Iran-backed Hezbollah terror group now ‘fully prepared’ to join Israel war

In a tense escalation of the ongoing conflict, leaflets have been dropped in Gaza, warning more than 1 million citizens to evacuate the northern regions as Israel’s military gears up for a significant deployment.

Amidst these developments, foreign powers have pleaded with Hezbollah, the Lebanese terrorist group, to stay on the sidelines.

However, Deputy Chief Naim Qassem defiantly pledged the group’s active participation, “when the time comes for action”.

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Addressing a crowd in the southern Beirut suburb, Qassem dismissed behind-the-scenes efforts by global powers, Arab nations, and United Nations envoys to deter Hezbollah’s involvement.

He said: “The behind-the-scenes calls with us by great powers, Arab countries, envoys of the United Nations, directly and indirectly telling us not to interfere will have no effect.

“Hezbollah knows its duties perfectly well. We are prepared and ready, fully ready, and be are following developments moment by moment.”

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The announcement follows a series of clashes between Hezbollah and Israeli forces along the Lebanese border over the past week, intensifying concerns about the rapidly escalating situation in the region.

Qassem added: “The question being asked, which everyone is waiting for, is: what Hezbollah will do and what will its contribution be?

“We will contribute to the confrontation within our plan… when the time comes for any action, we will carry it out.”

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