Nasrallah Slams March 14, Says Hizbullah Won't Kill 'Ordinary' Israelis to Avenge Mughniyeh

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Hizbullah chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah on Thursday hit back at the rival March 14 camp over the speeches delivered by its leaders on the seventh anniversary of ex-PM Rafik Hariri’s assassination.

“Two days ago Lebanon marked an occasion that is dear to all the Lebanese: the anniversary of ex-PM Hariri’s martyrdom and we extend our condolences to his admirers and voice our condemnation of such assassinations,” Nasrallah said in a televised speech commemorating Hizbullah’s “martyr leaders.”

Addressing the leaders of the March 14 camp, Nasrallah said: “You are not in a position that allows you to put conditions or impose conditions. You had put conditions in 2006 and the war (with Israel) ended without your conditions. You are not in a position to give guarantees in Lebanon concerning the developments in the region.”

Slamming March 14’s rhetoric, Hizbullah’s chief noted that “anyone keen on preventing Sunni-Shiite strife must right now stop the statements of their MPs and media outlets that are full of despicable sectarianism.”

“During the February 14 anniversary, they should’ve let someone other than (Lebanese Forces leader) Samir Geagea count the massacres (in Syria),” Nasrallah said, sarcastically suggesting National Bloc chief Carlos Edde for that role.

Commenting on Geagea’s reminder in his speech of the 1987 killing of Hizbullah members at the hands of the Syrian forces in Lebanon, Nasrallah said: “The issue of the Fathalla (Barracks) massacre is not something to be used against as even when the Syrian army committed mistakes we did not battle it because we took Palestine, Jerusalem and Lebanon into consideration.”

And criticizing the letter sent by the opposition Syrian National Council and recited during the Feb. 14 rally by March 14 General Secretariat Coordinator Fares Soaid, Nasrallah said sarcastically: “It is a good start for the opposition Syrian National Council to have Fares Soaid as its spokesman.”

He also slammed the March 14 forces for “sending weapons to Syria,” while telling Hizbullah not to interfere in Bahrain.

“You have pinned your hopes on one bet (the fall of the Syrian regime) because you don’t have anything else to offer and you have betted on outside developments as usual,” Nasrallah charged.

He said that the March 14 forces were “confident that the regime will fall like they were confident concerning their other failed bets.”

“You have called for neutrality towards Israel, so why don’t you call for neutrality towards Syria?” Nasrallah asked his rivals.

Addressing the issue of Hizbullah’s controversial arsenal of weapons, Nasrallah said: “Why don’t you be clear concerning the issue of weapons? We are saying that we are boasting our arsenal in quantity and quality and that we have known and secret weapons because we should always prepare surprises for the Israelis.”

“Why don’t you say that you possess arms, which are evident on the streets and in the videos? When we talk about the arms of the resistance we do so because they are aimed at liberating the land, we don’t talk about the arms of others to justify our own,” Nasrallah added.

He wondered: “What is preventing the rise of the state? The rockets which are pointed at Israel or the light weapons used for crimes and killing people?”

Commenting on March 14’s support for the Arab Spring uprisings, Hizbullah’s chief said: “Do you really believe that the Cedar Revolution gave birth to the Arab Spring? The Arab Spring was against the regimes run by (former U.S. secretary of state Condoleezza) Rice, (Assistant U.S. Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs Jeffrey) Feltman and (U.S. Secretary of State Hillary) Clinton, the same people who were supervising you in 2006.”

“Were you the ones who toppled (ousted Egyptian president Hosni) Mubarak?”

However, Nasrallah voiced support for any call for “unconditional” national dialogue.

The March 14 camp insists that dialogue should be limited to the issue of Hizbullah’s arms.

Justifying Hizbullah’s support for the embattled Syrian regime, Nasrallah said it was not fair or just to “equate regimes that have done the impossible to ensure Israel’s survival with other regimes that have done the impossible for Palestine’s survival.”

“The Arab governments are too busy today to notice what is going on in Palestine and the spotlight is on Syria, and I won’t say Bahrain as there lies the great injustice,” Nasrallah noted.

“The Israeli is carrying on with his scheme of Judaization and mistreating the detainees, such as detainee Khodr Adnan who is staging a hunger strike and who is facing the threat of death. Had Khodr Adnan been Israeli would the world act the same way? Had he been an Israeli held by one of the resistance movements, wouldn’t Arab kings interfere to resolve his case?” Nasrallah wondered.

He warned that the Arab world should observe “Israel’s stance on what is going on today in the region, especially on what is being tried in Egypt, Syria, Palestine and Lebanon.”

“Any alternative in Syria is better for Israel as the opposition is being sponsored by the U.S. and the Arabs whose history is well-known. I call for a little contemplation on why the entire world is insisting on toppling the Syrian regime. According to the approach we believe in, the regime is defiant and it did not betray the resistance in Lebanon, Palestine or Iraq,” Nasrallah pointed out.

“The last thing they tell you during debate is that he (Assad) did not open up the Golan front, but have you opened up the fronts or cut off the financial support to the Palestinians?” he said, addressing the Arab countries that are critical of the Syrian regime.

Nasrallah noted that “everyone is calling for reform, including the regime which formed a committee tasked with drafting a full new constitution and a media law.”

“They asked me whether Assad would accept to abolish Article 8 and I said yes. Did they ask for reforms other than those adopted so far? There is insistence on armed confrontation,” he added.

Nasrallah accused Arab countries of rejecting any “political” solution in Syria.

