On June 19, Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah spoke at a ceremony to commemorate slain Hezbollah senior commander Taleb Abdullah, killed on June 12 in an Israeli airstrike in southern Lebanon.

Hassan Nasrallah referred to the deceased commander of the Al-Nasr unit as a great martyr. "For us, it is sufficient that he died as a martyr, leaving behind mujahideen who will continue his work."

The leader of the terrorist organization mentioned that opening another front at Hezbollah's initiative exhausts Israel. "According to Israeli leaders, there are more than 10,000 soldiers on the Lebanese border. These forces would be enough to crush the Gaza Strip."

Nasrallah stated that an invasion of the Galilee "remains on the table if the fighting escalates."

He further claimed that military actions on the northern border not only "exhausted the enemy" but also forced tens of thousands of Israelis to leave their homes, thereby, according to him, creating a "security belt" in northern Israel for the first time.

Additionally, Hassan Nasrallah announced that Hezbollah has established its own weapons production, which has already been tested in combat.

Nasrallah warned the government of Cyprus that if it opens airports and military bases for Israel during the war, Cyprus will be drawn into the conflict.

He also said, "If Israel wants Hezbollah, Yemen, and Iraq to cease hostilities, it must end the war in the Gaza Strip."