Nasrallah: Abdullah Azzam Brigades Linked to Saudi Intelligence, Our Presence in Syria is Modest

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Hizbullah chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah on Tuesday accused Saudi Arabia of being behind the deadly bombings that targeted the Iranian embassy in southern Beirut, denying that large numbers of Hizbullah fighters were killed in the Syrian war.

“We believe the statement in which the Abdullah Azzam Brigades claimed responsibility for the attack on the Iranian embassy, because it is a well-known group and its emir is Saudi and it is linked to the Saudi intelligence,” Nasrallah stated in an interview on OTV.

He elaborated: “The Iranian embassy bombing has to do with targeting Iran by those who consider it to be an enemy since 1979 and by those who teach at their institutes that it is an enemy.”

“The bombing has to do with the Saudi anger against Iran in the region.”

At least 25 people were killed and 150 wounded in twin suicide blasts that targeted the Iranian embassy in the Hizbullah stronghold of Bir Hassan on November 19.

The Abdullah Azzam Brigades claimed responsibility for the bombings, according to the Twitter page of a cleric linked to the group.

"The Abdullah Azzam brigades -- the Hussein bin Ali cells -- are behind the attack on the Iranian embassy in Beirut," Sheikh Sirajeddine Zuraiqat, the group's religious guide, posted on Twitter.

Nasrallah denied during the interview reports saying huge numbers of Hizbullah fighters were involved in the Syrian war, stressing that the party has “very modest presence there.”

“We are not fighting on behalf of the Syrians,” he stated.

“There is not a single Hizbullah fighter in (the Syrian regions of) Daraa, Deir Ezzor, al-Raqqa, Hasakeh, Idlib, Latakia or Tartus. We have a limited presence in Homs and Damascus near the (Lebanese) border.”

He added: “Also, claims that we have lost 350 or 500 or 1,000 fighters in Eastern Ghouta are wishful thinking and there is not a single Hizbullah captive in Syria today and some bodies of martyrs are still missing.”

He detailed the early stages of Hizbullah's intervention in the Syrian war, noting that the fighters were not “immediately sent” to the neighboring country.

He explained: “We took gradual steps, which began in the towns inhabited by Lebanese residents in (the Syrian border region of) Qusayr. When the Syrian army retreated from these towns, the residents sought our help because shameful things had happened there. They had two options: the displacement of 30,000 people or defending their areas.”

“I must note that the Lebanese government did not offer any help,” Nasrallah added.

“Had it not been for Hizbullah's intervention in Qusayr's countryside, the armed groups would have invaded all these towns, but we went there and ended the battle,” he said.

Nasrallah continued: “The issue of the Sayyeda Zainab shrine obliged us to interfere in a minor manner in the battles in Damascus' countryside. We only sent 40 or 50 young men to help defend the shrine there.”

“And as time progressed, we had to increase the numbers (of fighters in Damascus) ahead of the major intervention in Qusayr.”

He also noted that entering Qusayr was not based on an Iranian decision.

“We took the decision and informed the Iranians of it,” he assured.

Turning to the issue of the stalled cabinet formation process, Nasrallah again underlined that “the 6-9-9 formula is the acceptable formula for the cabinet because it reserves everyone's rights."

"The majority of parties were with the 6-9-9 formula but Saudi Arabia ordered them not to form a cabinet," he added.

"We accepted a premier that they themselves nominated, so how can they accuse us of seeking political vacuum?" Nasrallah went on to say.

On the issue of the upcoming presidential election, Nasrallah said: "We are with holding the presidential election on time and let the parliament convene and elect a president and we are ready to contribute to the success of this juncture."

"Our camp must meet to discuss how to deal with this juncture and I believe that our camp must nominate a clear candidate for the presidency," he added.

Nasrallah also said that Hizbullah is willing to engage in national dialogue with the rival camp. "We always support the convention of the dialogue table and we are willing to sit with anyone and we believe that severing ties with anyone is not useful," he said.

Separately, Tuesday's interview kicked off with a discussion over the newly reached accord between the United States and Iran over Tehran's nuclear program.

Iran and the P5+1 group of world powers held historic talks last month in Geneva, which culminated in the landmark agreement elusive for the past decade in freezing parts of Iran's nuclear activities in exchange for limited sanctions relief.

“According to the information I have, the Americans wanted to discuss other issues with Iran, and throughout history, the U.S. has always tried to discuss all issues as one package but the Iranians have always preferred to discuss one dossier at a time,” Nasrallah said on the negotiations.

Nasrallah stated that the first result of the agreement was lowering the possibility of war.

“The agreement has very important consequences and the first winner is people in the region, from the Gulf to the Middle East, because regional and international forces were pushing for the choice of war with Iran,” he said.

In a related matter, Hizbullah's leader accused Gulf countries of “antagonizing Iran.”

“But Iran has always been ready to engage in dialogue,” he expressed.

“I believe that there is a real problem with Saudi Arabia because all the attempts to open the door of dialogue have failed and the Saudis are the ones who are closing the doors.

