Nasrallah
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Hezbollah Secretary General Hassan Nasrallah made a public announcement Wednesday for the first time since the outbreak of the war, together with Hamas deputy leader Saleh al-Arouri and leader of the Islamic Jihad Ziyad al-Nakhalah.

Nasrallah also sent a letter to the units of his organization stating that every terrorist killed from October 7th should be given the title, "Martyr on the way to Jerusalem.”

After the tripartite meeting of the leaders of the terrorist organizations Hezbollah announced that a discussion was held on the ways "to achieve the real victory of the resistance in Gaza and Palestine and to stop the aggression in Gaza and the West Bank."

The three also said that they will continue "the constant coordination and monitoring of all developments on a daily and regular basis."

Nasrallah has not issued any public announcement since the outbreak of the war on October 7. The Hezbollah representative to the Lebanese parliament, Hassan Nasrallah, tried to explain earlier this week where Nasrallah had disappeared to: "He has not yet spoken because this is part of the management of the campaign. This is something that confuses Israel."

"Nasrallah constantly monitors the events in South Lebanon and Gaza and supervises the management of the campaign. He also maintains direct contact with Hezbollah's field commanders."