Hezbollah chief threatens: No ‘red lines’ in next attack on Israel

Hezbollah’s chief threatened to bomb Israel’s nuclear facilities after threatening a month ago to bomb Israel’s chemical works in Haifa, using it as a “nuclear bomb” with the aim to kill thousands of civilians.

By: Atara Beck, World Israel News and Agencies

Hezbollah Secretary General Hassan Nasrallah threatened to strike Israel’s nuclear facilities in any future conflict in his latest war of words against the Jewish state, saying the Lebanon-based terror organization will fight any new war with the Jewish state “without any red lines.”

In an interview with the Arabic Al-Mayadeen station Monday, Nasrallah claimed the group has a comprehensive list of targets in Israel that includes nuclear reactors and biological research centers it can hit. “It is our natural right to strike any target in occupied Palestine can deter the enemy, including nuclear reactors,” Nasrallah stated.

“There will be no ceiling, limits or red lines,” he said. “We can strike any target we want inside occupied Palestine.”

The terrorist leader asserted that he does not want to start a war with Israel, yet added that Hezbollah “does not grant Israel any security guarantees.” However, Nasrallah added he does not see a pending conflict with Israel in the near future.

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In February, Nasrallah threatened to use Israel’s chemical storage facilities in Haifa against it as a “nuclear bomb” by firing rockets at it.