Nasrallah elaborated: “If you monitor all the Saudi-financed media outlets, KSA's war against Iran has never stopped. Saudi Arabia waged wars against the Iranians in Pakistan, Afghanistan, the Gulf, Iraq and Syria, and of course through its proxies, because it does not dare to wage a direct war.”

“Saudi Arabia's problem with Iran is not of a sectarian nature, because it had problems with several Arab countries, and these countries are Sunni, not Shiite.”

He also noted that Saudi Arabia's war on Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood is a “political war.”

“KSA wants to be the leader of the Muslim world and it does not accept any partners,” Nasrallah considered.

On Hizbullah's relation with Qatar, Nasrallah revealed that communication was not suspended with the Gulf country despite being at odds on several political issues.

He added: “We have met with a Qatari delegation in the past few days and we're still in a disagreement over Syria but we were not seeking problems with anyone, not even with Saudi Arabia.”

He continued: “We told the Qatari envoy that the military choice in Syria is futile and the attempt to oust (Syrian President Bashar) Assad militarily is an act of madness, that's why I call on all countries to contribute towards finding a political solution. We also spoke of neutralizing Lebanon in the Syrian crisis.”

“Qatar is reevaluating all its stances in the region,” Nasrallah pointed out.

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  • 03 December 2013, 23:16

    Nasrallah: We always support the convention of the dialogue table and we are willing to sit with anyone and we believe that severing ties with anyone is not useful.

  • 03 December 2013, 23:15

    Nasrallah: Our camp must meet to discuss how to deal with this juncture and I believe that our camp must nominate a clear candidate for the presidency.

  • 03 December 2013, 23:14

    Nasrallah: We are with holding the presidential election on time and let the parliament convene and elect a president and we are ready to contribute to the success of this juncture.

  • 03 December 2013, 23:10

    Nasrallah: We accepted a premier that they themselves nominated, so how can they accuse us of seeking political vacuum?

  • 03 December 2013, 23:09

    Nasrallah: It is clear that there is a regime crisis in Lebanon and a major uproar happened when we raised the issue of the constituent assembly.

  • 03 December 2013, 23:06

    Nasrallah: The majority of parties were with the 6-9-9 formula but Saudi Arabia ordered them not to form a cabinet.

  • 03 December 2013, 23:04

    Nasrallah: The 6-9-9 formula is the acceptable formula for the cabinet because it reserves everyone's rights.

  • 03 December 2013, 22:55

    Nasrallah: The Directorate General of Internal Security Forces was financing armed groups and the solution lies in a dialogue table that gathers all the parties in Tripoli.

  • 03 December 2013, 22:52

    Nasrallah: The solution in Tripoli lies in what has started now and we have always said that the state must come up with a solution.

  • 03 December 2013, 22:49

    Nasrallah: The Tripoli blasts were employed to launch political accusations while we did not accuse anyone following the Bir al-Abed and Rweiss blasts until we knew the identity of those who sent the cars and those who carried out the attacks.

  • 03 December 2013, 22:47

    Nasrallah: What we understood from what the judiciary said is that Ali Eid's driver is accused of smuggling a person to Syria. Let us assume that that is correct, would that mean that Ali Eid is behind the bombings?

  • 03 December 2013, 22:46

    Nasrallah: The aim of accusing Sheikh Hashem Minqara was to humiliate our allies and it turned out that he is not involved.

  • 03 December 2013, 22:45

    Nasrallah: Any bombing that targets civilians is condemned and I was saddened by the Tripoli bombings more than I was saddened by the Dahieh blasts.

  • 03 December 2013, 22:42

    Nasrallah: A lot of these groups that have the Qaida ideology are linked to the Saudi intelligence and in my opinion, the bombing has to do with the Saudi anger against Iran in the region.

  • 03 December 2013, 22:40

    Nasrallah: We believe the statement in which the Abdullah Azzam Brigades claimed responsibility for the attack on the Iranian embassy, because it is a well-known group and its emir is Saudi and it is linked to the Saudi intelligence.

  • 03 December 2013, 22:39

    Nasrallah: The Iranian embassy bombing has to do with targeting Iran by those who consider it to be an enemy since 1979 and by those who teach at their institutes that it is an enemy.

  • 03 December 2013, 22:38

    Nasrallah: Hundreds of martyrs would have fallen had the armed groups seized control of the border area with Lebanon and consequently Lebanese areas.

  • 03 December 2013, 22:37

    Nasrallah: Tripoli had witnessed clashes before our intervention in Syria and they are blaming everything on our intervention.

  • 03 December 2013, 22:22

    Nasrallah: According to my information, the number of troops lost by the regime is greater than the number of fighters lost by the rival camp.

  • 03 December 2013, 22:21

    Nasrallah: We have not severed our contacts with certain parties in the Syrian opposition, including Haitham Manaa.

  • 03 December 2013, 22:19

    Nasrallah: I expect very fierce confrontations in Syria ahead of the Geneva conference and a major standoff might arise, but the same as they failed in Eastern Ghouta, all these attempts will fail.

