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Nazi Entity Wary after Jaramana Strike, Waiting for Sayyed Nasrallah Response

It’s clear that the Nazi entity can’t bear to officially claim responsibility for the strike which killed the Dean of the freed detainees from the Nazi camp, Samir Kuntar late on Saturday. However, the Zionist media didn’t hesitate to praise the strike, in an obvious admission that the Nazi regime had carried out the raid.Sayyed Nasrallah

Hasan Hijazi, the editor of the Zionist affairs at al-Manar, said that the Nazi entity declined to officially comment on the strike in order to avoid a harsh retaliation by the resistance, noting that the Nazi regime eye now is on Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah’s response.

“The Israeli authorities are avoiding the direct claim of responsibility, in a bid to give the other side (the resistance) a chance to mull its retaliation choices and in order for this retaliation to be deliberate and well-calculated,” Hijazi said during a live coverage on al-Manar.

“According to Israeli commentators, Israel now is denying any involvement because the direct claim of responsibility would lead to strong and justified retaliation (by the resistance).”

“According to the Zionists, Kuntar represents the Lebanese, Palestinian and Syrian struggle against Israel. He is well-recognized for his participation in Nahariya operation in 1979. He is well known because he was freed despite the 33-day Israeli war on Lebanon which took place after the resistance captured two Israeli soldiers and killed other eight. He is well recognized for his alleged role in opening a new front in Golan against the Zionist entity. Samir Kuntar represents the path of resistance.”

Zionist Media ‘Praising’ Kuntar Assassination

“Israeli officials praised the reported killing of Lebanese militant leader Samir Kuntar,” Zionist daily, Jerusalem Post said on Sunday.

It quoted Nazi Construction and Housing Minister Nazi Yoav Gallant as talking to Nazi Radio that “It is good that people like Samir Qantar will not be part of our world.”

Asked if Nazi regime carried out the strike, Gallant said: “I am not confirming or denying anything to do with this matter.” Other Nazi officials, including military spokesmen, declined comment.

Meanwhile on Sunday, Nazi justice minister Ayelet Shaked welcomed the assassination of Kuntar but did not claim credit for the air strike.

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