"... Israel imposed a sea and air embargo on Lebanon during its month-long war against Hezbollah in 2006, saying it needed to prevent the guerrillas from being resupplied with weapons."If you [Israel] put our coasts under siege in any future war, I say all military, civilian and commercial ships heading to Palestine's coasts on the Mediterranean will be under the fire of the Islamic resistance fighters," Nasrallah said. Earlier this year Nasrallah threatened to hit Israel's Ben Gurion airport if the Jewish state struck Beirut's international airport in any future conflict...."When the world will witness how these ships will be destroyed in Palestine's regional water nobody will dare to go there just as they will block (others) from coming to our coasts," he told thousands of supporters..."
Wednesday, 26 May 2010
"... [I say] we are capable of hitting these ships & are determined if they besiege our coasts,..."
July 14, 2006, Hezbollah fighters fired two anti-ship missiles at the Israeli navy’s INSHanit, a Sa’ar 5-class corvette, while Hanit was patrolling 10 miles off the Lebanese coast .... The second missile, this one possibly a smaller, electro-optically guided C-701, exploded over Hanit’s flight deck, killing four sailors and setting the 1,200-ton vessel on fireHaaretz/ here
River to Sea Uprooted Palestinian
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