  • 03 December 2013, 22:16

    Nasrallah: The endeavor to topple the Syrian regime militarily has ended and things are heading to (peace talks) in Geneva. Most European countries are reopening channels of communication with the regime and there is only the obstacle of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia which is still insisting on fighting till the last drop of blood in Syria.

  • 03 December 2013, 22:11

    Nasrallah: Claims that we have lost 350 or 500 or 1,000 fighters in Eastern Ghouta are wishful thinking. We knew that martyrs would fall and some fighters might be captured. There is not a single Hizbullah captive in Syria today and some bodies of martyrs are still missing.

  • 03 December 2013, 22:07

    Nasrallah: Our presence in Syria is very modest and it is limited to Damascus and Qusayr, while the Syrian army is carrying out the operations in Qalamoun and our participation there is very modest. We are not fighting on behalf of the Syrians.

  • 03 December 2013, 22:06

    Nasrallah: There is not a single Hizbullah fighter in Daraa, Deir Ezzor, al-Raqqa, Hasakeh, Idlib, Latakia or Tartus. We have a limited presence in Homs and Damascus near the (Lebanese) border. I'm surprised by claims that Iran is occupying Syria because there are only dozens of experts who have been in Syria since 1982.

  • 03 December 2013, 22:04

    Nasrallah: There are exaggerations in Lebanon about the level of Hizbullah's military intervention and we say that those fighting with the regime are mainly the army and the National Defense committees.

  • 03 December 2013, 21:53

    Nasrallah: The day will come when everyone will thank us for our intervention (in Syria) and they will thank the young men who were martyred.

  • 03 December 2013, 21:52

    Nasrallah: What are the guarantees that can be offered by the March 14 camp? Do they believe that their scheme has succeeded? Let them ask Saad Hariri and Oqab Saqr. Ask March 14 about their guarantees if the armed groups seize control of Syria. We are fighting in Syria to defend Lebanon.

  • 03 December 2013, 21:50

    Nasrallah: Let us observe how these groups are fighting each other and how ISIL and Nusra are executing FSA commanders.

  • 03 December 2013, 21:50

    Nasrallah: Should we abandon our responsibilities, the Lebanese-Syrian border would be invaded and I give you the example of the booby-trapped cars that are coming from Yabrud and Nabak.

  • 03 December 2013, 21:47

    Nasrallah: It is not true that the Syrian army withdrew from some areas to force us to intervene in Syria.

  • 03 December 2013, 21:42

    Nasrallah: My picture with Sayyed Khamenei that was published in the media was taken two years before the Qusayr battle and we did not enter Qusayr according to an Iranian decision. We took the decision and informed the Iranians of it.

  • 03 December 2013, 21:38

    Nasrallah: As time progressed, we had to increase the numbers (of fighters in Damascus) ahead of the major intervention in Qusayr.

  • 03 December 2013, 21:38

    Nasrallah: The issue of the Sayyeda Zainab shrine obliged us to interfere in a minor manner in the battles in Damascus' countryside as the demolition of the shrine would have led to a sectarian strife in the entire region. We only sent 40 or 50 young men to help defend the shrine.

  • 03 December 2013, 21:36

    Nasrallah: Had it not been for Hizbullah's intervention in Qusayr's countryside, the armed groups would have invaded all these towns, but we went there and ended the battle.

  • 03 December 2013, 21:33

    Nasrallah: Things deteriorated in Syria but we did not immediately send forces to Syria. We took gradual steps, which began in the towns inhabited by Lebanese residents in Qusayr. When the Syrian army retreated from these towns, the residents sought our help because shameful things had happened there. They had two options: the displacement of 30,000 people or defending their areas. I must note that the Lebanese government did not offer any help.

  • 03 December 2013, 21:31

    Nasrallah: From the very beginning, we said that President Assad is willing to make reforms and we contacted a lot of movements and parties and even the opposition. The Iranians also talked directly with the opposition and the answer was that things were heading to a military solution.

  • 03 December 2013, 21:14

    Nasrallah: There would have been no problems in Lebanon had March 14's relation with Saudi Arabia been like our relation with Iran, because Iran does not interfere in our decisions at all, neither in the issue of cabinet nor in the other domestic issues. We don't ask Iran and we don't take its permission, while Saudi Arabia dictates to March 14.

  • 03 December 2013, 21:13

    Nasrallah: Right now, Iran is the most important state in the region and it is consulting with us and it sometimes endorses our viewpoint on certain issues.

  • 03 December 2013, 21:09

    Nasrallah: Iran's stance on the Palestinian cause is ideological and it did not change during the Geneva negotiations.

  • 03 December 2013, 21:05

    Nasrallah: Despite the acute dispute with the Turks over Syria, we did not sever our contacts with the Turkish ambassador to Lebanon and meetings took place with Turkish officials. The new development is taking place between the Turks and the Iranians and between the Turks and the Iraqis.

