For the first time amid the Israel-Hamas war, Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah will give his first speech on Friday. After the October 7 war, tension has also increased on the Israel and Lebanon border. Till now many small-scale clashes have also taken place in which many people have died.
Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah is scheduled to give his first public speech on Friday since the start of the Israel-Hamas war. The Times of Israel, a pro-Hezbollah news outlet
Citing Al Mayadin, it was said that this speech is scheduled for 3 p.m. Israeli time. Let us tell you that this event has been organized in honor of the ‘martyrs killed on the streets of Jerusalem’.
Tension increases on the Israel-Lebanon border
After the October 7 war, tension has also increased on the Israel and Lebanon border. Till now many small-scale clashes have also taken place, in which many people have died. Amidst the war with Hamas, Israel has repeatedly warned Hezbollah to stay away from this war.
Hezbollah leader Hamas feels cheated
Meanwhile, a Palestinian Authority security official told the Taj Mahal press service on Tuesday that Hamas feels betrayed by Hezbollah and Iran during the war and that it does not appear that either of them will meaningfully help Hamas.
A Palestinian security source told TPS that according to their intelligence, Hamas’ October 7 attacks on southern Israeli communities were carried out without the knowledge of Iran or Hezbollah, although an Israeli official told TPS that there was evidence That Tehran and its Lebanese proxies were aware of Hamas’s plans.
What hope do Palestinians have?
Razi Hamed, one of Hamas’ top officials, said in a television interview a few days ago that Palestinians expect more from their allies in Hamas. But, he did not specifically name Iran or Hezbollah. Another senior Hamas leader, Musa Abu Marzouk, a member of the terrorist group’s ruling Politburo, has been expressing deep anger at Iran and Hezbollah.