Palestinian supporters of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PLFP) wave the Syrian flag (with stars), and the Palestinian flag as they hold posters of Lebanon's Hezbollah leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah, during a rally on May 7,2013, in Khan Yunis town, in the southern Gaza Strip, against Israeli attacks on Syria. Israel is not getting involved in Syria's civil war, Defence Minister Moshe Yaalon said just days after two Israeli air strikes near Damascus sent regional tensions soaring. AFP PHOTO/ SAID KHATIB
Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah, the head of the Lebanese Shiite Muslim movement Hezbollah, gives a speech to mark the anniversary of assassination by Israel of its secretary general Sheikh Abbas Musawi, 16 February 2006 in Beirut. The Hezbollah group commemorated today the 14th anniversary of the death of its slain former leader, Sheikh Abbas Musawi, in an Israeli helicopter attack and the 20th anniversary of the killing of Sheikh Ragheb Harb, another Hezbollah leader, by unidentified gunmen AFP PHOTO/HAITHAM MUSSAWI
Amal, 7, carries a poster of Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah among the rubble on August 31, 2006 in Dahiya, the southern suburb district of Beirut. The 2006 conflict between Hezbollah and Israeli military forces started on July 12, 2006 and continued until a United-Nations ceasefire on August 14, 2006. The conflict killed over 1,500 people, most of whom were Lebanese civilians, severely damaged Lebanese infrastructure, and displaced hundreds of thousands. Even after the ceasefire, much of South Lebanon remained uninhabitable due to unexploded cluster bombs.
A Shiite Muslim pilgrim holds up a picture of Iranian supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei (R), Iran's late founder of the Islamic Republic Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini (C), and the head of Lebanon's militant Shiite Muslim movement Hezbollah, Hassan Nasrallah, during a break in Najaf on their way to the shrine central city of Karbala on December 9, 2014 where they take part in the Arbaeen religious festival which marks the 40th day after Ashura which commemorates the seventh century killing of Prophet Mohammed's grandson, Imam Hussein. In addition to the millions of Shiite devotees who flock to Karbala, some of them on foot, from across Iraq, a large contingent of Iranians traditionally make the trip. AFP PHOTO / HAIDAR HAMDANI
A Hezbollah fighter handles his scooter, with an image of Hezbollah leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah on it, several kilometers away from the Lebanese Israeli border August 14, 2006 in Kheyam, Lebanon. The fighters were in the town for 34 days, during the Israeli bombing campaign.
A Shiite supporter holds a poster showing Hassan Nasrallah, the head of Lebanon's militant Shiite Muslim movement Hezbollah, as he addresses supporters through a giant screen during a meeting in Beirut's southern suburb of Mujammaa Sayyed al-Shuhada on January 30, 2014. Hezbollah chief said he does not want war with Israel, after the Israeli military shelled border areas following a Hezbollah attack that left two Israeli soldiers dead. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah, the head of the Lebanese Shiite Muslim movement Hezbollah, gives a speech to mark the anniversary of assassination by Israel of its secretary general Sheikh Abbas Musawi, 16 February 2006 in Beirut. Israeli jets stuck Nasrallah's headquarters in Beirut's southern suburbs 14 July 2006, an AFP journalist witnessed. Israel pounded Lebanon for the third straight day today, targeting Hezbollah's power base in relentless attacks that have killed about 60 people and left world powers scrambling to avert all-out war in the region. AFP PHOTO/HAITHAM MUSSAWI
The leader of the Lebanese Shiite Muslim guerrilla group Hezbollah, Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah (L), visits Syrian heir apparent Bashar al-Assad 15 June 2000 to offer his condolences over the death of his father, President Hafez al-Assad. Hezbollah, which is backed by Syria, spearheaded the Lebanese armed resistence against Israel's occupation of south Lebanon until the latter's withdrawal last month after 22 years of occupation.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad (C) holds a reception in honour of the Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (R) with the presence of Hizbullah chief Hassan Nasrallah (L) on February 25, 2010 in Damascus, Syria. Ahmadinejad is on a two day visit to Syria.