  • 03 December 2013, 21:03

    Nasrallah: We sat with the Qatari envoy and told him that the military choice in Syria is futile and the attempt to oust Assad militarily is an act of madness, that's why I call on all countries to contribute towards finding a political solution. We also spoke of neutralizing Lebanon in the Syrian crisis.

  • 03 December 2013, 21:02

    Nasrallah: We retained our phone talks with Qatar over the past years although we were at odds politically.

  • 03 December 2013, 21:02

    Nasrallah: We're still in a disagreement with Qatar over Syria but we were not seeking problems with anyone, even with Saudi Arabia.

  • 03 December 2013, 21:01

    Nasrallah: Qatar is reevaluating all its stances in the region and we were concerned with the issue of the Aazaz abductees and the Qatari contribution reopened the doors of dialogue between us.

  • 03 December 2013, 21:00

    Nasrallah: Yes, we have met with a Qatari delegation in the past few days.

  • 03 December 2013, 20:59

    Nasrallah: Saudi Arabia's war on the Muslim Brotherhood is a political war because it wants to be the leader of the Muslim world and it does not accept any partners.

  • 03 December 2013, 20:59

    Nasrallah: Saudi Arabia's problem with Iran is not of a sectarian nature, because it had problems with several Arab countries, and these countries are Sunni, not Shiite.

  • 03 December 2013, 20:56

    Nasrallah: If you monitor all the Saudi-financed media outlets, the Saudi war against Iran has never stopped. The Saudis waged wars against the Iranians in Pakistan, Afghanistan, the Gulf, Iraq and Syria, and of course through its proxies, because it does not dare to wage a direct war.

  • 03 December 2013, 20:52

    Nasrallah: I believe that there is a real problem with Saudi Arabia because all the attempts to open the door of dialogue have failed and the Saudis are the ones who are closing the doors.

  • 03 December 2013, 20:51

    Nasrallah: Minister Zarif is reassuring them today that nothing will happen at the expense of the Gulf countries and he was keen on reassuring Saudi Arabia.

  • 03 December 2013, 20:51

    Nasrallah: Gulf countries have always antagonized Iran but Iran has always been ready to engage in dialogue.

  • 03 December 2013, 20:46

    Nasrallah: According to the information I have, the Iranians are the ones who insisted on postponing talks with the Americans on any other point other than the nuclear issue.

  • 03 December 2013, 20:45

    Nasrallah: According to the information I have, the Americans wanted to discuss other issues with Iran, and throughout history, the U.S. has always tried to discuss all issues as one package but the Iranians have always preferred to discuss one dossier at a time.

  • 03 December 2013, 20:44

    Nasrallah: Kerry was clear when he said that the United States is tired of war and does not want a new war and a temporary agreement happened with Iran.

  • 03 December 2013, 20:43

    Nasrallah: Days ago, the U.S. chief of staff said that the capabilities of the U.S. army are at their weakest levels since decades, this means that the Americans are facing a new situation and they don't want war and Iran has not fallen.

  • 03 December 2013, 20:42

    Nasrallah: They were not able to topple the regime in Iran but I cannot claim that they did not succeed in shaking its economic situation.

  • 03 December 2013, 20:41

    Nasrallah: The wars they fought in Iraq have failed, in Afghanistan they reached a dead end and the wars on Lebanon and Gaza foiled the New Middle East scheme, and now they have failed in Syria.

  • 03 December 2013, 20:40

    Nasrallah: Very important transformations have taken place in the region and the world and although the long course was between Iran and the international community, some parties have claimed that the deal was made with "the Great Satan."

  • 03 December 2013, 20:38

    Nasrallah: The agreement produced by Iran's dialogue with the P5+1 world powers has consolidated the multipolar nature of the current world order and from now on, no single nation can make decisions and settle things on its own.

  • 03 December 2013, 20:37

    Nasrallah: The first result of the agreement was lowering the possibility of war and I cannot say that it eliminated that possibility, and I don't believe that Israel can bomb nuclear facilities without an American greenlight.

  • 03 December 2013, 20:36

    Hizbullah chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah in an interview on OTV: The Iranian nuclear agreement has very important consequences and the first winner is people in the region, from the Gulf to the Middle East, because regional and international forces were pushing for the choice of war with Iran and this is not an easy choice, and it would have led to very dangerous repercussions on the entire region.

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Comments 74
Thumb Mystic 03 December 2013, 20:38

7abibi Sayed Hassan <3 Lead us to victory :-)

Default-user-icon Nqoula (Guest) 03 December 2013, 20:48

Shia pretending to be christian.

Default-user-icon full-disclosure (Guest) 03 December 2013, 21:08

lol, do you ever get tired of the same damn rhetoric? face the facts bro, you picked the wrong side and they lost. One world free of wars and crazy religious fanatics such as those in Saudi and your leaders.

Thumb Mystic 03 December 2013, 21:37

Syria, Iran, Hezbollah all their leaders are my leaders aswell ;) All of them Resistance forever :))

Missing --karim_m2-- 03 December 2013, 22:05

Go back to Afghanistan you Salafist terrorist.

