Nasrallah Warns Israel: There Will Be No ‘Red Lines’

BEIRUT (AP) -
Lebanon's Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah addresses his supporters via a screen during a commemoration service marking one week since the killing of Hezbollah militant leader Samir Qantar, in Beirut's southern suburbs, December 27, 2015. Samir Qantar was killed in an Israeli air strike in Damascus. REUTERS/Aziz Taher
Lebanon’s Hizbullah leader Hassan Nasrallah addresses his supporters via a screen during a commemoration marking one week since the killing of Hizbullah terrorist leader Samir Kuntar, Dec. 27. (Reuters/Aziz Taher)

The leader of Lebanon’s Hizbullah terror group has warned Israel against attacking Lebanon, saying that his terror group will fight any new war with Israel without any red lines.

In an interview with the Lebanon-based Al-Mayadeen station Monday, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah says the group has a comprehensive list of targets in Israel that includes nuclear reactors and biological research centers it can hit.

“There will be no ceiling, limits or red lines,” he said. “We can strike any target we want inside occupied Palestine.”

The Iranian-backed Hizbullah fought Israel to a draw during a ferocious month-long war in 2006. The border between the two countries has been largely quiet since then.

In February, Nasrallah threatened Israel with a missile assault on the ammonia plant in Haifa, which he claimed would cause an explosion like a nuclear bomb. In that speech, Nasrallah quoted an Israeli expert who said that an explosion of the 15,000 tons of gas at the plant would be comparable to a “nuclear bomb.”

Nasrallah has rarely been seen in public since the 2006 Second Lebanon War with Israel, and reportedly lives in a highly fortified bunker in Lebanon.