On Tuesday, Hizbullah leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah warned the Zionist regime that if it dared to start a new war with Lebanon, Hizbullah is prepared to hit Israel’s nuclear stockpiles under the so-called ‘textile factory’ at Dimona.
“We can turn the threat (of their nuclear capability) into an opportunity,” said Nasrallah.
Israeli Intelligence Minister Yisrael Katz replied in a statement: “If Nasrallah dares fire on the Israel’s home front or on its national infrastructure, then all of Lebanon will be hit.”
Hizbullah and Lebanese civilians are not surprised at Katz’s threat as they know by the past experience that coward Jewish soldiers love to targeting enemy civilians – from air and on ground.
“Speeches by Hezbollah’s leader this week were aimed at making clear to the new administration of US president Donald Trump that the Lebanese group could strike US interests by hitting Israel,” reported Israel’s Daily News And Analysis (DNA) site on February 17, 2017.
In 2014, former US president Jimmy Carter had claimed that the Zionist entity possesses 300 nuclear bombs stored underground at four locations.
On Monday, Speaker of Lebanese parliament, Nabih Berri, who is in Tehran to attend the 6th International Conference on Palestine told reporters: “We cannot forget that Israel has greedy ambitions, not only in the region but also especially in Lebanon, which is a thorn in its side. We do not forget the Islamic Republic of Iran’s support for the resistance in Lebanon, which secured that victory and, Allah willing, permanent victory.”
He also noted that from the era of Imam Khomeini until the era of the leader Ayatullah Ali Khamenei, all of the Islamic republic’s initiatives have always been aimed at the liberation of occupied Palestine.
The 2006 invasion of Lebanon was an attempt by Israel to eliminate the MAD counter force in Lebanon. It was an attempt that failed. Hizbullah had acquired low cost Russian AT-14 Kornet solid fuel anti-tank guided missiles (AGTM) and the Iranian trained Hizbullah commandos dug in massive numbers of concrete bunkers and firing positions. After over 50 Merkava main battle tanks were hit, and the high-tech American-made warplanes and pinpoint weapons proved ineffective, the handwritings were on the wall. Either use neutron bomb or lose a large number of Israeli soldiers to remove Hizbullah threat; or declare peace and walk away for the time being – the Israelis chose the latter (here).
Watch below a video showing how the White House covered Israeli nukes.