Hezbollah Vows to Continue Gaza Support Operations Until Desired Goals Achieved

Hezbollah's Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah has reaffirmed the Lebanese resistance movement's commitment to supporting Palestinians in Gaza, vowing to continue retaliatory strikes against Israeli positions until the desired objectives are achieved.

Iran (IMNA) - Nasrallah made the statement on Tuesday evening during a speech at the Sayyed al-Shuhada Complex in Beirut's southern Dahiyeh neighborhood, where he addressed mourners on the third night of the Islamic lunar calendar month of Muharram, marking the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Hussein.

The Hezbollah chief reiterated that the group will not abandon its decision to support Palestinians and will continue operations against Israeli positions until all desired goals are achieved. He emphasized that Hezbollah will never change its pro-Palestinian positions and will continue its battle against the Israeli regime.

Nasrallah also highlighted the dire humanitarian situation in Gaza, where humanitarian aid supplies have not entered the region for weeks, leading to a grave medical and humanitarian crisis. He criticized other Arab and Muslim states for their inaction on the Palestinian issue, questioning whether it is acceptable for two million Muslims in Gaza to be dying of hunger while funds are being spent elsewhere.

The Hezbollah leader pointed to the support fronts in Lebanon, Yemen, and Iraq, alongside political support from Syria and Iran, and called on every Muslim to question their support for Gaza. He asked Arab and Muslim leaders where their funds are being spent and who is benefiting from military equipment being amassed.

The statement comes as Hezbollah and Israel have been exchanging deadly fire since early October last year, with Hezbollah vowing to continue retaliatory attacks as long as Israel continues its Gaza war. The conflict has resulted in at least 38,243 Palestinian deaths, mostly women and children, and injured 88,033 others.

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