Jan 14, 2024, 7:50 PM
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Israel mired in failure 100 days into Gaza war: Nasrallah

Jan 14, 2024, 7:50 PM
News ID: 85354165
Israel mired in failure 100 days into Gaza war: Nasrallah

Tehran, IRNA - The secretary general of Lebanon’s Hezbollah says the Israeli regime is mired in failure 100 days into its genocidal war against the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip.

“The people of Gaza have resisted against the Zionist regime’s aggression in a ground-breaking and unprecedented fashion,” Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah said in a televised speech on Sunday.

Since the October 7 al-Aqsa Storm Operation by the Hamas resistance movement, the Zionist regime has been mired in failure, and according to its own analysts, is stuck in a “deep quagmire”, he said.

Nasrallah added that the Israeli regime has achieved none of its initial objectives going into the war, not even an image of what victory might look like.

After withdrawing thousands of its troops from Gaza as part of its so-called third phase of the war, he said, Israel has now found itself in a position where it is fighting for just about “any gain” it can claim on the battlefield.

The Israeli military is suffering from low morale after facing 100 days of unbending resistance from Palestinians, with the latest figure showing that over 4,000 Israeli soldiers have been disabled, Nasrallah pointed out.

Only when the war is over will the enemy realize the true extent of the “catastrophe” it has suffered at the hands of the resistance in Gaza and their supporters in other fronts, he added.

“If the current trend in war fronts of Gaza, the West Bank, Lebanon, Yemen and Iraq continues, the Zionist enemy will accept the conditions of the resistance,” he further said.

The Hezbollah chief said that the genocide case filed against Israel at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) is unprecedented and has created tensions within the occupying regime.

Pointing to the joint strikes by the US and the UK against Yemen on Thursday, Nasrallah said Washington is mistaken to believe that such a “foolish act” would make the Yemenis reconsider their support for Palestine.

“US strikes on Yemen will result in more attacks on Zionist regime ships and those bound to the occupied territories and will further disrupt navigation in the Red Sea, turning this region into a war theater,” he noted.

“This was essentially a foolish act,” the Hezbollah chief said.


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