“We ask the Arab governments about their vision on how to deal with Israel and they tell us ‘a political solution’ and they are still awaiting the Arab (peace) initiative endorsed in 2000 and they are still hoping for a political solution. But when we tell them negotiate with Syria on a political solution they answer that there’s no time. How do you accept negotiation with Israel while you don’t accept to negotiate with an Arab state?” Hizbullah’s chief asked.

“Arabs deprived the resistance in Palestine of weapons and tried arms smugglers, while they are publicly declaring now that they will send weapons to Syria. Who are they trying to serve? Isn’t this Arab insistence on toppling the Syrian regime suspicious?”

Raising the issue of the Bahraini uprising, Nasrallah accused the anti-Syria Arab countries of turning a blind eye to the heavy-handed crackdown by the authorities there.

“Live ammunition was fired at the demonstrators in Bahrain and you remained silent. We know about the secret relation between Bahrain and Israel,” Nasrallah added.

“Would an Arab king or sheikh introduce the reforms launched by President Assad? The Americans are ridiculing them because they are seeking destruction,” he noted.

Separately, Nasrallah denied his armed group had any role in a recent series of attacks on Israeli diplomats.

"Regarding the explosions that took place in India, Georgia and Thailand, I can tell you categorically that Hizbullah has nothing to do" with them, he said.

Nasrallah said Hizbullah would find other ways to take revenge for the 2008 killing of top Hizbullah military commander Imad Mughniyeh.

"Our revenge will not (be) against soldiers and Israeli diplomats or ordinary Israelis," said the Hizbullah chief, without elaborating.

"The day will come when we shall avenge Imad Mughniyeh with honor," he said.

Israel has accused Iran of being behind the attacks, a charge the Islamic republic promptly denied.

Thai police said that Israeli diplomats were the intended target of a failed bomb attack in Bangkok on Tuesday, a day after attacks on Israeli embassy staff in India and Georgia.

Bangkok has been on alert since mid-January when police arrested a Lebanese man with alleged links to Hizbullah on suspicion he was planning an attack, following a U.S. warning that tourists might be targeted.

Timeline
  • 16 February 2012, 21:10

    Nasrallah: We, the people of resistance, are here to stay. We will carry on with our approach and principles and do not worry about the future as those who are worried today are the Americans and the Israelis.

  • 16 February 2012, 21:01

    Nasrallah: Regarding the explosions that took place in India, Georgia and Thailand, I can tell you categorically that Hizbullah has nothing to do with them.

  • 16 February 2012, 20:57

    Nasrallah to March 14 leaders: You are not in a position that allows you to put conditions or impose conditions. You had put conditions in 2006 and the war ended without your conditions. You are not in a position to give guarantees in Lebanon concerning the developments in the region. Anyone keen on preventing Sunni-Shiite strife must right now stop the statements of their MPs and media outlets that are full of despicable sectarianism.

  • 16 February 2012, 20:55

    Nasrallah: Do you really believe that the Cedar Revolution gave birth to the Arab Spring? The Arab Spring was against the regimes run by Rice, Feltman and Clinton, the same people who were supervising you in 2006. Were you the ones who topped Mubarak?

  • 16 February 2012, 20:53

    Nasrallah: Why don’t you say that you possess arms, which are evident on the streets and in the videos? When we talk about the arms of the resistance we do so because it is aimed at liberating the land, we don’t talk about the arms of others to justify our own. What is preventing the rise of the state? The rockets which are pointed at Israel or the light weapons used for crimes and killing people?

  • 16 February 2012, 20:50

    Nasrallah: Why don’t you be clear concerning the issue of weapons? We are saying that we are boasting our arsenal in quantity and quality and that we have known and secret weapons because we should always prepare surprises for the Israelis.

  • 16 February 2012, 20:45

    Nasrallah to March 14 forces: You have pinned your hopes on one bet because you don’t have anything else to offer and you have betted on outside developments as usual. They are confident that the regime will fall like they were confident concerning their other failed bets … You have called for neutrality towards Israel, so why don’t you call for neutrality towards Syria?

  • 16 February 2012, 20:41

    Nasrallah to March 14 forces: Why are you sending weapons to Syria?

  • 16 February 2012, 20:37

    Nasrallah said sarcastically: It is a good start for the opposition Syrian National Council to have Fares Soaid as its spokesman.

  • 16 February 2012, 20:36

    Nasrallah: As to those killed by the militias and forces of some of the speakers, why were they killed?

  • 16 February 2012, 20:35

    Nasrallah: During the February 14 anniversary, they should’ve let someone other than Samir Geagea count the massacres, Carlos Edde for example … The issue of the Fathalla Massacre is not something to be used against as even when the Syrian army committed mistakes we did not battle it because we took Palestine, Jerusalem and Lebanon into consideration.

  • 16 February 2012, 20:33

    Nasrallah: We support any call for unconditional dialogue.

  • 16 February 2012, 20:31

    Nasrallah: Two days ago Lebanon marked an occasion that is dear to all the Lebanese: the anniversary of ex-PM Hariri’s martyrdom and we extend our condolences to his admirers and voice our condemnation of such assassinations.

  • 16 February 2012, 20:31

    Nasrallah: Would an Arab king or sheikh introduce the reforms launched by President Assad? The Americans are ridiculing them because they are seeking destruction.

  • 16 February 2012, 20:30

    Nasrallah: We must seek political solutions in Lebanon, Iraq, Bahrain and Syria and deprive the Israeli of this chance.

