Will the ambiguity of "Al-Sayyed" surprise us Saturday?

Will the ambiguity of "Al-Sayyed" surprise us Saturday?

Chadi Hileneh | Thursday 09 November 2023

Iran wants a place in any future settlement and solution to the region

The speech of Hezbollah Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah in his first appearance after the "Al-Aqsa flood" (last Friday) did not carry a new level of escalation of the ongoing war, nor did he change anything from the rules of engagement between him and Israel on the southern borders of Lebanon, on the one hand, he threatened to expand the war, in a letter to the Israelis and Americans characterized by the methodology of "strategic ambiguity".

It seems that the course of events did not prompt Nasrallah to give the green light to support the Gazans, so political observers say that he is adopting an approach to keep his current strategic plan limited to distracting the enemy on the southern front.

Contrary to expectations, the previous speech was calm and carried great caution, it was not intended to announce the Zero Hour to open the Lebanese - Israeli front on a large scale, outside the rules of engagement.

In the context of 'Al-Sayyed" second appearance, next Saturday, on the occasion of the "Hezbollah Martyr's day", there are those who did not rule out adopting the ambiguity as an "element of surprise", and thus bombing the depth of Israeli cities, with a pre-emptive strike, which creates a state of confusion on the Israeli side.

Obviously, the Israeli and Hamas sides are racing to achieve victory amid enormous blood, destruction and human losses, which will have strategic repercussions at the level of the Middle East region. According to information to "Akhbar al-Yawm" agency, this comes at a time when Iran has informed the international community and Saudi Arabia in particular, that it wants a place in any future settlement and solution to the region, after the end of the "Al-Aqsa flood War".




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Akhbar Al Yawm