Hassan Nasrallah the head of the Iranian backed group Hezbollah has met with senior heads of Hamas and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) to discuss Gaza.
Hamas’ Saleh al-Arouri and Islamic Jihad’s leader Ziad al-Nakhleh and Nasrallah and other Iranian backed militants to decide on what action they should take next as the situation is at a “sensitive stage.”
Hezbollah run media said that the reason for meeting is to achieve “a real victory for the resistance in Gaza and Palestine” and put a stop to Israel’s “treacherous and brutal aggression against our oppressed and steadfast people in Gaza and the West Bank.”
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The discussions took place at an undisclosed location in the Lebanese capital Beirut and it is feared that Hezbollah and other Iranian backed militant groups will attack Israel.
Tehran’s most senior diplomat has warned the US and Israel that “at any moment” the Middle East “will go out of control” unless Tel Avivi stops attacking Gaza.
Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian warned a joint press conference in Tehran that the Middle East is a powder keg and a tiny “miscalculation” could result in a “heavy and bitter consequences for the interests of the warmongers,” in a warning to Washington and Tel Aviv.
Amir-Abdollahian said, “I warn the US and its proxy (Israel) … that if they do not immediately stop the crime against humanity and genocide in Gaza, anything is possible at any moment and the region will go out of control.”