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Hezbollah Chief-Gaza Ceasefire Would Halt Ops On Israel/Lebanon Border

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Wires carrying comments from Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah. Says that Hamas 'negotiates on behalf of the entire axis of resistance', and that 'we accept what it accepts'. Adds that 'If there is a ceasefire agreement in Gaza, our front will also cease without any discussion or negotiations'. The recent escalation in violence along the Israeli-Lebanese border has been closely watched in both countries, the wider region, and internationally.

  • Given that Hezbollah is a much larger organisation with more advanced weaponry in comparison to Hamas, the outbreak of a full-scale war between Hezbollah and Israel would risk a much greater regional impact, in comparison to the Gaza conflict that has remained largely contained within the boundaries of Israel and the Palestninian territories.
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Wires carrying comments from Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah. Says that Hamas 'negotiates on behalf of the entire axis of resistance', and that 'we accept what it accepts'. Adds that 'If there is a ceasefire agreement in Gaza, our front will also cease without any discussion or negotiations'. The recent escalation in violence along the Israeli-Lebanese border has been closely watched in both countries, the wider region, and internationally.

  • Given that Hezbollah is a much larger organisation with more advanced weaponry in comparison to Hamas, the outbreak of a full-scale war between Hezbollah and Israel would risk a much greater regional impact, in comparison to the Gaza conflict that has remained largely contained within the boundaries of Israel and the Palestninian territories.