Hezbollah official warns 'Israel', Resistance is in constant readiness
Hezbollah Executive Council chief Sayyed Hashem Safieddine tells Tasnim he believes Hezbollah was created to bring the Israeli occupation to its knees.
Hezbollah Executive Council chief Sayyed Hashem Safieddine touched on regional developments, the Resistance, and the internal division within the Israeli occupation, Iranian news agency Tasnim reported.
Regarding Hezbollah's latest military drills in South Lebanon, Safieddine told Tasnim in an exclusive interview that "the clear message of the war game was that we are always prepared for whatever we have talked about so far, be it the Radwan Unit, entry into Al-Jalil, or a big and determining dream. It makes no difference. This is a serious and de facto message, not a hollow word."
Safieddine reminded that Hezbollah Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah has repeatedly warned that if the Israeli occupation "makes any miscalculation, our missiles will hit Tel Aviv and the Radwan Unit will enter Al-Jalil."
Referring to presenting the rifle of martyr Imad Mughniyeh to the commander of the Radwan Unit during the drills, the Hezbollah official said, "I believe that on the day when the Radwan Special Unit will enter Palestine, the gun that the family of Haj Imad has presented generously will be in the hands of the person that will enter not only Palestine but also al-Quds."
Sayyed Safieddine said he believed that Hezbollah was created to bring the Israeli occupation to its knees, stressing that Hezbollah will become stronger by the day and that the battle would continue until the moment of the demise of "Israel" and its withdrawal from the region.
Coordination between Resistance forces
Touching on the coordination between the Resistance forces of Syria, Palestine, and Lebanon over the Occupied Golan Heights, the Lebanese official said, "Our plan entails measures and actions of resistance."
He continued, "First of all, we won’t interfere in any region. Golan is a Syrian territory. The party that determines what will happen in Golan is the leadership of Syria, a wise and courageous leadership that makes appropriate decisions."
Safieddine underlined that Hezbollah will always be present in the arenas of need in the face of the Israeli occupation, whether in Golan or any other front and wherever circumstances require the Resistance to be present.
Israeli community shattered from within
Commenting on the ongoing state of internal division within the Israeli occupation, Sayyed Safieddine pointed to a possible eruption of a "civil war" between Israeli settlers.
He indicated that "the Israeli community is shattered from within. They don't have historic leaders anymore, as their historic leaders are gone. Their current leaders are petty leaders who are notorious for corruption and theft. Some have a criminal record and some will end up in prison. Some have pending criminal cases."
The Hezbollah Executive Council chief suggested that the current situation witnessed by the Israeli occupation is part of the fragile and collapsing social fabric of the Zionist entity, pointing out that the reality on the ground prompted Israelis to believe that their government and their presence in Occupied Palestinian territory is temporary.
Iran-Saudi agreement in the interests of the nation
Reacting to the Chinese-brokered agreement on the restoration of diplomatic ties between Iran and Saudi Arabia, Sayyed Safieddine affirmed that "Iran was powerful before the Beijing agreement, and it is still powerful and strong after it."
"The restoration of ties between Iran and Saudi Arabia is in the interests of the Ummah [nation] and the Islamic and Arab world. What happened in Beijing went counter to the interests of the US and Israel," he indicated.
Touching on "Israel's" interference in several countries neighboring Iran and its strong ties with the anti-Iranian opposition, Safieddine said, "When we saw that Pahlavi's son was in Israel, we laughed a lot and realized how weak Israel is."
"I think the people of Iran know better than I do; it is very ridiculous when a regime like Israel hosts Pahlavi's son to gain power by using him. Because naturally, the weak side needs a strong side to become strong, not a much weaker side."
US dollar, sanctions tools of American crimes
The Hezbollah official considered the US dollar and sanctions as tools of American crimes and pointed to Washington's economic terrorism against the countries of the region.
Elsewhere, Sayyed Safieddine stressed that the solution to Lebanon's current political problems and the presidential election crisis would require a Lebanese-Lebanese agreement, blaming the interference of foreign embassies in the country's affairs as the primary reason for the delay in reaching an agreement.