Nasrallah accomplished his mission successfully: Israeli Media
Israeli media confirm that the Secretary-General of Hezbollah, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, succeeded in the battle of consciousness that involved the negotiations for the demarcation of the Lebanese maritime borders.
The Secretary-General of Hezbollah, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, succeeded in the battle of awareness that involved negotiations to demarcate the Lebanese southern maritime borders, Israeli media said.
Sayyed Nasrallah "spoke this evening about negotiations with 'Israel' and did not utter a single threatening word; on the contrary, he expressed his hope that they would succeed and that everyone perceives Lebanon in its wisdom and unity,” writer and commentator on Middle East affairs in the Israeli newspaper Maariv, Jackie Houji, said through his account on Twitter.
"Has he become a moderate? No. He simply completed his mission successfully," he said.
Sayyed Nasrallah "is not a partner in the US-brokered negotiations; he is rather excluded from the negotiations," Houji pointed out, noting that now he [Nasrallah] can say thanks to my threats, 'Israel' has shown leniency, and without the Hezbollah, Lebanon's rights would have been taken away."
"This morning, the US ambassador presented to Michel Aoun (President of the Lebanese Republic) a formula for the agreement proposal with 'Israel', and within several days, Lebanon is expected to respond," he said, adding that this is why "this is not the best time to threaten but the time to celebrate the end of a successful conscious process, during which he [Nasrallah] played the role of a responsible person, and he made it."
For his part, writer and commentator on political affairs at Wallah!, Barak Rapid, said on his Twitter account: "A Western official source familiar with the negotiations between 'Israel' and Lebanon told me that the US envoy Amos Hochstein also handed 'Israel' the draft agreement on the maritime borders."
"The western source added that the Hezbollah Secretary-General was positive in his response during the speech he delivered live on TV," noting that the source confirmed that "we still have more work to do, and many things could impede the process, but we are at the most advanced stage at this point."
Earlier today, the Secretary-General of Hezbollah stressed that " the importance of what is happening today is there being a written text from the mediating party that the President, Parliament Speaker, and the Prime Minister have received," adding that "We are before decisive days in the demarcation issue, and the position of the heads of the state will be clarified, as well as where things are headed."
Today morning, Al Mayadeen correspondent reported Saturday that Lebanon received the written response from the US mediator, Amos Hochstein, regarding the indirect negotiations with the Israeli occupation over the demarcation of maritime borders.