

  1. It is better to make changes in the path , because another drone could easily find you and if you will not be wearing a real special ring they may not to be able to identify you . Stick to your bunker it is safer

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