The radical Shiite terror group Hezbollah says its leader will give a televised speech later this week to speak, but will not hold its annual public rally.

The terrorist group’s leader Hassan Nasrallah used to give a speech every year in mid-February marking the death of three of the group’s leaders including Hezbollah’s top military commander Imad Mughniyeh who was killed in 2008 by a bomb that ripped through his car in Damascus, Syria.

Hezbollah did not give a reason for not holding the annual rally that is usually attended by hundreds of supporters in their stronghold south of Beirut, however the cancellation appears to be related to a wave of bombings in Hezbollah’s strongholds around Lebanon that left scores of people dead over the past months.