Thumb Mystic 03 December 2013, 22:33

I'm confused, there is 2 karims?

Thumb cedre 04 December 2013, 00:10

is it not yours as well ?

Thumb primesuspect 04 December 2013, 03:01

he's tonto.... idiot. he's sooooooooooooo fake it's not even funny.

Missing ArabDemocrat.com 04 December 2013, 05:24

Mystic - your statement regarding who your leaders are tells me why Lebanon is doomed. If you are Lebanese, your loyalty should be to Lebanon and to its constitution. None of the entities you mention are democratic and none of their leaders believe in democracy.

Thumb Maxx 04 December 2013, 14:26

Yeah, like he led you in 2006. Too bad you weren't one of the 1400 "martyrs" over whose corpses Hasan marched into "victory".

Thumb arzak-ya-libnan 03 December 2013, 21:17

Nasrallah: Gulf countries have always antagonized Iran but Iran has always been ready to engage in dialogue. 20 minute

What a load of crap. Oh poor Iran. The victim if victims. They did not flex their muscles in Lebanon. Gaza. Yemen. Bahrain. Kuwait. Iraq. They are just a peace loving people who send flowers to non-state militias for them to shower their adversaries with petals of spring bloom. Hasoon should read the deals of the agreement with Iran concerning the nuclear file and see exactly how much Iran gave up so chicken can be on the menu again for the average Husain. This guy can take elephant dung and make it sound like braised lamb and baby potatoes that his followers will gobble up wholeheartedly and ask for seconds.

Thumb arzak-ya-libnan 03 December 2013, 21:18

Victim of* victims.

Thumb lebanon_first 03 December 2013, 22:32

arzak... You opened my appetite... You wrote your post during dinner time? :-)

Thumb arzak-ya-libnan 03 December 2013, 21:21

Nasrallah: If you monitor all the Saudi-financed media outlets, the Saudi war against Iran has never stopped. The Saudis waged wars against the Iranians in Pakistan, Afghanistan, the Gulf, Iraq and Syria, and of course through its proxies, because it does not dare to wage a direct war. 23 minutes

But what are the Iranians doing in those countries if they are do peaceful and respect the country's sovereignty.

Thumb arzak-ya-libnan 03 December 2013, 21:23

Nasrallah: Saudi Arabia's war on the Muslim Brotherhood is a political war because it wants to be the leader of the Muslim world and it does not accept any partners

But but. Everyone of your followers on this site who speak like they have inside knowledge of back room politics claim KSA supports the mb?!?!

Missing bigjohn 04 December 2013, 01:44

The KSA helped the MB get elected and after they were elected they gave them billions of dollars. Less than a year later they decided to turn against the MB in support for SISI because they feared the MB might expand to the GCC states. The role of the KSA is to give money to everyone and let them kill each other. Those who set fires will some day BURN.

Missing helicopter 04 December 2013, 04:16

Is this what is happening to Bachar's Syria now bigjohn. They set fires in Lebanon for 40 years and now they the Assad's are burning.

Thumb arzak-ya-libnan 04 December 2013, 06:35

Check your facts. KSA NEVER gave the Egyptian mb billions. That was Qatar. Try again

Default-user-icon dateam (Guest) 04 December 2013, 04:16

no they dont...qatar supports the mb...ksa supports the salafists.

Thumb LEBhasNOhope 03 December 2013, 21:34

I was expecting a different clAoun today ;)

Thumb mr.n 03 December 2013, 21:42

"There would have been no problems in Lebanon had March 14's relation with Saudi Arabia been like our relation with Iran, because Iran does not interfere in our decisions at all, neither in the issue of cabinet nor in the other domestic issues. We don't ask Iran and we don't take its permission, while Saudi Arabia dictates to March 14."

Enough said. The M8 coalition work for Lebanon(and themselves.) M14 works for Saudi(and themselves.)

Thumb liefighter 03 December 2013, 21:59

What about when he said that he does'nt think and use his head, he just consult the walifakir???

Thumb mr.n 03 December 2013, 22:10

Consultation and taking orders are radically different. He also made no mention of your statement's first segment.

Thumb arzak-ya-libnan 04 December 2013, 06:36

He follows wilayet al faqih. That means he takes orders from the supreme leader. Enough said.

Thumb mobious125 03 December 2013, 22:33

This guy has become comical, how embarrassing for the Lebanese to have this guy on TV allegedly speaking for them, good entertainment value though!!!

Thumb benzona 03 December 2013, 23:57

1o1

Thumb lebanon_first 03 December 2013, 22:37

Notice how He catered this speech for a christian audience since OTV is broadcasting it....

As usual, amazing hypocrisy. He blames M14 to be the puppet of KSA while it is him who is the employee of Iran...

He drags our country to war inviting takfiris in, then says that he is saving lebanon from Takfiris

But i got to hand it to him. He sounds so convincing that I got convinced there for a moment before i remembered who he was.

