Nasrallah: Nuclear deal rules out specter of regional war
Hizballah leader Hassan Nasrallah said in an interview Monday that the nuclear accord reached by the six powers and Iran eight days ago in Lausanne clears the way for a settlement to allay fears that Iran could build an atomic bomb, with economic sanctions on Tehran to be lifted in return. “The agreement, God willing, rules out the specter of regional war and world war,” he said. But then, speaking on Syria’s al-Ikhbaria TV, Nasrallah hinted that another war between Israel and HIzballah was in the cards and warned there will be significant loss of lives. There were no longer any agreed rules of engagement, he said in reference to the Hizballah rocket ambush on an Israel command vehicle on Jan. 28, as demonstrating the new situation along the borders with Israel.
Saudi Arabia will suffer a major defeat that will have an impact on its domestic situation and the entire region, said the Hizballah leader. “Saudi aggression has miserably failed to change the situation on the ground in Yemen.