Hezbollah Leader Predicts Collapse of ‘Nazi’ Israel

Hezbollah Leader Predicts Collapse of ‘Nazi’ Israel

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement’s leader likened Israel to the Nazis, predicting the regime's downfall amid growing outrage over its atrocities in Gaza.

Seyed Hassan Nasrallah likened the Israeli regime to the Nazis in Germany during World War II, stating that the regime has little chance of surviving the increasing public anger over its crimes in Gaza.

“I see no future for this Nazi regime in the region,” said Nasrallah in a televised speech on Tuesday.

Nasrallah said that Israel’s brutal bombardment of refugee tents in the city of Rafah in Gaza over the weekend would only hasten its collapse and disintegration.

He said the attack demonstrated that the Israelis are even worse than the Nazis, who committed heinous crimes across Europe.

“The occupying regime lacks conscience or moral principles and it is worse than the Nazis,” he stated.

Approximately 45 people, including many children, were killed in Israel’s attack on tent camps in Rafah late on Sunday, prompting global condemnations and calls for the implementation of a World Court order to halt Israel's assault on Gaza.

The attack came two days after the Court ordered Israel to cease an aggression on Gaza that has killed more than 36,000 people since it began in October last year.

However, Nasrallah said Israel’s response to international calls for a halt to attacks on Gaza was a devastating airstrike.

He said the scale of the attack on Rafah, evident in the disfigured bodies of children left behind, showed how “savage, treacherous, and ruthless” the Zionists are.

Israeli forces shelled a tent camp in a designated “safe zone” west of Rafah and killed at least 45 people, including women and children, in the latest mass killing of Palestinian civilians.

The UN Security Council convened an emergency meeting over Israel’s ground invasion of Rafah as Spain, Ireland and Norway formally recognized the state of Palestine.

Israel’s incursion launched in early May has forced 1 million people to flee Rafah, most of whom had already been displaced several times by Israel’s bloody war on Gaza.

Since October 7, Israel’s war on Gaza has killed at least 36,096 Palestinians and wounded 81,136 others.

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