A file picture taken on July 16, 2008, shows Lebanese Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah (R) speaking next to freed Lebanese prisoner Samir Kantar (L) at a stadium in Beirut's southern suburbs. AFP PHOTO/MUSSA AL-HUSSEINI
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Hezbollah chief Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah Sunday warned Israel that retaliation for the recent killing of party commander Samir Kuntar is inevitable.Nasrallah praised Kuntar for being a courageous and dedicated member of the party, saying that Hezbollah needed more men like him.Nasrallah went on to commend the late commander for his steadfastness during the 30 years he spent in an Israeli prison, saying he did not compromise or break, but rather left insistent on joining Hezbollah and continuing to carry out attacks against Israeli occupation.An Iranian general and two Syrian fighters affiliated with Hezbollah were also killed in the strike.Addressing Palestinians, the Hezbollah chief said that Israel only gives them two options: either to accept a semi-autonomous state, or migrate to other countries, denying that any party in Israel – whether left or right-wing – would accept a two state solution.
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