BEIRUT (AP) — The chief of Lebanon’s Hezbollah is categorically denying Israeli claims about his group having factories to supply precision-guided missiles in Lebanon.
Hassan Nasrallah says such accusations by the Israeli prime minister have been a “lie” and a “hanger” to justify Israeli aggression in opposition to Lebanon.
“We wouldn’t have factories to supply precision-guided missiles in Lebanon,” Nasrallah mentioned. His feedback got here in a speech to supporters Saturday night time, per week after an alleged Israeli drone crashed on the roof of Hezbollah’s media workplace in southern Beirut whereas one other exploded and crashed close by.
The Iranian-backed group mentioned each drones have been armed with explosives and have been finishing up an assault mission.
Nasrallah reiterated his group’s intention to retaliate, saying Israel “should pay a value” for its aggression.