Hezbollah fighters stand near Katyusha rockets in the southern village of Ein Qana, Lebanon. (AP/Mohammed Zaatari, file) (AP/Mohammed Zaatari, file)
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Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah recently made a similar proclamation, saying his organization’s “missiles can target any area in occupied Palestine.”

A top Iranian adviser stressed last week that all parts of Israel are now within range of Hezbollah rockets, Tehran’s semi-official Fars News Agency reported on Friday.

Iranian Parliament Speaker’s Adviser for International Affairs Hossein Sheikholeslam made this assertion during a ceremony commemorating the eighth anniversary of the assassination of Lebanese Hezbollah terror-master Imad Mughniyah. Claiming Hezbollah now possesses 100,000 missiles, Sheikholeslam said, “There is no place in Israel that the Hezbollah fighters cannot attack.”

Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah recently made a similar proclamation, saying his organization’s “missiles can target any area in occupied Palestine,” while threatening to attack ammonia storage facilities in Israel’s northern city of Haifa.

By: The Algemeiner