Sayyid Nasrallah owes the victories of Lebanon to Major General Qasim Sulaimani.
In addition to military experience and skills, Soleimani had a special strategic intelligence. This issue showed itself well in the Zionist regime's 33-day war against Lebanon. The General fought against the Zionist alongside Emad Mughniyeh, Hezbollah's military commander, who was killed by a Mossad bomb in Damascus on February 12, 2008. Haj Qassem Soleimani, with his special strategy and accurate predictions of the enemy's reactions in this war, was able to destroy the Zionist frigate along with Emad Mughniyeh in a complex operation along with dozens of Israeli soldiers. These characteristics of Sulaimani angered the Zionists and they sought to assassinate them for years. Even during the July war, they tried to assassinate Soleimani with warplanes in the suburbs of Beirut, but failed.
Haj Qassem Soleimani's role in Hezbollah's victory in this war was such that Hezbollah Secretary General Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah owed the Lebanese victories to him.
Perhaps before the rise of ISIS and General Soleimani's unparalleled resistance against this takfiri group, only few people had heard of Haj Qasim. Because he did not appear in the media at all. The Iranian general's role in reorganizing and strengthening Lebanese and Palestinian forces as well as forcing Israel to retreat in the 33-day war in Lebanon and the 22-day Gaza made him a different figure in Middle East military-political relations. His presence at the forefront of the fight against terrorist and takfiri groups led by ISIS and Jabhat al-Nusra making him a prominent figure in all the world's media