Ru­mors on Hassan Nas­ral­lah Dis­missed

Iran News - - DOMESTIC -

MEHR* - The Spe­cial As­sis­tant to the Speaker of the Ira­nian Par­lia­ment for In­ter­na­tional Af­fairs Hos­sein AmirAb­dol­lahian has strongly dis­missed the ru­mors over the car­diac prob­lem of Sec­re­tary Gen­eral of Hezbol­lah Seyed Hassan Nas­ral­lah.

In a twit­ter mes­sage on Sun­day, Amir-Ab­dol­lahian re­buked the “false ru­mors by Zion­ists” con­cern­ing the Hezbol­lah leader’s hos­pi­tal­iza­tion, say­ing, “The claims by Zion­ists over Seyed Hassan Nas­rol­lah’s ill­ness and heart at­tack is [in fact] the big lie of the new year.”

“In­deed, the day when Seyed Hassan Nas­ral­lah and other re­sis­tance lead­ers of Pales­tine will say prayers in Al-Aqsa Mosque, there will be no Zion­ists around,” he added.

Zion­ist-backed me­dia re­ported on Satur­day that the Hezbol­lah leader had been hos­pi­tal­ized in Beirut due to suf­fer­ing from a heart at­tack.

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