Hezbollah is capable of upgrading its rockets to fend off Israeli threats
Secretary General of Lebanon’s Hezbollah resistance movement has said the enemies only threaten others with war but they know it will be very difficult and costly for them.
Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah said Hezbollah is capable of upgrading the quality of its rockets to fend off Israeli threats. He says the resistance group is making rockets and drones on its own and has the capability to turn rockets into precision missiles.
Nasrallah said in a televised speech on Wednesday that Hezbollah has developed the capability to make rockets and drones on its own. “We have started manufacturing drones,” he said, addressing the Israeli regime’s rulers. "We have been producing drones in Lebanon for a long time and whoever wants to buy them, submit an order," he added.
“We have the ability to convert our rockets into precision missiles and we started that years ago,” he said, adding that Hezbollah possesses thousands of rockets that the enemies are unable to locate. “I tell the Israelis that their ‘war between the wars’ has turned the threat into an opportunity for the resistance,” he said.
Nasrallah pointed out that in a few months Hezbollah will be 40 years old, saying the blood of the martyrs has baptized and strengthened the path of resistance. He made the remarks in a ceremony on the martyrdom anniversary of resistance leaders Sheikh Ragheb Harb, Sayyed Abbas al-Mousawi and Imad Mughniyeh.
Meanwhile, the deputy head of Lebanon’s resistance movement Hezbollah says Bahrain has committed “a historical crime” by normalizing ties with the Israeli regime, stressing that the kingdom would soon recognize that the normalization deal only serves the interests of Tel Aviv.
Speaking at a ceremony in Beirut on Wednesday, Sheikh Naim Qassem described Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett’s recent visit to Manama as an “act of treachery committed by the Bahraini leaders.”