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Hezbollah’s leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah recently convened with prominent figures of the Palestinian militant factions, Hamas and Islamic Jihad, as they deliberated on strategic moves to “achieve a real victory for the resistance,” according to a statement from Hezbollah on Wednesday.

The high-profile meeting included Nasrallah, Saleh al-Arouri, the deputy chief of Hamas, and Ziad al-Nakhala, the head of Islamic Jihad. Hezbollah has yet to disclose the exact date of the meeting.

The discussions revolved around evaluating international stances and defining the strategic moves the Axis of Resistance should adopt. As Hezbollah clarified, the primary objective is to “realize a real victory for the resistance in Gaza and Palestinians and to halt the brutal aggression.” The group confirmed their commitment to persisting with the established coordination.

Hezbollah also acknowledged the deaths of two additional members, bringing the total fatalities within its ranks to 40 since the commencement of the conflict.

As part of an alliance backed by Iran, Hezbollah has been actively engaging in confrontations with Israeli forces along the Israeli-Lebanese boundary following the onset of hostilities between Israel and Hamas on October 7.


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