Now that the assadists are winning in syria, he wants to pretend that he is friend with everybody... even the turks... LMFAO

Missing peace 03 December 2013, 23:48

it is the same tactics used by the baath regime : set the fire then come and pretend to be the firefighter!

Thumb cedre 04 December 2013, 00:18

Khomeynists and syrian pseudo-secularist baath learnt from jews how to
lie. Abdullah ibn Saba was a jew.

Thumb cedre 03 December 2013, 22:42

after the dozens of coffins coming back for Base 80 in Aleppo, East Ghouta and Qalamoun, Nassy begging saudis to stop support FSA.
Only thing is saudis know khomeyni doctrine inside out, they know iranian plans of domination on the levant and the gulf.
This war will go on until Assad falls and Syrian chose themselves their leader...

Thumb lebanon_first 03 December 2013, 22:57

Cedre. You dont understand. 99.99% of Syrians voted for assad in the last elections. Syrians even celebrate the "I love my dictator day". For Assad is a benevolent fair leader.

Missing peace 03 December 2013, 23:46

another entertaining speech by iranman... always a nice comedy show to watch! LOL

Thumb benzona 03 December 2013, 23:56

je suis malade, completement malade.... je parle de Dieu et de victoires divines, mais Dieu m'ordonne de me cacher toute l'annee parceque Dieu ne me protegera pas. Qui suis-je?

Thumb benzona 04 December 2013, 00:02

he suis un croisement de ouistiti et d'ayman zawahiri, qui suis-je?

Missing peace 04 December 2013, 00:14

"he party has “very modest presence there.”"

how hypocrit iranman is.. if "very modest" then why are you there? you pretend that a very modest presence is helping assad?
if very modest then why don't you OBEY "your" president and disassociate?
you are just an outlaw thug....

Missing bigjohn 04 December 2013, 00:49

The invasion of the GCC into Bahrain does not bother you???

Thumb cedre 04 December 2013, 00:16

'Abdullah Azzam Brigades Linked to Saudi Intelligence' :

Qomi-style taqiya BS, Azzam B., Islamic Jihad, FPLF, Fath Islam linked to Syria and Iran.

Thumb lebpatriot777 04 December 2013, 00:23

It is time we sit and dialogue with the other side darlings of March 14. KSA is getting isolated and soon the cannibal terrorists will have their caliphate replacing the "King" himself. Now March 14 are you going to be with us or with the terrorists?

Thumb lebpatriot777 04 December 2013, 01:02

Are you the spokesman for the cannibals Mr M11?

Thumb lebpatriot777 04 December 2013, 01:50

You're obviously a March 14 cannibal but hiding shamefully behind M11 (which is by the way so childish -like the date of March 11 means something, but idiotic and consistent with m14 mentality). In any case the world had witnessed your terrorist allies in Syria eating human hearts,killing 15 year old boys, and beheading civilians. It's all there. Shoe proof of your allegations that you "saw" mr cannibal terrorist.

Missing bigjohn 04 December 2013, 01:59

M11...there is very little left of the FSA. You have over 1000 armed brigades! They are either wahabis funded by the KSA or Al Qaeda. They both want wahabi sharia law. Please give me a name of ONE brigade that is NOT??? If you have been reading even NAHARNET you would have read that.

Thumb cedre 04 December 2013, 02:08

ksa is very isolated, only supported by hundred of millions from morocco to indonesia. Iran is support by shias khomeynists, alawites, pseudo-secularists, jews and Obama.

Missing bigjohn 04 December 2013, 02:20

The Sunnis of the world do not support the Saudi Royal family . The majority of the Saudi people do not support the Royal family. When Iraq invaded kuwait and annexed it in 1990, and overthrow the Royal family of Kuwait, it was the west that liberated them after the Gulf kings paid the west tens of billions of dollars. Most Arabs (sunnis) supported Saddam Hussein. The Western puppet gulf kings are the most hated in the Arab world. According to Amnesty International, In Iran, you have 600 political prisoners. In KSA, with a third of the population of Iran, you have more than 10,000 political prisoners and most of them are Sunnis. Off course, this is not reported in the pro-KSA media!

Thumb primesuspect 04 December 2013, 06:13

yeah it's true,,,, he's tinybrain.... he couldn't provide a good argument not 2 have them revoke it. wat a dooosh bag!

Default-user-icon Truth (Guest) 04 December 2013, 00:52

And you and the basij have executed Hariri and many others, stretching back to the early eighties. You created terrorism in Irak against Saddam, against the marines in Beirut in 1983 before Al Qaeda was even a mere concept ! You are a terrorist organisation with global reach, operating on the four corners of the globe. When the americans realise they have been cheated again by the basij and assad about their WMD, we'll see how your rethoric will change , you murderer. There's only one place for people like you, either behind bars, or hanging down a rope !

