“CIt’s up to us to talk about surprises. He (Netanyahu) should expect surprises from us (…)”, replied the leader of the Islamist group in a speech broadcast live.

Since the start of the war in the Gaza Strip on October 7, Hezbollah has carried out daily attacks against Israel, in support of its Palestinian ally Hamas. The Israeli army responded with attacks in Lebanon and against Hezbollah officials.

“We have eliminated hundreds of Hezbollah agents,” Benjamin Netanyahu said on Thursday, adding: “We have detailed, important and even surprising plans” for this northern front.

This Friday, Hassan Nasrallah said that he would like to tell the Israeli ruler and the “enemy government” that “all eventualities and all scenarios that could be resorted to” were studied and considered.

Hamas and Iran’s other allies in the region are the ones who “surprised” Israel, which “has the most powerful army and information services in the region”, considered Nasrallah, exemplifying with the October attack and the opening of the Lebanese front on Following.

“Yemen surprised you”, with its Houthi rebels attacking ships in the Red Sea, just as “Iraq surprised you, as did Iran, when they bombed their consulate” in Damascus, he added.

On April 1, an attack attributed to Israel targeted the Iranian consulate in Damascus, killing seven Iranian soldiers, and on April 13 Tehran retaliated with an unprecedented attack on Israel.

Speaking at a ceremony honoring Iranian President Ebrahim Raissi and his comrades killed in a helicopter crash on Sunday, the Hezbollah leader reiterated that his group had opened a front with Israel “to support Gaza”.

“We want the war to end at any moment,” the official said, arguing that Netanyahu “is determined to go to war, he will lead his country to disaster.”

The ongoing war in the Gaza Strip stems from Israel’s retaliation for the unprecedented October attack carried out by Hamas in October and has already caused more than 35,700 deaths, according to updated figures from local authorities.

The conflict has also caused nearly two million people to be displaced, plunging the overpopulated and poor Palestinian enclave into a serious humanitarian crisis, with more than 1.1 million people in a “situation of catastrophic hunger” that is claiming victims – “the highest number ever recorded” by the UN in studies on food security in the world.

In October, Hamas killed more than 1,170 people, most of them civilians, in addition to taking 252 hostages, according to Israeli authorities.

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