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Iran’s Majlis Speaker: War with Israel to continue

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Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Jul. 26 – Iran’s hard-line Majlis Speaker said on Tuesday that the “flame of battle with Israel will not be extinguished” and praised the Lebanese militia Hezbollah for continuing to lunch attacks on the Jewish state. Iran Focus

Tehran, Iran, Jul. 26 – Iran’s hard-line Majlis Speaker said on Tuesday that the “flame of battle with Israel will not be extinguished” and praised the Lebanese militia Hezbollah for continuing to lunch attacks on the Jewish state.

“The experience of 60 years of resistance by the Islamic world against the establishment of an Israeli government in this region should have taught the people of the world and Europe that their tactics will not reach anywhere and that the flame of battle with Israel and resistance will not be extinguished, even if the Israelis make short-term victories”, Gholam-Ali Haddad-Adel said during a press conference.

He rejected the possibility of Hezbollah being disarmed.

Meanwhile, the government-run news agency Fars reported on Tuesday that 10 armed Palestinian groups including Hamas and Islamic Jihad had vowed to rally behind Hezbollah.

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