Report: Nasrallah flown to Iran for cancer treatment
Israel HaYom is reporting that Hezbullah politburo chief Hassan Nasrallah is in Iran for cancer treatment
(Hat Tip: MFS - The Other News
Hezbollah leader Hassan
Nasrallah has been flown to Tehran for emergency medical treatment with
severe cancer-related complications, the Lebanese radio station the
Voice of Lebanon reported on Monday.
A different report from Lebanon claimed that
Nasrallah was flown to Iran after he was wounded in an attack by Syrian
rebels during a meeting he was attending.
The reports are attributed to "senior
Hezbollah officials," but there were no official confirmation of the
reports from any other source.
A message published on Thursday by the Joint
Command of the Free Syrian Army said that Nasrallah was not immune from
attack and that the rebels knew how to reach him. The message referred
to Nasrallah as a "criminal" and said, "Your era has practically ended."
"Anyone who dares to attack our people and our land will pay a hefty price," the message said.
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