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NEW: Hezbollah official meets with Iranian leaderAhmadinejad delivers remarks near Israeli borderIt is his first state visit to LebanonHe also slams the West in other remarksBeirut, Lebanon (CNN) Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad traveled Thursday to the always tense Lebanese border with Israel, showered praise on Lebanon’s unity and cranked up his trademark fiery rhetoric against his nemesis the Jewish state.Ahmadinejad, making his first state visit to Lebanon, delivered a speech to the people of Bint Jbeil, a Hezbollah stronghold that endured much violence during the 2006 Israel Hezbollah war in Lebanon.The Iranian president, who regularly and bluntly delivers strong rhetoric against Israel and Zionism, said the “world must know the Zionists are to be gone” and the “people of Bint Jbeil have made the Zionists taste the bitter taste of defeat.”He added that the lack of hope allowed Israel by the Lebanese means the “Zionists have no choice but to submit to the will of the people and to return to their first homes.””You showed that the will of the Lebanese nation and Lebanon’s resistance is sharper than the swords of the Zionists,” he said.The crowd showed up hours before the speech. Men, women and children of all ages waved Iranian and Lebanese flags in Bint Jbeil’s elaborately decorated stadium. Fathers carried their young sons, and the bleachers were filled with Hezbollah boy scouts in sparkling clean uniforms.A sign leading into Bint Jbeil declared it the “Capital of the Liberation,” referring to 2000, when Israeli and Hezbollah fighters clashed in pitched battles in its streets.Ahmadinejad’s speech was in the same stadium where Hezbollah Secretary General Hassan Nasrallah delivered his victory speech after Israeli troops withdrew from most occupied Lebanese lands in 2000.The reclusive Nasrallah met Thursday with Ahmadinejad at the Iranian Embassy in Beirut, Iran’s official news agency said.”Nasrallah presented Ahmadinejad with a weapon that had been taken by a member of Lebanon’s Islamic Resistance from the Israeli military personnel,” IRNA said.Residents say 90 percent of the buildings in Bint Jbeil were destroyed by the heavy Israeli bombardment in 2006.