IRNA – The Zionist regime’s army is on high alert ahead of the speech of Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, the secretary general of the Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah, according to Israeli media outlets.
The reports, cited by Palestinian outlets, say Israeli officials have ordered the army to be on high alert, fearing the consequences of Nasrallah’s speech.
The Hezbollah chief is expected to speak publicly later in the day for the first time since the Zionist regime waged the war on Gaza on October 7.
The entire Middle East is holding its breath before Nasrallah’s speech, according to Israeli media.
At least 9,061 Palestinians have been killed in the Zionist regime’s all-out war on Gaza since October 7, after the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas launched a surprise operation into the occupied territories in retaliation for intensified Israeli crimes against Palestinians in the occupied West Bank.