Netanyahu: Nasrallah’s threats from deep inside his underground bunker don’t impress us

Netanyahu: Nasrallah's threats from deep inside his underground bunker don't impress us

In a televised speech from the underground bunker where he has been hiding from Israel since 2006, Hezbollah terror group leader Hassan Nasrallah said that if IDF ground forces enter Lebanon today, Israelis will “watch their destruction on live broadcast”.

Speaking to mark the 13th anniversary of the 2006 Second Lebanon War, Nasrallah said that the 33-day war was aimed at creation of a new Middle East region, where Tel Aviv would have performed the leading role.

“Israeli military experts acknowledge that the Israeli army is incapable of waging a fresh war on Lebanon,” Nasrallah said.

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The terror group chief also praised the recent terror attacks in Judea and Samaria, saying the Muslim teen-terrorists who carried them out where the next generation of Palestinian Jihadists.

“Nasrallah’s threats don’t impress us. He knows full well why he makes them from deep inside his underground bunker”, Primer Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tweeted.