  • 16 February 2012, 20:28

    Nasrallah: Live ammunition was fired at the demonstrators in Bahrain and you remained silent. We know about the secret relation between Bahrain and Israel.

  • 16 February 2012, 20:27

    Nasrallah: Arabs deprived the resistance in Palestine from weapons and tried arms smugglers, while they are publicly declaring now that they will send weapons to Syria. Who are they trying to serve? Isn’t this Arab insistence on toppling the Syrian regime suspicious?

  • 16 February 2012, 20:26

    Nasrallah: We ask the Arab governments about their vision on how to deal with Israel and they tell us “a political solution” and they are still awaiting the Arab initiative endorsed in 2000 and they are still hoping for a political solution. But when we tell them negotiate with Syria on a political solution they answer that there’s no time. How do you accept negotiation with Israel while you don’t accept to negotiate with an Arab state?

  • 16 February 2012, 20:24

    Nasrallah: Everyone is calling for reform, including the regime which formed a committee tasked with drafting a full new constitution and a media law. They asked me whether Assad would accept to abolish Article 8 and I said yes. Did they ask for reforms other than those adopted so far? There is insistence on armed confrontation.

  • 16 February 2012, 20:22

    Nasrallah: Any alternative in Syria is better for Israel as the opposition is being sponsored by the U.S. and the Arabs whose history is well-known. I call for a little contemplation on why the entire world is insisting on toppling the Syrian regime. According to the approach we believe in, the regime is defiant and it did not betray the resistance in Lebanon, Palestine or Iraq. When Powell met with Assad, didn’t he ask him to hand over Meshaal and others? The last thing they tell you during debate is that he (Assad) did not open up the Golan front, but have you opened up the fronts or cut off the financial support to the Palestinians?

  • 16 February 2012, 20:18

    Nasrallah: The enemy believes that its only chance concerning Egypt is the election of a pro-army president. To the Egyptians I say: in every security incident in Egypt nowadays search for the Israeli and the American. The enemy also wants chaos in Iraq. Today it is also seeing a chance in Syria, as Israel believes that any new regime is better than the Assad regime.

  • 16 February 2012, 20:07

    Nasrallah: The Arab governments are too busy today to notice what is going on in Palestine and the spotlight is on Syria, and I won’t say Bahrain as there lies the great injustice. The Israeli is carrying on with his scheme of Judaization and mistreating the detainees, such as detainee Khodr Adnan who is staging a hunger strike and who is facing the threat of death. Had Khodr Adnan been Israeli would the world act the same way? Had he been an Israeli held by one of the resistance movements, wouldn’t Arab kings interfere to resolve his case?

  • 16 February 2012, 20:04

    Nasrallah: We should observe Israel’s stance on what is going on today in the region, especially on what is being tried in Egypt, Syria, Palestine and Lebanon.

  • 16 February 2012, 20:02

    Nasrallah: Some governments did not take sides while other governments voiced support for the resistance from the onset, and when you belong to this cause and mindset, whether you are Muslim or Christian, is it fair and just to equate regimes that have done the impossible to ensure Israel’s survival with other regimes that have done the impossible for Palestine’s survival?

  • 16 February 2012, 19:56

    Nasrallah: Every resistance fighter in this region, especially in the neighboring countries, is defending the entire nation by resisting the Zionists, and our leaders defended Palestine, Lebanon, Syria and Jordan and every country threatened by this scheme.

  • 16 February 2012, 19:55

    Nasrallah: The Zionist scheme poses a threat to the entire region and we are its enemies because it is occupying Palestine, Judaizing Jerusalem and inflicting all the agonies of the Palestinian people inside and outside Palestine. And because we believe that this scheme poses a threat to all the components of the region, regardless of their religion, ethnicity or cultural identity and therefore we must confront it and topple it.

  • 16 February 2012, 19:51

    Nasrallah: In 30 years from now, you will find this resistance strong, steadfast and enjoying an invincible will.

  • 16 February 2012, 19:40

    Hizbullah chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah in a televised speech commemorating “Martyr Leaders Day”: On this occasion we commemorate the martyrdom and glorious deeds of a group of our leaders, the leaders of the resistance: His Eminence Sheikh Ragheb Harb, His Eminence Sayyed Abbas Moussawi and the great commander Imad Mughniyeh.

Comments 151
Missing lebaneserevenge@yahoo.com 16 February 2012, 20:03

In his dreams.....never happen....he is lucky if he has 3 months left, let alone 30 years more of his group....hizb is done, and so are you ya Sheik....you look terrible...you need to crawl out of that rat hole and get some sun....vitamin D....really, you look bad...worried about something big falling on your head, possibly?

Missing sab3a-ayar 16 February 2012, 22:15

LOL...
is that what you are dreaming of...Hezib is going to stay in lebanon for the rest of your lifetime my friend. Geagea, Harari, gemayal, Fatfat, siniora will al be gone and Hezibna is staying...

Default-user-icon LEBANESE_1001 (Guest) 16 February 2012, 23:08

Mfawaz: Your Hassouna is gona rot in Tehran :)) Enjoying the sun over there as it seems he can't get out on the streets within a democratic country like Lebanon

Besides: HezbTehran takes Oxygen from Bashar, from Iran and some other filthy terrorists. Once these regimes are gone (which is very very soon!!!) what do you think will happen to Hezbo? He will wither vanish, or lunch a civil war which he will lose against Lebanese. Start counting the days...:)))))

Default-user-icon jenny (Guest) 17 February 2012, 01:26

abu da'en.. You're on the way with your friend asaad.

