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Hezbollah is ready to respond to Israel at any time and in any place, party chief Hasan Nasrallah underlined in a fiery speech Friday, two days after its troops ambushed an Israeli military convoy, killing two soldiers.Automatic weapons could be heard blazing in parts of Beirut before and after the roughly 90-minute speech, during which Nasrallah revealed that the Wednesday ambush against an Israeli military convoy was planned to resemble Israel's attack on a Hezbollah convoy 10 days earlier.Six Hezbollah members and an Iranian commander were killed in the Israeli strike.Nasrallah said that threats by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu against the individuals who carried out the attack in the Shebaa Farms indicates that he is evading military confrontation and is seeking to track them down to assassinate them.Gen. Mohammad Ali Allahdadi and Hezbollah field commander Mohammad Issa shows how commanders are present on the ground along with the fighters, he added.The motive behind the attack was clear, Nasrallah said.Nasrallah also denounced the Arab League for its lack of support to Palestine during periods of conflict, saying it has benefited Israel more than the Palestinians.
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