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February 16, 2017
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Hizbullah Secretary-General Nasrallah Threatens Missile Attack on Israeli Ammonia Facilities and Dimona Nuclear Plant

Hizbullah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah called on Israel "not just to move the ammonia facility out of Haifa, but to dismantle the nuclear plant in Dimona," saying: "They know what will become of them and of
their [Zionist] entity if missiles hit that plant." In his February 16 address, broadcast by Mayadeen TV, Nasrallah said "no matter where they take the [Haifa ammonia] storage facility, we will be able to reach it."

 

Hassan Nasrallah: With regard to the ammonia storage facility in Haifa - a decision was made several days ago that the ammonia storage tanks in Haifa must be emptied within ten days. Why? After all, these ammonia tanks have been there for decades... It is because the resistance talked about these storage tanks, and about how they constitute the equivalent of a nuclear bomb. Moreover, there is a ship that brings the ammonia, and distributes it to the Haifa facility and other facilities.

 

I said that the Haifa ammonia facility is the equivalent of a nuclear bomb, but they said that the ship that carries ammonia to occupied Palestine constitutes five nuclear bombs. To where exactly could this ship escape from us? Let's assume that they empty the Haifa facility... First of all, no matter where they take this storage facility, we will be able to reach it, Allah willing. Obviously, it is easier in Haifa - there is no doubt about that - but no matter where they move that storage facility, we will be able to reach it. Let's assume that you manage to hide this storage facility. Where will you hide the ship? Under which wave will you hide it?

 

This enemy faces a resistance that has capabilities, and that has the courage to use these capabilities in any real confrontation,  so it takes a thousand things into consideration. Therefore, they decided to empty the ammonia facility - and the people of Haifa thanked Hizbullah. "We've been demanding this for 20-30 years, but nobody listened to us," they said.

 

Today, I call upon the enemy not just to move the ammonia facility out of Haifa, but to dismantle the nuclear plant in Dimona as well. They know that this plant is old and outdated. This plant is worn out and is running on fumes, and it cannot withstand a massive missile attack. They know what will become of them and of their (Zionist) entity if missiles hit that plant.

 

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