Hezbollah Leader Threatens Escalation With Israel But Stops Short of Declaring WarChris Menahan
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Hezbollah leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah said Friday during his much-hyped speech that "all options are on the table" but stopped short of declaring war on Israel.
From ZeroHedge, "Hezbollah Chief: US 'Directly Responsible' For Gaza Atrocities, Will Soon Pay 'Heavy Price'":
Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah's speech went for just under one-and-a-half hours, and while full of threats and ultra-provocative heated words aimed at Israel and the United States, this was not a declaration of war speech. But he emphasized that Hezbollah's full entry into war with Israel will be determined based on developing events in Gaza, and whether Israel halts its attacks on the Palestinian people. Shelling on the Israel-Lebanese border was reportedly ongoing through and by the end of the speech in Beirut (Nasrallah addressed his top officers via remote feed from a secure location). Some highlights from Nasrallah's speech...Kuwait's Al-Jarida newspaper, citing Iranian diplomatic sources, reported on Friday that Nasrallah had delivered an ultimatum to the US demanding that Israel agree to a ceasefire in Gaza by Friday or else he will announce "a general mobilization of Shia units for war with Israel and will launch military operations against Israel from all directions."
Evidently, that was just a bluff.
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