Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah, who resides in Lebanon, said Monday that the growing conflict between Israel and the Palestinians in Gaza was a test for the "Arab Spring nations.”
Nasrallah said Egypt, Libya, and Tunisia would have to decide if they would help the Palestinians in their clash with Israel.
Nasrallah boasted about the unmanned drone launched over Israel last month, claiming: "We have reached a point where we forced the enemy (Israel) to acknowledge the deterrence force created by the Resistance (Hezbollah) in Lebanon.”
He added that the Iranian-made drone flew over the Dimona reactor site in southern Israel at his direction: “This flight was not our first will not be our last, and we give assurances we can reach any point we want. We have the right to dispatch recon planes over occupied Palestine at any time."