Nasrallah says resistance forces ended ISIL not US
Tehran (KNA) - Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah has said that it was the Resistant forces who put an end to ISIL, adding that the US army only delayed ISIL elimination.
At the start of his speech today, Hassan Nasrallah said millions of Iranians took to streets during the celeberation of 40th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution in order to send a strong message to the US and Israeli regime that the Iranian people still support their government despite foreign pressures.
Nasrallah also criticized the Persian Gulf countries’ media for not covering the huge turnout of Iranians to the revolution anniversary rallies, saying that "no media outlets funded by Persian Gulf Arab states covered Iran’s strong rallies."
The Hezbollah chief further referred to the Yemeni crisis, describing the war as the US and Israel war being waged by Saudis and the UAE.
He further added that all Arab and Muslim people in the region reject normalization of ties with the Israeli regime and the plot is condemned and rejected throughout the region.
About the end of ISIL, the Hezbollah chief said that the ISIL has been eliminated as there is no preseince of ISIL in Iraq, Syria and Lebanon anymore. He dismissed the American claims that they fought against ISIL, adding they created the terrorist group. "The American administration during the time of Obama and Trump created ISIL in Iraq and expanded it to Syria,” Nasrallah said.