Since the emergence of Hezbollah Resistance, Lebanon has become acquainted with achieving victories and defeating all the enemies that dare to attack the nation.
After liberating most of the Lebanese territories from the Israeli occupation in 2000, Hezbollah started building up a huge arsenal in order to defend Lebanon against any Israeli aggression.
Indeed, the Zionist war on Lebanon in 2006 was bravely confronted by Hezbollah fighters who resorted to the huge arsenal in order to strike the Israeli warships, boats, helicopters, tanks and occupation troops.
Emerging victorious from 2006 war, Hezbollah continued accumulating power and turned to become a strategic player in the Middle east with the advent of the Syrian crisis.
The terrorist groups operated in most of the Syrian territories and violated Lebanon’s northeastern borders, invading Arsal town and occupying swathes of outskirts there.
Dispatching suicide bombers and booby-trapped cars to Beirut’s Dahiyeh and Bekaa towns posed a more serious threat to Lebanon’s security, knowing that takfiri militants attacked Arsal town, killing a number if servicemen and kidnapping others.
Thus, Hezbollah, in cooperation with the Lebanese and Syrian armies, launched three military campaigns to eradicate the terrorists of ISIL and Nusra Front deployed on Lebanon’s border.
Lebanon celebrates on Monday the sixth anniversary of the Second Liberation, glorifying the sacrifices of the martyrs, injured, and fighters who defeated the takfiri enemy.
In this context, Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah is to deliver speech on Monday at 20:30 to mark the occasion.
Hezbollah has gained a rich military expertise from the war in Syria, including the border battles, developing new techniques and tactics which combine between the guerilla and the classical warfare types.
In the context of marking the occasion, Hezbollah held a military exhibition that displays all the equipment and armored vehicles that Hezbollah has confiscated during the confrontation with the Zionist occupation (1982-2000), 2006 Israeli war on Lebanon, and the 2017 battle against Takfiri terrorist groups.
Source: Al-Manar English Website