Default-user-icon guest (Guest) 17 February 2012, 02:47

Jabalamel, do you know any english words other than filthy Zionist and hallucinate?! your comments can't get any lamer than that, I am sorry I even took the time to read some of them. You speak just for the sake of speaking just like m3almak nasrallah. Use your brains every once in a while.

Thumb jcamerican 17 February 2012, 12:18

Poor thing. You had been waiting for 30 years for revenge. I guess another 30 years will be easier for you, since you got use to waiting.

Default-user-icon Rim (Guest) 17 February 2012, 13:22

Why are you that hysterical Mr lebaneserevenge?
We can read all the sharpness in your comments.
Mmmmm its been since ages that your telling us that Hezb is almost over, are not you fed up of uttering such stupidities?
Politic is much more complicated than your little mind think it is.
You should thank Sayedna and all those who were on the war footing for liberating Lebanon. At least, they were not in Faraya sheltering from the war where hundreds of Lebanese died. Yes they were shïtes but above all LEBANESE.

Missing thewizrad66 17 February 2012, 13:22

Let us wait and see who is dreaming, and to be honest the Sheikh as you named him is very proud that he is threatened by the Israelis unlike you "Lebaneserevenge" and your leader Sa'ad who is proud to be an ally for the Israelis

Default-user-icon hassan hajj ali (Guest) 16 February 2012, 20:09

"In 30 years from now, you will find this resistance strong, steadfast and enjoying an invincible will".. in 30 years?!! But I thought you promised that the Zionist entity and American imperialist empire are going to cease to exist very soon, what gives?

Missing sab3a-ayar 16 February 2012, 22:49

Nasrallah: We, the people of resistance, are here to stay. We will carry on with our approach and principles and do not worry about the future as those who are worried today are the Americans and the Israelis.

Default-user-icon hfawaz (Guest) 16 February 2012, 23:12

is there an echo in here or are you just a parakeet?

Default-user-icon reality-bites (Guest) 17 February 2012, 00:07

If Nasrallah believes that the "resistance" will still be around in 30 years then I think that clarifies that he and his militia are failures. He is not interested in finding a real solution to a prosperous Lebanon...

The reality here is that Iran and Syria and Hizballa are all in desperation mode. The are scrambling to get air-time and flex their muscles whenever they can because they are afraid that the world and their [very few] supporters can now see right through their lies!

In 30 years no one will remember you or your masters. I'm hoping for 3 years.

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 01:06

i addressed this issue on the bottom, but it was just figure of speech.

Default-user-icon Gabby (Guest) 16 February 2012, 20:19

Is he going to mention the martyr Hariri?

Rat boy has no impact anymore.

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 01:08

oh look, one more self declared zionist has hissed again.

yes, yes keep telling yourself that, and send your genocidal militia here.

Default-user-icon Marco (Guest) 17 February 2012, 09:24

You've seen dozens bashing or dozens on the defensive ?!? humm

Missing realist 17 February 2012, 09:38

hassan is a munafiq daraje ola, how on earth can a muslim turban man support a regime killing its own people!? the answer is clear: the dead are sunis and the killers are alwais. Quit the crap and be a man and say it. And quit israel this israel that: if israel/US really did not want assad he would have been history months ago, the only reason the US changed the policy is because assad expired and someone else has to replace him, assad died politicaly and can not be revived, but to claim that israel is against assad is such a bad joke really.

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 13:22

the filthy zionist media terrorists hallucinate about rat boys

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 13:22

that's what happen when you take too much lsd

Thumb benzona 16 February 2012, 20:20

Indeed, longue live justice at the Hague!

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 01:08

no he is self declared zionist they live (for now) in occupied palestine

Missing realist 17 February 2012, 09:39

Where is justice?? in tehran and damascus !?! akeed 3am temza7 lol.. plus why are you speaking in english?? start farse from now on.

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 13:23

the filthy zionist media terrorist hallucinate about justice in hague

Thumb marc 16 February 2012, 20:22

You mean in 30 years you are still going to be resisting? Where is that victory soon you promised??? As far as I am concerned, you are in bed with the Zionist Regime

Default-user-icon notellmotel (Guest) 16 February 2012, 20:53

love4bashar then get a rooms, freak and try to keep the noise down no one needs to hear your love making.

Thumb marc 16 February 2012, 20:59

My post made too much sense for you, this is the best way you respond? LMAO

Missing realist 16 February 2012, 21:11

what about the women that bashar's thugs are raping? killing? how about the children that his forces raped and killed? shut up.

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 01:09

the filthy zionist media terrorists hallucinate about some raping

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 01:09

the filthy zionist media terrorist hallucinate about girls from our glorious resistance.

Default-user-icon shame (Guest) 16 February 2012, 20:22

I am shocked? the Lebanese traitors who side against a real resistance against israel are cowards, nothing more. I pray for your deaths? from a Lebanese expatriate. SHAME on you Lebanese.

Thumb joesikemrex 17 February 2012, 01:18

Real resistance? LOL. Your resistance only resists Lebanese state and people. Nothing else. Bunch of criminals and thugs

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 13:24

the filthy zionist media scum hallucinate about our glorious resistance to be against state and people

hillarious.

