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What would be the Europeans’ fate if they were involved in war on Lebanon?

Tehran Times – Since October 2023, it is nothing new for the Western mainstream media to broadcast news that the Israeli enemy intends to launch a war against Lebanon.

During a recent trip to the Middle East, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken reportedly informed an Arab counterpart that Israel appears determined to attack Lebanon. In fact, Blinken is consistent with the new wave of intimidation to pressure Hezbollah to stop its heroic operations in support oppressed people of Gaza.

The pace of events -during the past eight months- and regardless of whether or not there is a possibility of broad war, has pushed Hezbollah to raise the level of its military readiness in conjunction with a diplomatic campaign led by its Secretary-General, Sayyed Hasaan Nasrallah, as he has clearly revealed in his recent speech. 

The Secretary-General of Hezbollah vowed during his speech on January 14 that no amount of US pressure or “intimidation” will halt Hezbollah’s daily operations. “The Americans threatened Lebanon, saying that if the southern front was not de-escalated, Israel would wage a war against the country … Your intimidation will not work, neither today, nor tomorrow, nor any day,” Sayyed Nasrallah said.  

Meanwhile, the entire Zionist colonial settlers are aware that their fate is identical to what has taken place in the northern occupied Palestinian territories.  Accordingly, the enemy’s political and military leadership has realised that in case of a comprehensive confrontation erupts, they will be obliged to submit to Hezbollah’s innovative rules of engagement.

“The Israeli army, when it was in good shape and fully equipped, was destroyed in the face of our resistance forces during the July War of 2006 … Israel and its settlers are the ones who should fear war, not Lebanon,” Sayyed Nasrallah went on to say, adding, “We have been ready for war for 99 days, and we are not afraid of it. We will fight without limit [if war is imposed on us].”

His Eminence Sayyed Nasrallah has drawn the attention of regional and international players who support the Israeli enemy (militarily, diplomatically and politically) to the fact that the consequences to launch an aggression against Lebanon is completely different than Gaza. 

Sayyed Nasrallah has further made it clear to the Western governments that the comprehensive confrontation would affect everyone who supports the aggression against the resistance in Gaza, Lebanon, Iraq and Yemen, as he has clearly confirmed that the Mediterranean Sea would be forbidden to the occupation forces and their supporters.

Speaking about Cyprus, Sayyed Nasrallah has not only aimed to discourage the tiny island’s officials from cooperating with the Israeli occupation, but rather to make clear to them that they are responsible for any military operation that happens on their land, and that Hezbollah is not concerned with the illogical talk that there are bases that are considered foreign lands like the British bases.  

For the resistance in both Lebanon and Palestine, Cyprus represents the West. Thus, if the old continent is currently moaning about the failures of the war against Russia, then it will groan more for supporting the war on Gaza. Moreover, it should have already learned a lesson from what is happening in the Red Sea. However, its painful groaning will be harsher if it gets involved in the war on Lebanon. 

Sayyed Nasrallah seems to be saying that if the Cypriots perceive what it means for their lands to turn into operating bases for the Israeli forces, then the excuse of being unable to change the equations does not absolve them of responsibility. The Cypriots cannot deny the Israeli enemy’s military activity, nor deny that military intelligence delegations – the Americans, British, French and Israelis – have held, and are holding, a series of meetings on their territory with the aim of providing security and intelligence support to the Israeli occupation.

The Europeans know well that Hezbollah’s naval weapons are entirely different from the Yemenites, noting that Sayyed Nasrallah seriously warned in his first speech after “Operation Al-Aqsa Flood” that Hezbollah had prepared for the American naval forces a fate which is more painful than what they endure in the early 1980s in Beirut, the time Hezbollah was initially established.

The Israeli enemy, Washington, and the entire West are consequently supposed to comprehend well that a full-fledged aggression will face upsets that they had never ever imagined.

by Sondoss Al Asaad

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