Nasrallah re-elected as head of HezbollahHassan Nasrallah Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah (Arabic: حسن نصرالله) (b. August 30 1960, Bourj Hammoud, Beirut, Lebanon) was re-elected head of Hezbollah on Thursday following a congress that also adopted a new manifesto MANIFESTO. A solemn declaration, by the constituted authorities of a nation, which contains the reasons for its public acts towards another.
2. On the declaration of war, a manifesto is usually issued in which the nation declaring the war, states the reasons , which is to be revealed in coming days, the militant Shiite party announced.
Nasrallah, 49, has headed Hezbollah since 1992 when his predecessor, Abbas Moussaoui, was killed in an Israeli helicopter raid.
A statement by the party, created in 1982, said Nasrallah would explain the contents of the manifesto at a press conference to be announced To be announced (TBA)
A contract for the purchase or sale of an MBS to be delivered at an agreed-upon future date but does not include a specified pool number and number of pools or precise amount to be delivered. soon.
The Hezbollah leader has lived in hiding Adv. 1. in hiding - quietly in concealment; "he lay doggo"
doggo, out of sight since the 2006 war between his group and Israel and rarely appears in public. His last press conference was held via video link.
Hezbollah's first manifesto in 1985 called for the establishment of Islamic rule in Lebanon, but the party leadership has toned down its rhetoric in recent years as it gained political clout.
The Thursday statement said the new political document adopted at the party congress endorsed modifications in line with changes that have taken place within the party in recent years.
The group, considered a terrorist organisation by Washington, has two ministers in the new government formed earlier this month.
It is the only party that has refused to surrender its weapons following Lebanon's 1975-1990 civil war on grounds that its arsenal is needed to defend the country against Israeli aggression.