Salami: Stage is Set for "Israel's" Collapse
IRGC Commander-in-Chief Major-General Hossein Salami receives Hezbollah Deputy Secretary-General Naim Qassem, where he commended Hezbollah's capabilities and intelligence, acknowledging that "Israel" is doomed if a war takes place.
The Commander-in-Chief of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, Major General Hossein Salami, said the stage is set for "Israel's" collapse. It is enough for "Israel" to commit one mistake for the next war to start, which would be "the war of their death," added Salami.
Salami's words came during his reception of Hezbollah Deputy Secretary-General Naim Qassem in Tehran, where the major general commended the resistance for its "intelligence and capabilities."
The Iranian chief said Hezbollah was "the power that guarantees the Lebanese people's pride and security," adding, "The Zionist entity is well aware of the scope of [Hezbollah's] power."
Major General Salami stated that as the resistance axis is increasing in strength, the enemy of the resistance is growing weaker and approaching its demise despite trying to prove otherwise through psychological warfare.
He indicated that "Israel" has the heroic Hezbollah and Seif Al-Quds against it, indicating that Hezbollah's latest move to repel the occupation forces proved that nothing has changed.
Salami stated that the Zionists are well aware that if Hezbollah is set in motion, they must definitely flee from the occupied territories.
The more they flee, the harder it will be for them to do so, and the Zionists will face a grand moral crisis. This, in turn, would lead to the collapse of the Zionist entity, "which is not considered difficult," Salami added.
He also stressed that the Islamic revolution and the Iranian people would continue supporting the resistance in Lebanon. "Hezbollah is not only a military power, but it is also a resilient pillar of support for the Lebanese people," he continued.
"The enemy thought that the resistance front would lose its mainstay following the martyrdom of Major General Qassem Soleimani, as they did not know that martyr Soleimani is stronger and more capable than the living Qassem Soleimani," Salami indicated.
Sheikh Naim Qassem was in Iran for the inauguration of Iranian President-elect Ebrahim Raisi. Sheikh Qassem said Hezbollah was able to hold its position and maintain its environment despite "some problems and the enemies' attempts at sanctioning Lebanon, pressuring it, and destabilizing its security."
He also commended Hezbollah's good reputation among the Lebanese people, which he said, "Caused despair and concern among Lebanon's enemies."