Speaking from secret location in Lebanon` Nasrallah beams in friendly-toned interview in which he lays out group`s position on conflict in Syria.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange interviewed Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah on Tuesday in the debut of his "The World Tomorrow" talk show on Russia's state-funded RT cable broadcaster.
Assange remains under house arrest and spoke to Nasrallah, who is considered a "terrorist" by both the United States and Israel, from his study in London via a computer video link.
The English-language channel that is funded by the Kremlin and openly promotes Moscow's views on global affairs with the slogan "Question More," had boasted that the choice of guest would irritate many viewers.
Hezbollah is blacklisted as a terrorist organisation by Washington, with numerous other Western countries sharing that view, but Russia does not back the same position and has held direct talks with its leaders.
Assange has been under house arrest for almost 500 days, awaiting judgment from the Supreme Court in London on whether he can be extradited to Sweden for questioning over allegations of rape and sexual assault.
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