Missing bigjohn 04 December 2013, 01:18

The KSA were horrified to see their allies the Tunisian dictator overthrown and Mubarak overthrown and the West was not able to do ANYTHING to support them. The agreement of the West with Iran, which says that the West will not declare war on Iran for enriching uranium, which is a right of ALL STATES did 2 things: Iran agreed to lower its enrichment, which if they wanted to build a nuclear weapon in the future, it would take longer. But, the west will not declare war on Iran for enriching uranium which is what Israel and KSA wanted after their huge costly debacles in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Missing bigjohn 04 December 2013, 01:24

As far as Syria is concerned, you have basically 2 groups of "revolutionaries" (or counter revolutionaries worst than the regime): Wahabis/takfiris loyal to Al Qaeda like Al Nusra or ISIS or the many smaller groups of wahabis/takfiris funded by the KSA and loyal to KSA. The Abdullah Azzam Brigades have made it very clear that they are loyal to KSA. The KSA is taking big risks here because they are scared. iran will retaliate. if the KSA think the west will become more anti-iranian if relations between the 2 states becomes worse, they are mistaken.

Default-user-icon Hanni (Guest) 04 December 2013, 01:33

What national dress code is that you're wearing Nazzie ,its definately not Lebanese!

Missing bigjohn 04 December 2013, 01:37

Just look at the smile of Nasralla's face? Now, compare that to the faces of Netanyahu and the Saudi Royal family who are now isolated in the world.

Missing bigjohn 04 December 2013, 02:06

I was just trying to say who have been worrying the most. I was not trying to frighten you.

Missing bigjohn 04 December 2013, 01:51

I am sure you know nothing about Nasser, KSA support to the Lebanese front and PLO. Tell if you have ANY logic, where did I fail the logic test?

Missing bigjohn 04 December 2013, 02:25

Yes, I am very well aware of the liberal thinking encouraged by the KSA. The chief Mufti in KSA recently said (written in NAHARNET) that it is "EVIL" for women to drive a car. Now compare that to a religious country like Iran where 60% of college students are females.

Default-user-icon E.Rihani (Guest) 04 December 2013, 02:44

Dear Administrator,

Unfortunately you have mistranslated the following sentence:

“I believe that there is a real problem with Saudi Arabia because all the attempts to open the door of dialogue have failed and the Americans are the ones who are closing the doors.

Sayyed Nasrallah was talking on the Saudis who are closing the doors and not on the Americans.

Kindly correct it.

E. Rihani
Al-Manar English Website

Thumb sevilla 04 December 2013, 15:00

was "talking on the Saudis"? What kinda of English is that? Al-Manar English Website:)))))

Thumb primesuspect 04 December 2013, 02:55

where is nusralla????? There's one more field he forgot to plow!!!! stop hiding nassy, come back! i must be read to sell the vegetables for xmas. stop playing silly games and begin plowing now!

Thumb cedre 04 December 2013, 03:03

qomi taqiya/brainwashing at his best, few mistakes among others :
-syrian, moroccan, GCC, egyptian,pakistan, senegal, ect.. helped KSA
- al saouds are salafis not wahabis or takfiris
-ur figures of political prisonners are BS hundreds of iranian sunnis are killed every year.
- KSA gave money to phalangists and MB LOL
- ect.. no time to answer everything

Default-user-icon hassouna (Guest) 04 December 2013, 04:42

Hasouna is a sick person who either believes his own lies or thinks that his followers are not smart enough to tell reality from imagination. Remember when they first went into syria, he used to say that the fighters are goiing on their own to protect zeineb and later on hee is sending small groups to defend the borders and finally when death toll became so high , he admitted that they went to syria to save the regime and every time his blind followers believed him. Its really sad that shiites still act like sheep at least most of them. Their are some who freely think for themselvesx and oppose hassouna and his iranian agenda

Thumb primesuspect 04 December 2013, 06:08

jaja

Thumb arzak-ya-libnan 04 December 2013, 06:38

They can enrich to a max of 5%. A far cry from their current 20%.

Thumb primesuspect 04 December 2013, 06:41

do u think he believes in love after love?

Default-user-icon Hassan (Guest) 04 December 2013, 07:07

The Saudis want democracy what joke .. And there puppets want democracy .. This man is a true leader .. Stood up to the plate and is kicking takfiri behind ... Hizbullah is fighting the cristian fight as wall as everybody that doesn't submit to these filthy takfiri s .. 12 nuns kidnapped what a joke where are the men in the cristian community .. Isn't there anybody that is not scared of these beheading heart eating monsters .. They came for all over the world recruited .. Hizbullah was last to join the fight in Syria ... There were chechnians pakis afghanis Aussies British French Saudis ect .. Does jaja love the Wahhabis or there money

Thumb general_puppet 04 December 2013, 07:26

The REAL IRAN MAN is not going to fit in his bunker pretty soon :-)

Thumb general_puppet 04 December 2013, 07:34

What a load of BS… Nasrallah's speeches get more and more pathetic as time goes by.

He did make one accurate statement “We are not fighting on behalf of the Syrians”… of course not, you are fighting on behalf of your partner in crime Assad!

