Hezbollah Calls for Intifada to 'Save Al Aqsa'

'We will continue Jihad against Israel,' Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah asserts in praise of Arab attackers terrorizing Israelis.

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Lebanon's Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah
Lebanon's Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah

Hassan Nasrallah, leader of the Lebanese terror group Hezbollah, has expressed support for the wave of Arab terror attacks targeting Israeli civilians and security forces across the Jewish state. 

In a speech delivered on Sunday, Nasrallah called on both the Palestinian people and all Islamic nations to mobilize and demonstrate support for the "Palestinian struggle."

"The renewed Intifada is the only way to free Palestinians from the occupation and to save Al-Aqsa - it is incumbent on everyone to help them," Nasrallah asserted. 

"Today there are generations who believe in resistance, in the holy places and Al-Aqsa, which is why they are ready to fight with knives those [Israelis] who barricade themselves in tanks or arm themselves with rifles."

The Hezbollah leader praised the terrorists "carrying knives and rocks," calling them "the strongest army who instills in us the belief that the horizon is open and there will be no future for Israel." 

"We will continue in the path of Jihad against Israel," Nasrallah continued, emphasizing Hezbollah's support for all Palestinian actions against the Jewish state.

"We will continue to battle the Zionist project in the region and we will continue to fight alongside the Palestinians. There will be no future for the Zionist entity in the presence of the axis of the resistance," Nasrallah declared.