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Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah denied allegations by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stating Hezbollah had stored weapons in a secret warehouse in Beirut.
In a televised address from an undisclosed location on Tuesday, Nasrallah accused Netanyahu of “inciting the Lebanese people against Hezbollah”, announcing that he would allow the media “to enter this facility and see what is in it so that the whole world would discover Netanyahu’s lies live on air.”
Nasrallah’s response came after Netanyahu’s warnings that the party was maintaining a secret weapons depot in Beirut, in a video address before to the United Nations General Assembly, Tuesday. Netanyahu called on Beirut residents to protest against the party, which, he said, is using Lebanese civilians as human shields.
On the other hand, Nasrallah attacked the “arrogant” behaviour of the French President Emmanuel Macron.
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