Nasrallah talks about his “severe cough” and stresses: It was difficult for me to engage or speak

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Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – The Secretary-General of the Lebanese Hezbollah, Hassan Nasrallah, confirmed that he had suffered from a “severe cough” that prevented him from speaking since Jerusalem Day, extending his apology for that.

Nasrallah said in his speech, what is known as the “Day of Resistance and Liberation”: “I apologize for not having appeared since Jerusalem Day until today, because I meant from a severe cough and it was difficult for me to speak or engage,” he said.

And the Secretary-General of Hezbollah continued, saying: “From the first moment of the events in Gaza, I was closely following that did not happen, but what was missing was for me to speak with you directly,” he said.

And it seemed that the health of the Secretary-General of Hezbollah was not at its best, as he was constantly coughing during the speech, which sparked widespread controversy on social media sites.

Nasrallah issued a direct threat to Israel in his speech, in which he said that the equation that must be reached is the equation of “Jerusalem versus a regional war,” as he put it.





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