HIZBALLAH: WE WILL TAKE REVENGE

THE LEADER OF HIZBALLAH SPEAKS ABOUT THE DEATHS AT QANA, THE CEASE-FIRE AND THE ISRAELI ELECTION

Sheik Hassan Nasrallah is secretary-general of Hizballah, the Lebanese guerrilla movement that fought a 16-day war with Israel last month. Nasrallah, 36, joined Hizballah shortly after it was founded with Iranian support in 1982. He was elected leader in February 1992, immediately after the assassination by the Israeli military of his friend and predecessor, Sheik Abbas Mussawi. In his first interview with Western correspondents since the fighting began, Nasrallah met with TIME's Beirut bureau chief, Lara Marlowe, and her husband Robert Fisk of Britain's Independent:

TIME: Will Hizballah retaliate for Israel's April 18 bombardment of the U.N. position at Qana, where...

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