Lebanon's Hezbollah says U.S. can't hurt it, dismisses sanctions
The leader of Lebanon’s Hezbollah on Sunday dismissed the prospect of tougher U.S. sanctions against his group, which is backed by Iran, and said the U.S. administration had no way to harm it. “The American administration, with all available and possible means, will not be able to damage the strength of the resistance,” Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah said in a televised address to mark the anniversary of the end of Hezbollah’s 2006 war with Israel. Nasrallah said Lebanon was being subjected to intimidation and threats over Hezbollah – which is part of the Beirut government but classified as a terrorist group by Washington – and alleged that Lebanese officials had been told that Israel could launch a war.
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