Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah is to deliver a speech on Saturday (November 11), in the second appearance by the Lebanese resistance’s leader since the Operation Al-Aqsa Flood took place on October 7 .
The televised speech will be aired via Al-Manar at 15:00 (Beirut local time) on Saturday, which marks Hezbollah Martyr’s Day.
In his latest appearance on Friday (November 3), Sayyed Nasrallah stressed that all options were on the table in response to the ongoing Israeli aggression against Gaza.
His eminence emphasized that Hezbollah has already entered the war alongside the Palestinian resistance since October 8, reiterating the Lebanese resistance’s readiness for all possible scenarios.
Hezbollah Martyr’s Day falls on November 11. It marks the resonating operation carried out by self-sacrifice fighter Ahmad Kassir, who detonated his explosive-rigged car at the headquarters of the Israeli military command in Tyre, killing at least 80 Israeli soldiers and officers, and injuring 110 others in 1982.
Kassir, known as the “Prince of Hezbollah’s Martyrs”, had heroically slapped the Zionist entity in the face at a time no one even dared to think about confronting a single Israeli soldier. The operation came just few months following the Israeli invasion in June 1982.
Source: Al-Manar English Website