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Hassan Nasrallah says US soldiers, officers to return home in coffins


Syed Umarullah HussainiWeb Editor

06th Jan, 2020. 10:46 am
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Hassan Nasrallah

Hezbollah movement secretary general Hassan Nasrallah severely condemned assassination of Lt. Gen. Qassem Soleimani.

Hezbollah movement secretary general said US soldiers and officers would return home in coffins in retaliation.

He addressed in a televised speech from the Lebanese capital city of Beirut.

Hassan Nasrallah said “When the coffins of American soldiers and officers begin to be transported”

“Then US President and his administration will realize that they have really lost the region and will lose the elections,”

Moreover Nasrallah said response to assassination was not only Iran’s responsibility, but also that of the entire axis of resistance.

Furthermore The Hezbollah chief noted that US act of terror marks the start of a new phase for the entire Middle East region.

Hassan Nasrallah added the two top military commanders attained their ultimate goals.

He said they embraced martyrdom, and extended his deepest condolences to their families.

Furthermore The Hezbollah head added, “We are witness to a heinous crime whose perpetrators are well-known. ”

“US President Donald Trump said he had ordered the (drone) strike (on the airport in Baghdad, Iraq).”

Elsewhere in his remarks, Nasrallah said, “US scenarios in Syria have been foiled.”

“Trump has abandoned the Kurds and his decision concerning the withdrawal of American troops represents his confusion. ”

“All attempts to undermine the resistance front in Lebanon and Yemen have been unsuccessful as well.”

However, The Hezbollah secretary general went on to note that Trump did not manage to impose the “deal of century” thanks to the Palestinian nation’s steadfastness.

Moreover He underlined that the US was about to lose control of Iraq following the defeat of Daesh and parliamentary polls in the country.

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