Thumb benzona 16 February 2012, 20:33

I'm listening to his speech and I'm hallucinating. The guy is completely disconnected from reality! We don't bloody care about Jerusalem or Gaza. We care about living in a decent country without having thugs trying in their black ( American!) SUV flashing their headlights because youre driving on 'their' lane whilst they put everyone in danger by driving recklessly. We care about electricity 24/7 (and Shias paying their bills instead of stealing) as well as water. We care about getting jobs with decent income. The wars and conflicts he keeps creating benefit no one except himself and his bosses. You know what, go fight your war with your Zionist counterparts in bloody Israel. Leave our country, our land that will be much holier without you and your weapons that threaten to blow up buildings because the explosive devices are so unstable and because the keepers aren't trained to handle such items. Ir7al ir7al ya Hassan.

Missing sab3a-ayar 16 February 2012, 23:04

Nasrallah: We, the people of resistance, are here to stay. We will carry on with our approach and principles and do not worry about the future as those who are worried today are the Americans and the Israelis.

Default-user-icon secret lovers (Guest) 16 February 2012, 23:26

Nasrallah to Bashar:
You're the one who makes me happy honey
You're the sun who makes me shine
When you're around I'm always laughing
I want to make you mine
I close my eyes
And see you before me
Think I would die
If you were to ignore me
A fool could see
Just how much I adore you
I get down on my knees
I'd do anything for you

I don't want anybody else
When I think about you
I touch myself
I don't want anybody else
Oh no, oh no, oh no

Thumb joesikemrex 17 February 2012, 01:21

Justice will be served. You will be disarmed peacefully or by force. We can arm ourselves and fight, however we have had enough of wars. Time to move on, let Syria and Iran fight Israel, or vice versa, just not from Lebanon or using Lebanese blood.

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 01:11

the problem with zionist called benzona is that he is too honest to work in zionist information war department.

half a year ago, he confessed that he is from occupied palestine. now he confess that he is hallucinating

Missing bent_bayrout 17 February 2012, 02:39

Who are "we", dont speak in the name of the lebanese because you are misstaken if you think we only care about ourselfs. You obviously do, fine, be a selfish hater, but not all of us are like tou. Many of us actually care about the people we share a common culture, history and bound with. You will never get jobs, electricity or anything with this kind of attitude, you will only go to bed angry at night.

Default-user-icon what religious freedom? (Guest) 16 February 2012, 20:47

Hassan Nasrallah - Ya Lesarat Ol-Hoseyn (Tehran)- August 10, 2006
"In my opinion, Hizballah does not just mean resistance. Today, Hizballah is also a political doctrine and ideology that is based upon Islam. In brief, to us, Islam is not just a simple religion that is limited to worship and religious observances. Islam is a special divine duty for all humanity and is the answer to all the general and specific concerns of mankind. Islam is the religion for any society that wants to revolutionize and establish a government. Islam is the religion on which you can establish a government on the basis of its principles. I would not deny that Hizballah's wish is to establish an Islamic Republic system one day, because Hizballah believes that establishing an Islamic government is the only way to bring stability to a society and is the only way to settle social differences, even in a society that is composed of numerous minorities."

Missing sab3a-ayar 16 February 2012, 23:04

Nasrallah: We, the people of resistance, are here to stay. We will carry on with our approach and principles and do not worry about the future as those who are worried today are the Americans and the Israelis.

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 01:11

don't be like zionist answering software

Default-user-icon MUSTAPHA O. GHALAYINI (Guest) 16 February 2012, 20:54

as low as he can go..do not think that wahabies are better ,they are the same devil... only different headgear.
LONG LIVE BILAD EL ARZ, PREVAILING, PREVAILING.. PREVAILING.

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 01:12

the filthy zionist media scum hallucinate about genocidal zionist entity prevailing.

Missing peace 16 February 2012, 21:03

the new president of lebanon is not worth any comments, just ignore him

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 01:12

the filthy zionist media scum don't like our president.

or they just hallucinate about new one? because suleiman is not so new.

Missing vaclav_havel 16 February 2012, 21:06

Il est vraiment totalement obsédé par Israël. Il ne parle que de guerre et que de combats fictifs contre Israël. Il dit lui même que le Liban n'est pas sa priorité!! Monsieur moi je suis Libanais et je veux vivre dignement et paisiblement avec mes voisins qu'ils soient chrétiens, musulmans, juifs ou athées. Je suis bien sûr contre le fanatisme, contre les intégristes juifs, chrétiens ou musulmans. MAIS monsieur le plus important c'est de vivre car la vie est sacrée et très importante contrairement à vos convictions de morts pour telle ou telle raison. j'ai le droit d'avoir un état digne de ce nom, j'ai le droit d'avoir une vie normale avec un travail, une sécurité sociale, une éducation pour mes enfants... J'AI LE DROIT à LA VIE MONSIEUR

Thumb benzona 16 February 2012, 21:17

Sa pathologie doit bien avoir un nom. Bon, c'est pas tout ça... Il y a plus important que son speech à 2 balles ce soir, c'est soirée foot! LOL

Missing Perestroika 16 February 2012, 21:21

hehehe, tas pas tord!!! je m'engage trop. vaux mieux regarder du foot!

Thumb benzona 16 February 2012, 21:25

:-)

Missing vaclav_havel 16 February 2012, 21:22

absolument!!!

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 01:14

the filthy zionist media terrorists talks to each other in french, hallucinating that we won't understand their hallucinations.

but the most hillarious thing is how they give themselves such nicknames, of proven humanist, while they are just the opposite

Default-user-icon Halaktouna (Guest) 16 February 2012, 21:47

LOOOOOOL ... funny how none of the iranians and syrians commented back on this french post ... they are still trying to deciphre it!!!

