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Hezbollah chief warns of Israeli "wavering" on prisoner exchange

The head of Lebanon’s Shiite fundamentalist group Hezbollah accused Israel of wavering in talks over a prisoner exchange and, without explaining what he meant, threatened to take a different course. “The Israelis are hesitating to carry out the prisoner exchange,” said Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah. “Time is pressing, and that means that we could turn toward a new choice.” “I say it clearly: We cannot any longer tolerate wavering,” Nasrallah said in a speech on Hezbollah’s Al-Manar television. On September 10, Nasrallah announced that Hezbollah had reached a deal with Israel over a prisoner exchange and that only one matter remained to be agreed — the names of 400 Palestinians to be released by Israel. Full Story

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