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Nasrallah: Israel has achieved no goals in Gaza after 100 days

The secretary-general of Lebanon’s resistance movement Hezbollah says Israel has suffered “unprecedented” losses at the hands of Palestinian resistance and has failed to achieve any of its goals after 100 days of its genocidal war on the Gaza Strip.

Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah made the remarks in a televised speech on Sunday in commemoration of Wissam Hassan al-Tawil, a senior Hezbollah commander who was assassinated in an Israeli strike in the southern Lebanese village of Khirbet Selm on January 8.

Nasrallah praised Tawil as one of the commanders in the war against the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group in Syria and stressed that he had also been one of the field commanders on the southern front since October 8, 2023, when the Lebanese resistance movement engaged in fire exchanges with the Israeli occupation regime in support of the Palestinians in Gaza.

Nasrallah hailed as “legendary” Palestinian resistance against the Israeli aggression after 100 days and said the regime had not succeeded in achieving any goals of its campaign “neither the explicit nor the implicit ones.”

“One hundred days have passed and Gaza and its people remain steadfast in a legendary manner that history has never witnessed,” the Hezbollah chief stated.

“The implicit goals of the Israeli war are to occupy Gaza, displace the Gazans and to turn the territory into a beach for the Israeli settlers,” he added. “The Israeli enemy was neither able to eliminate the resistance in Gaza, nor able to eliminate Hamas.”

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