Nasrallah: One should never doubt that suicide bombers did not target Qaa, they came from Ersal not from refugee camps

Hezbollah chief, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, said on Friday that there was no doubt that the target of suicide bombers was Al-Qaa Christian village, indicating that the bombers came from Ersal not from refugee camps.

Sayyid Nasrallah’s fresh words on Friday came during a televised speech via al-Manar channel at 5.30 p.m. on the occasion of Quds Day.

Sayyid Nasrallah reiterated his condemnation of Al-Qaa attacks, saying that in the coming days the identity of the attack’s mastermind will be unveiled, “the suicide bombers of Al-Qaa were hidden in Ersal for a while and have a political cover.”

Nasrallah called upon Lebanese not to heed rumors, stressing that “the security in Lebanon is controlled thanks to the army and security forces efforts’.”

“The violation of security is normal, it can happen in any country for instance in Turkey, France, Belgium etc.,” noted Hezbollah chief, saying that cancelling Quds Day celebrations in Sayyed Al Shouhada Complex in Rweiss was not an indicator of insecurity in the country.

In the same context, Nasrallah said that Lebanon needed an official national strategy to counter terrorism.

He urged all Lebanese people, notably northern Bekaa citizens, to have confidence and “to know that we will protect them.”

Nasrallah did not fail to mention the triple suicide bombing at Istanbul’s Ataturk which was committed by Daash, according to the Turkish Prime Minister.

“We ask the other Lebanese party why Daash hit the airport in Istanbul? Although Turkey politically supports Daash and opened its borders for fighters passage to Syria, as well as for money transfer from the Gulf to Daash,” he remarked.

“In fact, the problem lies in the doctrine of Daash that is the same doctrine of Al Nusra, Al Qaeda, and Wahhabis, which calls for the expiation of any person, even if it was your father or your mother,” said Sayyed Hassan.

Concerning Quds Day, Nasrallah said that during this day, “we should shed the light on the Palestinian tragedy, this great cause, and precise who was responsible of this tragedy away from trying to show niceties.”

“Palestine is a stolen land and this right should not be forgotten with time… The Zionist entity should not be recognized and should disappear in order to give the Palestinians back their rights,” he said.

He pointed out that weakness did not justify the recognition of the enemy, or the normalization of bilateral relations or the establishment of trade, security, and diplomatic relations, adding that some Arab countries vote in favor of Israel in the United Nations and this contradicts with religion and morality.

“I ask these countries not to recognize Israel if they were powerless, and to leave this issue to future generations who will come and liberate the land and holy places, and the only road to liberation is the steadfastness and resistance,” highlighted Nasrallah.

He called upon “U.S. tools and servants to relinquish because we will never give up on Palestinians.”

Regarding Herzliya conference, Nasrallah regretted the participation of Arab delegations, describing it as a humiliation especially the participation of a representative of the Syrian opposition.

He noted that Israel emerged from the existential threat that it sensed after the year 2000.

Regarding Israel’s threats to kill, destroy, and displace, Nasrallah said that “this was not new because this was the enemy’s behavior.”

“We have information about Israel, its army, military, nuclear sites, and stores of weapons etc., but what was new in Herzliya conference was Israel’s recognition of this power that it called Hezbollah and which is capable of facing threat and has firmness and determination that allows it to resist to achieve victory,” Hezbollah chief concluded.

Source: National News Agency

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