Hezbollah leader warns Israel of growing 'deterrence capabilities' on anniversary of withdrawal
The leader of Hezbollah, Hassan Nasrallah said Sunday that the group's operatives are, "active day and night to improve our deterrence capabilities," and that this progress "worries the Israeli enemy."


In his speech commemorating the 14th anniversary of Israel's withdrawal from southern Lebanon, Nasrallah said that Israel's violations in the border area are increasing and that, "this will have to stop. If necessary, the resistance will intervene and not remain silent in the face of the insults that are suffered by members of the Lebanese nation." (Roi Kais)