Hezbollah: “The Resistance will not give in to the USA”

Hezbollah warns against the dangerous consequences of the Deal of the Century and insists on pursuing the axis of the Resistance in the face of this fatal plot, as well as in the face of the economic war and the sanctions imposed by the USA.

The vice-president of the Lebanese Hezbollah executive council, Sheikh Nabil Kaouk, warned of the dangerous consequences of the American plot to destroy the Palestinian cause, known as the “Deal of the Century”.

Sheikh Nabil Kaouk said on Monday, April 15 that US President Donald Trump would announce the details of the Deal of the Century after the new Netanyahu cabinet took office and that he would then begin to impose the plan.

The member of the Hezbollah Central Council said that normalization with Israel would be the price that Arab states would have to pay in the run-up to the Deal of the Century, whose achievements for Israel would be the recognition of its sovereignty over the Golan and the annexation of the West Bank.

“In Lebanon, too, we will not be immune to the fallout of the Deal of the Century, with regard to the accommodation of Palestinian refugees and threats from the enemy against the country’s oil and gas resources. And the Shebaa farms will also be exposed, more than at any other time,” warned Nabil Kaouk.

In addition, Hezbollah’s Deputy Secretary General, Sheikh Naïm Qassem, said that the American war in Syria was part of a plan to monopolize the region in Israel’s interests. “The war in Syria is a step in the[enemy’s] confrontation with the axis of the Resistance that we have already witnessed in conflicts against Lebanon, Palestine, Afghanistan and Iraq,” he added.

From the perspective of Sheikh Naïm Qassem, the United States seeks, through economic sanctions, to bring the axis of the Resistance to its knees; “but the Resistance will never give in to US plots,” the Deputy Secretary General of Lebanese Hezbollah reiterated.

 

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