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Aramco incident shows strength of Yemeni resistance: Nasrallah

Secretary General of the Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah delivers a speech broadcast from the Lebanese capital city of Beirut on September 20, 2019.

Mariam Saleh
Press TV, Beirut


The Secretary General of Lebanon’s resistance movement Hezbollah says the recent retaliatory attack on Saudi Arabia’s Aramco oil facilities bears witness to the strength of the Yemeni resistance. 

Speaking on Friday during a memorial ceremony for late Sheikh Hussein Kourani, a prominent Shia cleric, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah added the incident showed that oil is more valuable than human blood for the US and Europe, slamming the international community for not mentioning one word of solidarity with the people of Yemen.

The Hezbollah leader also warned the Saudis and Emiratis that they are gambling on a failed US plan and that they should safeguard their airspace and their money by ending the war.

Nasrallah reiterated that the resistance front will never let the Israeli air violations go unanswered. He stressed that the resistance has every right to confront Israeli air violations which have decreased, noting that Netanyahu risked everything for the sake of the elections and still failed.

With the rules of engagement in Lebanon still intact and the growing strength of Yemen making a statement, observers believe the region is in a state of transformation with the US and its allies in a state of denial.

Nasrallah also spoke of the trial of an Israeli agent who entered Lebanon using a US passport, saying that every Israeli collaborator should be punished.


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