The Zionist military has threatened that Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, the head of Lebanon’s resistance movement, will be a target of assassination in Tel Aviv’s next war against Lebanon.
“There won’t be a clear victory picture in the next war, though it’s clear that Nasrallah is a target,” the military’s chief spokesperson, Brigadier General Ronen Manelis, told a conference for journalists in the city of Eilat on Monday.
“It is clear that if he dies, it will influence the [military] campaign,” Manelis added.
The Zionists launched two wars on Lebanon in 2000 and 2006, in both of which the Hezbollah fighters inflicted heavy losses on the regime’s army.
Elsewhere in his Monday remarks, Manelis admitted that the Zionist army is engaged in psychological and media warfare against Hezbollah.
The Zionist military is “active” in the field of “transition from traditional media consumption to social media…. Just in the past few weeks, we’ve taken a great many actions that caused consternation on the other side,” he added.
Manelis also claimed that the Zionist army “makes daily efforts, both overt and covert, in an effort to push back the next war.”
“However the next war will look different” given the Zionist military’s capabilities, he said, claiming that though the future confrontation is “difficult in Zionist Entity – in Lebanon it will be much worse.”
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