Missing freecitizen 04 December 2013, 08:17

I like him when he speaks of international affairs, I really want to believe him especially when he speaks of deteriorating American military capabilities, I wonder if he has any idea about the stockpiles of nuclear heads thd US, or that it has 8 aircraft carriers (one of them can wipe iran of the map) why he sticks his nose in big things, what's the business of Lebanon in that?, what is Lebanon getting from trying to mess with the big players? Ahhh I forgot, holy Islamic resistance can win over any enemy

Thumb jabal10452 04 December 2013, 08:26

Well he is the de facto state!.
He is the de facto President, Prime minister and Foreign Minister all in one.
He is basically the Governor of Lebanon, elevated to his post by several factors:
1. A hopelessly corrupt and emasculated State.
2. The unquestioning support of his sect.
3. The true masters of Lebanon, which is the Iranian/Syrian alliance.
4. A fractured, dispirited and leaderless Christian front.
5. An decapitated opposition whose new leaders are neither competent nor inspiring.

Thumb chad 04 December 2013, 10:18

vive la resistance !!

Default-user-icon Hammerhead (Guest) 04 December 2013, 11:09

Nasrallah: The wars they fought have failed.
They have not failed, on the contrary, what they had planned would happen, did happen.
1- They have pitted the different sects against each other and renewed old rivalries.
2- They have instigated an arms race amongst the different waring countries to retrieve most of the petrodollars, hence stabilising their economise.
3- They have the whole Islamic world in turmoil against each other forgetting the Israeli conflict and Palastnian cause.
4- They have destroyed the infrusructure and economies of Libya, Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Yemen, Sudan, Somalia, Iran and Lebanon.
5- They have made sure that the unaffected Arab countries are aligned with at least one or more of these countries thus providing military assistance and aid to these devasted countries. Thus more petrodollars spent.

Default-user-icon Hassan (Guest) 04 December 2013, 11:18

The Saudis want democracy what joke .. And there puppets want democracy .. This man is a true leader .. Stood up to the plate and is kicking takfiri behind ... Hizbullah is fighting the cristian fight as wall as everybody that doesn't submit to these filthy takfiri s .. 12 nuns kidnapped what a joke where are the men in the cristian community .. Isn't there anybody that is not scared of these beheading heart eating monsters .. They came for all over the world recruited .. Hizbullah was last to join the fight in Syria ... There were chechnians pakis afghanis Aussies British French Saudis ect .. Does jaja love the Wahhabis or there money

Default-user-icon Hammerhead (Guest) 04 December 2013, 11:28

How do you think the West is going to retrieve the flow of funds into the Middle East from the purchase of oil. War and an arms race is the only way. Nasrallah and his likes are playing the game and think that they are victorious in foiling Western schemes. There will never be peace in the Middle East until the oil runs out or they find a substitute energy source. So until then Mr Nasrlallah, keep on beating the war drums and playing into their hands.

Thumb FlameCatcher 04 December 2013, 12:25

Wow Nasrallah, it's been a long time I haven't heard so much bull from you.

Your bull about being "dissassociated" from Iran is wonderful. I'm sure your followers believe it.

Your downplaying of your involvement in Syria is also very modest of you.

Your failure to condemn the Syrian regime for bombing tripoli shows know more about it. Care to share ?

I wish I had the courage to sift through all your lies and discredit them one by one but this is what I do all the time. So I will limit myself to saying that :

- You are a damn liar
- You barely mention Lebanon in all your speech and focus more on Iran / Syria
- Your speech is empty of facts so it's all lies and demagogy
- Hezbollah is a terrorist organisation based on Islamist and Jihadist ideals which makes them just the same as any other crappy terrorist organisation.
- Your sheep will vomit your lies all over this site for the weeks to come
- Santa Claus is not coming to town

Thumb FlameCatcher 04 December 2013, 12:28

Just wanted to add that an Organisation who's sole source of funding is IRAN and ILLEGAL activities, weapon and drug smuggling is not INDEPENDENT from IRAN.

Especially when it is not a "Secret" that it was founded by Iran... and military sheep trained and armed by Iran ...

Default-user-icon Illusionist (Guest) 04 December 2013, 17:48

@the1phoenix, am i the only one that thinks what Sayyed hassan, though he is charismatic and talks very well, is completely trying to blind even more all of his followers? Iran cut a deal with the supposed "chitan" America and thus, indirectly , cutting a deal with Israel because the US will never let down Israel , the deal included a guarantee for Iran never to touch Israel and to go above the level of uranium needed for a bomb...The masters of our leaders are cutting deals among each others while our leaders are still controlling us for the same reasons that do not exist anymore... So can somebody show me where did all this "lebanese" inteligence go to? dont we have what is called common sense anymore?

Default-user-icon Bortakij Miflandio (Guest) 04 December 2013, 19:22

Apparently, our good-for-nothing president-by-parachute is also linked to Saudi Intelligence and forms part of the Hinie-Kisser Brigades.

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