Hezbollah’s Secretary General, Sayyid Hassan Nasrallah, affirmed on Sunday that his organization will not leave Syria until they achieve final victory against the Gulf-sponsored militants.
Sayyid Nasrallah began this speech on Sunday by commemorating the fallen Hezbollah commander, Hatem Hamadeh, who was killed in Aleppo last week.
“It’s a huge battle we are fighting in the region…Early on, we observed the regional upheavals, starting with Tunisia…We were among the first to have realized the projects of certain countries to destroy the region, as a prelude to bringing about demographic and geographical changes,” he explained.
“Those who rely on our tiredness and the fatigue of our families are desperate…We have always prepared for the battle with the Zionist enemy, and our continuous readiness to fight our enemies is eternal…We never become tired; it is in our genes! Let no one count on our weariness, for only our victory in Syria, the victory of our axis and the defeat of all plots of disintegration shall bring us back to Lebanon,” Nasrallah added.
Hezbollah’s Secretary General then dispelled the rumors that his soldiers were ordered to fight in Syria by a third party, adding that it was solely the decision of his organization to participate in the conflict.