Jabal Amel wwill now come and say: the filthy zionist war department is hallucinating about us using bablefish to translate... we all know he is ordering food.

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 01:15

the filthy zionist media scum hallucinate what i'm going to say.
they think they can anticipate me.

you can always anticipate me calling you zionist becuase you are

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 13:27

the filthy zionist media terrorists hallucinate that i need to translate their stupidites.

no i don't. you always say same crap

Missing vaclav_havel 17 February 2012, 00:57

Monsieur, j’aimerais s’il te plait que tu ne m’adresses pas la parole parce que tu as montré une grande vulgarité et arrogance. Tu m’as considéré entre autre « d’ignorant » alors je ne suis pas à ton niveau. Ceci dit, si jamais tu veux descendre à mon niveau on pourra dialoguer. Merci

Thumb benzona 16 February 2012, 21:18

Most Lebanese share our view! Thanks though.

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 01:16

the filthy zionist media scum hallucinate that most of lebanese share their view.

you don't have a view. you have only hate fog.

Missing bent_bayrout 17 February 2012, 02:45

No we dont, and if you were to say such things in a Muslim area, whether sunnite or shiite, you would have gotten your ass wopped. Neither do most maronites agree with you either, nor christians, so stop praising yourself so much:)

Missing bent_bayrout 17 February 2012, 02:46

well said flame thrower, this benzona fool obviously dont know many lebanese or he only hangs out with former SLA exiles.

Thumb jcamerican 16 February 2012, 21:31

I hope Bashar will go, and Hizballah will disarm. I am willing to bet you anything Lebanon will never rest. Have you forgoten the Palestinians in Lebanon. What is the plan? They stay and turn Lebanese or do you think Israel will take them back? I guess he is not talking about important points. But most of you think, that if Iran, Syria and Hizballah are out of the way, then all your problems are gone. That is very narrow and nearsighted view.

Thumb slash 16 February 2012, 22:25

the palestinians will be dealt with them after , those who want to integrate they will and those who refuse to abid by the lebanese constitution will be deported to gaza and let them burn there ... khallas we paid too much it is enough !

Thumb benzona 16 February 2012, 22:57

Le match de foot est terminé, retour à la réalité. Bon, pour les palestiniens il y des solutions qui ne doivent pas non plus s'apparenter à la solution 'finale'. Leur intégration au Liban ne doit cependant pas être sur la table, ca c'est clair et net. La priorité du moment est le désarmement de toutes les factions et la fin des intimidations et autres menaces du Hezbollah, des baasistes libanais et bien entendu des autres issues de l'axe du mal.

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 01:17

the filthy zionist media scum hallucinate that they will deal with palestinians later, meaning after lebanon.

send you genocidal militia first.

Thumb ado.australia 17 February 2012, 00:04

"those who want to integrate they will"? Do you mean that the Palestinians will be allowed to become Lebanese?

Thumb joesikemrex 17 February 2012, 01:23

to hell with palestinians

Missing bent_bayrout 17 February 2012, 02:49

after what? who are you dealing with right now lol? and how will you deport anyone hahahaha. They will return to their homeland and hometowns whether its in gaza or anywhere else in palestine. And just as you wish for others to burn, may you yourself be the one who burn.

Missing arzz 17 February 2012, 07:31

bent_bayrout, not worth replying to idiots like that :)

Missing arzz 17 February 2012, 07:29

you master isreal will make you keep the palestinains

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 01:16

yes you just keep hoping.

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 13:28

keep hoping

Default-user-icon Imad (Guest) 16 February 2012, 21:34

sayed Nasrallah strongest speech ever, all issues treated worth it: #Syria #Bahrain, #Palestine, #Lebanon #Arabspring ---> vs Zionists.

Missing sab3a-ayar 16 February 2012, 21:37

I hope that Bashar will kill all the traitors and then come to lebanon and deal with all m14...one by one...please return syria to lebanon

Default-user-icon Halaktouna (Guest) 16 February 2012, 21:51

Man ... whatever you are on please share!
u r such an idiot with messed up ideas ... u miss kissing syrian boots ... go to Syria and be a martyr against the terrorists who are fighting to liberate their country.
Ppl like you are not needed in Lebanon ... go away ... take ur friends and family with us too.

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 01:18

fawaz i am honestly dissapointed. we will deal with our traitors alone, we don't need and we don't want bashar to do it.

Missing sab3a-ayar 17 February 2012, 01:54

jabal...
U know im playing antagonist..

Thumb joesikemrex 17 February 2012, 01:24

Hopefully you will be the first dealt with

Missing vaclav_havel 16 February 2012, 21:45

agree! if you really want to deal with Israel, we have to create a multicultural state, an economoically strong state, a state with a strong army. Thus the world public opinion will be with us and Israel will be forced to stop the aggression. HA is a pretext for Israel to continue its aggression and to "play" the "victim" in the middle east. Of course that Assad's regime is rather favorable to Israel since it's a minority regime that represses Islamists and the regime has never been directly in conflict with Israel. law l CIA 2aw l Mossad badoun ytayro l Assad keno ghtelo men 11 shaher metel ma tayaro Maghniyi!!!

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 01:19

the filthy zionist media scum hallucinate that our glorious resistance is a pretext for genocidal zionist entity to attack us.

Default-user-icon Quezz (Guest) 16 February 2012, 22:10

I^'m am American here in Lebanon. It's hard for me to imagine myself as an "enemy" when I teach Lebanese kids. I'm just trying to prepare them for exams.

