Nasrallah meets with Palestinian terror chiefs amid high tensions with Israel

The Times of Israel reports: “The head of the Hezbollah terror group met with Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad terror chiefs on Saturday amid heightened tensions between Israel and the Lebanese organization, an Iranian proxy, and Israeli warnings in recent weeks it would target terrorists ‘everywhere’ following several recent deadly terror attacks in the West Bank.

Hassan Nasrallah met with Hamas deputy politburo head Saleh al-Arouri and Ziyad al-Nakhala, secretary general of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad terror group, in Lebanon for a meeting on ‘the latest political developments, especially with regard to the Palestinians,’ Israel’s Channel 13 reported Saturday, citing a joint statement by the terror groups.

‘The three made a joint assessment of the situation in the West Bank, regarding the increase in resistance there [against Israel], as well as regarding the latest Israeli threats,’ according to the report.

The statement said the groups reiterated their ‘permanent and firm position’ toward the fight ‘against the Zionist enemy, toward the occupation, and toward the importance of coordination and daily contact between the resistance movements — especially in the Palestinian territories and Lebanon.’

In addition, Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian arrived in Lebanon and also met with Nasrallah, according to the report…”

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