Hezbollah Chief: IDF a 'Hollywood Army'


Arch-terrorist and head of Hezbollah Hassan Nasrallah called the IDF a "Hollywood army" on Tuesday.

Earlier this month, a Hezbollah attack on IDF troops damaged a jeep but caused no casualties, partially because the IDF faked an evacuation of non-existent wounded soldiers.

"The legendary and invincible [IDF] has turned into a Hollywood army, acting in movies, because it has become weak, debilitated, feeble, and cowardly," Nasrallah said, according to the Times of Israel.

He pledged further attacks on Israel, stating, "You are saying to us: ‘Next time, don’t strike one military vehicle and don’t strike only in one place. Instead, hit more than one military vehicle and hit more than one place.’ We are not going to see any more Hollywood films."

He also made genocidal threats against Israel, saying in the event of a war with Iran, "With this axis’s force, perseverance, truth, sincerity, determination, and sacrifices, such a war will be the end of Israel and the American hegemony and presence in our region."

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