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Alarmed Zionists: Sayyed Nasrallah’s Credibility Troubles Us!



Once again, Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah confuses the Israeli media by imposing a new equation in the confrontation with the Zionist entity.

On Tuesday, Sayyed Nasrallah said the resistance would target ammonia tank in Haifa in the coming war with the Israeli enemy, warning that Hezbollah’s rockets combined with the ammonia storage “will create the effect of an atomic bomb.”

Israeli media considers that Sayyed Nasrallah once again is practicing a successful psychological war against the Israelis, noting that media outlets couldn’t ignore the threat and were forced to discuss the issue.

“Nasrallah earlier threatened to hit ammonia tank in Haifa which would have the impact of an atomic bomb. Nasrallah’s remarks were reported in the headlines,” Niv Riskin, presenter at Israeli channel 2 said, wondering: “Had the Israeli media fall into the trap set by Hezbollah chief?”

For his part, Avi Zakharov, political analyst said that there has been an “old game” between Israel and the Arab leader.

“When an Arab leader declares a threat, Israeli media covers it, especially if this leader is (Sayyed) Hasan Nasrallah, the star who is threatening Israel over again,” Zakharov told a political talk show on Israeli channel 2.

The Israeli commentators consider that Sayyed Nasrallah’s credibility is the main point of strength in his speech, noting that this credibility forces Israeli media to deal with his threats.

Israeli journalist Oded Ben Ami, said that Sayyed Nasrallah has repeatedly proven his credibility, and that his eminence doesn’t fabricate events.

“(Sayyed) Nasrallah sayings are based on truth. I believe him when he says that he can hit the nuclear bomb which we have. We have to take his threats into account. Earlier he said things that the Israelis might know.” Ben Ami said, adding: “As a journalist, I am interested in covering his remarks accurately.”

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