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Hezbollah says it’s ‘fully prepared’ to join Hamas in war with Israel

Lebanon-based terror group Hezbollah says it is “fully prepared” to join Hamas in its war against Israel, as military officials in the Jewish country prepare for an all-out ground assault on the Gaza Strip.

Speaking at a rally in which hundreds of people had gathered in solidarity with Hamas, waving the Palestinian and Hezbollah flags while chanting, “Death to Israel,” Deputy Chief Naim Qassem vowed Lebanon would join the fight “when the time comes for action.”

He told supporters in a Beirut suburb that Hezbollah was rejecting foreign nations’ calls for the Lebanese militant group to not get involved, as Hezbollah’s leader was meeting with Iran’s foreign minister to discuss the situation.

“The behind-the-scenes calls with us by great powers, Arab countries, envoys of the United Nations, directly and indirectly, telling us not to interfere will have no effect,” Qassem said.

“Hezbollah knows its duties perfectly well,” he continued. “We are prepared and ready, fully ready, and we are following developments moment by moment.”

“The question being asked, which everyone is waiting for, is what Hezbollah will do and what will its contribution be?

“We will contribute to the confrontation within our plan — when the time comes for any action, we will carry it out.”

The group has already exchanged fire with Israeli forces on the Lebanese border, as the IDF tries to fight back against Hamas terrorists.

2005: Israel unilaterally withdraws from the Gaza Strip over three decades after winning the territory from Egypt in the Six-Day War.

2006: Terrorist group Hamas wins a Palestinian legislative election.

2007: Hamas seizes control of Gaza in a civil war.

2008: Israel launches military offensive against Gaza after Palestinian terrorists fired rockets into the town of Sderot.

2023: Hamas launches the biggest attack on Israel in 50 years.

2008: Israel launches military offensive against Gaza after Palestinian terrorists fired rockets into the town of Sderot.

Over 1,300 Israelis are dead, more than 3,000 are wounded and at least 100 were taken hostage, with the death toll expected to rise after Hamas terrorists fired thousands of rockets and sent dozens of militants into Israeli towns.

Hamas terrorists were seen taking female hostages and parading them down the street in horrifying videos.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced “We are at war” and vowed Hamas would pay “a price it has never known.”

Gaza health officials report at least 1,400 Palestinians have been killed and more than 6,000 injured.

In response, Israel struck an observation post belonging to the group, as well as Lebanese villages — in the most serious escalation between the two countries since 2006.

But so far, Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah has not commented on the situation.

He met with Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian on Friday morning to discuss the ongoing war.

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