Nasrallah emerges from his bunker and threatens: ‘Our rockets can reach all of Israel’

Nasrallah emerges from his bunker and threatens: 'Our rockets can reach all of Israel'

Hezbollah terror group leader Hassan Nasrallah has emerged from the safety of his underground bunker where he has been hiding from Israel since 2006 for a televised interview on Al-Manar on the 13th anniversary of the start of the 34-day war with Israel.

“War would bring Israel to the brink of extinction,” Nasrallah threatened.

“Once we could strike targets south of Haifa. Today, we can say that if Israel had sites south of Eilat, we could hit them too. All of Israel is within range of our missiles,” he said.

“I advise the Israelis not to repeat claims that it will return Lebanon to the Stone Age,” Nasrallah said.

“There is an area 70 kilometers long and 20 kilometers wide … we can destroy it all,” Nasrallah said before returning to sleep in his bunker.

Earlier this week, the US Treasury placed three members of the Lebanese terror group Hezbollah on a sanctions blacklist for terror-related activities and doing ‘Iran’s bidding’, including two members of the Lebanese Parliament and a security official responsible for coordinating between Hezbollah and Lebanon’s security agencies.

In April, the Trump administration offered rewards of up to $10 million each for information that disrupts the finances of Lebanon’s Hezbollah terror group. The State and Treasury departments said the money will be paid to people who provide information such as the names of Hezbollah donors and financiers, bank records, customs receipts or evidence of real estate transactions.