Last week Nasrallah threatened his opposition in Lebanon and the International Court of Justice in The Hague, claiming Israel was behind attempts to charge his group for assassinating Hariri. Nasrallah also issued a veiled threat against the current Lebanese prime minister and accused him of assisting the US in hurting Hizbullah.
In a televised speech in honor of the so-called Martyr Day and with rising tensions ahead of the completion of a UN investigation in the backdrop, Nasrallah stressed that “Those who imagine that we will allow the arrest or detention of any of our fighters are mistaken. We will cut off the hand that reaches out for any one of them. Those who think that the resistance will not defend itself and its dignity against any accusation are mistaken,” he said.
Ashkenazi said the “radical axis” in the Middle East is gaining strength, and praised Canada for training Palestinian security forces in the West Bank [Judea and Samaria]. On Monday, the IDF chief is expected to observe a training exercise of Canada's special forces. He is due to arrive in the US later in the week for talks with his American counterpart and senior Obama administration officials.
Posted on November 16, 2010
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