Palestinian captive movement lauds Hezbollah drills
The Palestinian captive movement underlines that the drills conducted by Hezbollah gave them hope of liberation, calling for the Axis to come together to grant them their liberty.
The Supreme Emergency Committee of the captive Palestinian movement in the occupation prisons said Monday that it watched with hope the drills conducted by the resistance fighters in southern Lebanon and the imitation of the capture of Israeli occupation soldiers.
This maneuver "comes in light of the administrative detainees in enemy prisons preparing to wage a new battle to combat the injustice against them, and the preparations of the re-arrested Wafaa Al-Ahrar prisoners for a movement aimed at compelling the enemy to liberate them," the Palestinian prisoners said.
The Palestinian prisoners in the occupation's prisons reaffirmed that their liberation as a religious, national, and human duty "is entrusted to the resistance forces in the Al-Quds Axis."
"The new glimmer of hope coming across the northern borders of Palestine and its counterparts from southern Palestine renews hope for the desired freedom and raises the voice of the prisoners," the prisoners underlined.
Finally, they called on the powers of the Axis of Resistance to liberate them and bring them together with their families once more.
During the drills, which witnessed extensive media coverage from Lebanese, Arab, and international media, snipers fired at enemy targets, while gunmen on motorcycles fired live bullets at fixed targets. Different military formations participated in the drills.
The drills also saw Hezbollah exhibiting various types of light and heavy machine guns, including rocket launchers, vehicles equipped with heavy machine guns and anti-aircraft weapons, and anti-tank and MANPADS, as well as electronic anti-drone weapons.
A high-standing cement wall, similar to the one erected by the Israeli occupation at the Palestinian-Lebanese borders was built. At the conclusion of the drills, the wall was detonated at numerous points, and the resistance fighters marched on from the holes created by the explosions.
Chairman of Hezbollah's Executive Council, Sayyed Hashem Safieddine, warned Sunday the Israeli regime that they would experience the effects of the Resistance's arsenal of precision missiles in action if they ever decide to commit any "foolish acts."
The Islamic Resistance official announced that the intended message of the drills was to convey the Resistance's readiness to confront any aggression and maintain the deterrence equation with the Israeli enemy.
Safieddine invited the Lebanese people to remain reassured and confident in the Resistance's ability to protect them. Furthermore, Safieddine reaffirmed Hezbollah's determination to liberate all Lebanese territories from Israeli occupation.
He carried on saying that the axis of resistance will persist and will prosper "from Gaza to the West Bank to the 48 Palestinian territories and Lebanon, all the way to the Islamic Republic of Iran."