Hezbollah’s Secretary General Hassan Nasrallah asserted on Friday that the Israeli attack on the Iranian consulate in Damascus will not go unanswered, and called on “all” to be prepared and take precautions for any development and all eventualities.

In his address marking “Jerusalem Day,” which was preceded by a parade of the party’s combatants, Nasrallah said that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu committed a “foolishness” by targeting the Iranian consulate in Damascus in which seven senior members of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps were killed.

“It is a decisive incident with consequences and retaliation to the (Damascus) attack is inevitable,” Nasrallah said in a threatening and furious tone, adding that “all must prepare themselves, take precautions for how things might develop, and be prepared for every eventuality.”

He reiterated Hezbollah’s determination to maintain its so-called “support front” for Gaza, stressing that “we are fully prepared for any war that the enemy will regret if it launches on Lebanon,” and that the Iran-backed party has not used its “main” weapons against Israel yet.

“The threat of all-out war on Lebanon did not stop the front (in South Lebanon), and all the pressures did not change our position…  the front in Lebanon continues and is linked to Gaza,” he said.

Nasrallah dedicated more than 15 minutes of his address to praise “Iran’s sacrifices” in support of the Palestinians and the resistance against Israel in Lebanon and other countries of the “axis of resistance.”

He also vehemently defended his party’s affiliation with Tehran, which he claimed “was and still is a true support for those who fight (Israeli) occupation and resist in Palestine, Lebanon and the region.”

The commemoration of Jerusalem Day (Yawm al-Quds), falls on the last Friday of the fasting month of Ramadan. The event was instituted by Ayatollah Khomeini, the founder of the Islamic Republic of Iran, in 1979, as a sign of support for the Palestinians.