We will present significant proof that Israel, via its agents, tried to convince Hariri already in 1993 that Hezbollah wants to assassinate himNasrallah: Israel behind Hariri plot Aug 09, 2010
We warn Israel against extending its hands to this area and steal Lebanon's resources from Lebanese watersIsrael-Lebanon gas rivalry heats up Aug 17, 2011
The most dangerous objective of the court is to instigate strife, a civil war or a Sunni-Shiite conflict in LebanonHezbollah leader blasts U.N. court Jul 03, 2011
I say to the fighters of the Islamic resistance -- be ready. If a new war is imposed on Lebanon we may ask you to take the Galilee, to free the GalileeIsraeli PM: Don't doubt Israel's ability Feb 17, 2011
There will never be a war between the Sunnis and Shiites. We will calculate our stepsHezbollah: No civil war after resignations Jan 14, 2011
Hasan Nasrallah, often less correctly spelled as Hassan, (born August 31, 1960; Arabic: حسن نصرالله) became the third Secretary General of the Lebanese political and paramilitary organization Hezbollah after Israel assassinated the previous leader, Abbas al-Musawi, in 1992. Hezbollah is considered a terrorist organization by The United States, the Netherlands, United Kingdom, Egypt, Israel, Australia, and Canada.
Hasan Nasrallah was born the ninth of ten children in Bourj Hammoud, Matn District (an eastern suburb of Beirut) on August 31, 1960 . His father, Abdul Karim, was born in Bazouriyeh, a village in Jabal Amel (South Republic of Lebanon) located near Tyre to Iranian grandparents. Although his family was not particularly religious, Hasan was interested in theological studies. He attended an-Najah school and later a public school in Sin el Fil (Christian area) Beirut.
In 1975, the Lebanese Civil War forced the family to move to their ancestral home in Bassouriyeh, where Hasan Nasrallah completed his secondary education at the public school of Sour (Tyre). Here he joined the Amal Movement, a Lebanese Shi'a political group.