Thumb geha 16 February 2012, 22:21

the way I see things developping within the next few weeks (less than a month): iran will not be attacked but hizbullah will be destroyed and the regime in syria will be toppled thus isolating iran more and te=reating it as a paria state like north korea.

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 01:20

the filthy zionist media terrorist first says 3 monts, now it's weeks, good, good, i will keep reminding you about that stupidity after several weeks and months

Thumb joesikemrex 17 February 2012, 01:26

Amen to that

Missing arzz 17 February 2012, 07:32

total idiot

Thumb Morpheus 16 February 2012, 22:22

The problem with this guy is that he speaks in a nice way to listen to him but he doesnt act upon his words , hes a dajjal

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 01:21

the caliphate maniac hallucinate about our glorious resistance does not deliver what they say.

Missing arzz 17 February 2012, 07:33

opinions vary

Missing peace 16 February 2012, 22:36

don t worry mfawaz, hezb is going to disappear from the inside: it s going to implode, no need of israel, you are doing a better job by making more and more people hate you...including chias :) HAHAHA

Thumb benzona 16 February 2012, 23:09

Good one, peace! Indeed, this dude is a poor spokesman .... not doing a favour to his friends. HA-HA!

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 01:24

the filthy zionist media terrorist hallucinate that our glorious resistance will dissapear from inside.

well, that might a sign that a zionist media terrorist calling himself peace, had a glimpse of reality. he realized that his genocidal militia is totaly not capable of dealing with our glorious resistance.
but instead of total waking up, he got another hallucination, about our glorious resistance dissapearing!!!

hahahahahaha

Missing allouchi 16 February 2012, 22:38

Hassouna is simply full of it...Dude, try to understand that people are tired of you and the likes of you (m8).

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 01:26

the zionist media terrorists are tired because when nasrallah has a speech, they are forced to work night shifts

Missing arzz 17 February 2012, 07:34

I am more tired of M14

Missing ayoor 16 February 2012, 23:04

what a sad sick man hassouni is

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 01:29

comparing to you he's a simbol of health

Missing arzz 17 February 2012, 07:38

not as sick as lady geagea and saudi boyfriend .. bwahahahahahahahah

Missing hasanzibowawa1 16 February 2012, 23:04

The opposition in Syria proper are the true Arabs of the Levants who have no weapons to defend themselves and are being massacred. The entire world is insisting on a regime change (and thanks for admitting that the entire world except you, iran, china, and russia are united) because normal humans can no longer witness the killing of over 8000 human beings! With regard to Meshaal, where is he? He is already looking for a new country to house him. Do you not recall the Kurdish leader that Syria gave up to look good towards the western countries?

Default-user-icon radwan (Guest) 16 February 2012, 23:05

Amen to that you said it brother, btw is the brave un-sissi like leader still at his winter sewer hideout or has he already moved to his summer sewer hideout?

Thumb beiruti 17 February 2012, 00:50

This guy is so full of it. In the resto of the world, outside of King Rat's rat hole, we all know that but for Israel, Assad would have gone down a long time ago.

Assad is essential to security along Israel's northern border.
This guy is a complete and total fraud claiming that he is "resisting" Israel. If he wants to resist Israel, he should go to Syria and start liberating the Golan Heights.

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 00:54

oh look, how many furious post from genocidal zionist entity...lol...they are all gathered in their information war department to work overtime to flood naharnet comments section.

Thumb joesikemrex 17 February 2012, 00:56

Anything that comes out of your mouth is false, deceptive and contrary to what your criminals are carrying on. Looking forward to future peace with Syria, Israel, whomever, and you in a a prison cell. Justice is around the corner.

Time to free Lebanon, time for a real resistance

Missing bent_bayrout 17 February 2012, 03:22

Keep dreaming of ever finding peace, you will never find peace with such a satanic brain. And lebanon will NEVER make peace with israel. Your daddy tried in the past and failed in a very humiliating way. He is ashamed to even think about it now :)

Missing arzz 17 February 2012, 07:47

Not as false as what comes out of lady geagea's mouth, his saudi boyfriend's mouth, and your mouth

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 13:30

the filthy zionist media terrorists see truth as false deceptive and contrary to their propaganda.

yes it is.

Default-user-icon hahahah (Guest) 17 February 2012, 00:57

Thanks for the confirmation neon, so Hassin and the other rats are agitated, I thought as much he did look more agitated than the usual. Was the rubbing during the taping of his speech or after? If the rubbing was during I have to commend the editors they did a bag up job hiding it.

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 13:31

the filthy zionist media terrorists have rubbing hallucinations.

gays

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 01:03

before i start commenting on filthy zionist media terrorists i would like to say that people from south lebanon expect that our glorious resistance would deal with zionist sooner than 30 years.

we don't live forever and there is lot of investment projects in waiting line.

but on the other hand we all know that genocidal zionist entity will make mistake of attacking lebanon much much sooner, so it's just an academic question

Default-user-icon Operative #419 (Guest) 17 February 2012, 01:11

Great speech swami Hassan very persuasive, I think after this career is over he could retire and just work part time writing Nigerian scam letters he would be very convincing. I mean look at the guys he's fooled just today with this twaddle.

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 13:31

the filthy zionist media scum have nigeria located hallucinations.

Default-user-icon Operative #419 (Guest) 17 February 2012, 15:56

Try it follow his instruction, send him your bank account and a small processing fee and he'll send you the millions he promised. Oh and when your account gets emptied you'll get to to use his famous 2006 quote "only if I knew".

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 01:18

it's a bomb, RUUUUN!!!

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 01:28

the filthy zionist media terrorists are in manical phase, posting same stupidities many times.

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 01:32

the filthy zionist media terrorists hallucinate about new civil war in lebanon

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 01:32

the filthy zionist media terrorists hallucinate about syrian and iranian puppets only because they are puppets themselves.

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 01:33

the filthy zionist media terrorists hallucinate that nasrallah is posting from a hole.

that's because you can't find him.

Default-user-icon Fuad (Guest) 17 February 2012, 01:49

“You have called for neutrality towards Israel, so why don’t you call for neutrality towards Syria?” Nasrallah asked his rivals. This is because Israel is an enemy whereas Syria is not.

Default-user-icon say what? (Guest) 17 February 2012, 02:08

Michel Aoun 2002: "The 'resistance' prolonged the Israeli occupation" nothing glorious about that.

he's wise this Michel Aoun.

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 13:32

the filthy zionist media terrorists praise aoun when he was in anti syrian phase only to spit on him today.

such hypocrisy can only come from zionists.

Default-user-icon jo khoury (Guest) 17 February 2012, 02:48

Nasrallah Your days are counted. You will soon follow abbas moussawi

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 13:33

the filthy zionist media terrorists cannot agree between themselves about the timing.

some of them say that our glorious resistance will be over in 3 months, some say weeks and some say it's over now.

Missing bent_bayrout 17 February 2012, 03:13

Does saudi arabia value their own peoples lives? if so why are they killing them in qatif? Does bahrain value their own peoples lives? did the saudi-supported mubarak? does anyone that is sponsered by saudia value arab life? Why do you only talk about iran and syria?

Missing bent_bayrout 17 February 2012, 03:18

busted doing what? trying to help the opressed? wow what a huge crime!!! But i guess helping your brother is wrong according to your logic. Only the khaleej can be right on anything, the rest are all wrong. Lol saddam was an american ally up until they decided to get rid of him. Likewise with qaddafi. So what batal are you talking about?

Missing bent_bayrout 17 February 2012, 03:24

You always say "once this or that is gone, we will finally be able to live freely". Did you ever stop to think that perhaps its your own mentality and imagination and the misstakes of your ilk that is stopping your from living freely?

Missing helicopter 17 February 2012, 04:06

Sayyed Nasrallah .... you make excellent points, no do the right things:
*Turn in your weapons to the legitimate guardian of the nation (the army)
* Stop illegal constructions * Stop intimidating political foes with assassinations and violence * Pay electricity and hand over the sea port in Tyre to the government. Defend Lebanon against all that does it harm (be it Israel or Syria). This will be a good start, then I will listen to what you got to say about whatever issues.

Missing arzz 17 February 2012, 07:49

Give him a guarantee that israel will not one day want to build settlement in souther Lebanon.

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 13:34

the filthy zionist media scum hallucinate that anyone in our glorious resistance, especially nasrallah will care about what they ask of him.

Missing helicopter 17 February 2012, 04:38

Bent-Bayrout .......... lucky you are not bent-elnabateyye. Beirut has free thinkers and social freedom. It is a place where you can disagree with others without being blown up and can own a liquor store without fearing for your life.

Missing arzz 17 February 2012, 07:50

so I see the guy you hate has not stopped your freedoms yet.

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 13:34

the filthy zionist media scum hallucinate about blowing the liquor stores.

Missing arzz 17 February 2012, 07:37

not as big one as lady geagea and his saudi boyfriend

Missing arzz 17 February 2012, 07:44

if he is such a rat why are you going so crazy posting here about him :) .. i say you and your israeli buddies fear him.

Thumb madz 17 February 2012, 08:51

Bunch of idiots that will never move forward. RIP.
When you wake up in the morning ask yourself this:
" What's my contribution to this world? "

Default-user-icon Marco (Guest) 17 February 2012, 09:40

Habal is a good example of a paid Hizb-O-Thugs media agent .Nothing constructive to say like usual .Get a life dude ,you'll feel less frustrated ...

Missing realist 17 February 2012, 09:45

Hassan nasralah is simply a sectarian she3i iranian agent to the core, haj ta3tu aktar min 7ajmu: In Syria the thousands killed are Sunis and the killers are Alawis (subset of she3a) therefore THE SYRIAN REVOLUTION IS A CONSPIRACY. It is that simple, no need for all the analysis, this dude does not have a breve, never been to one western country, doubtful he has been to jounieh or arz mountains even, he will be differential come 2013-14, people in hiding almost always have a horrible ending.

Thumb Morpheus 17 February 2012, 13:21

walla we will brake this finger of yours one day, hes nothing but an imposter, and a very delusional human being, for being able to tell these great mountains of lies every speech for hours,leading half the lebanese population ashtray , we are tired of you, and soon you will be on a boat to Iran, if u agree to a peaceful solution

Default-user-icon Rim (Guest) 17 February 2012, 13:23

Why are you that hysterical Mr lebaneserevenge?
We can read all the sharpness in your comments.
Mmmmm its been since ages that your telling us that Hezb is almost over, are not you fed up of uttering such stupidities?
Politic is much more complicated than your little mind think it is.
You should thank Sayedna and all those who were on the war footing for liberating Lebanon. At least, they were not in Faraya sheltering from the war where hundreds of Lebanese died. Yes they were shïtes but above all LEBANESE.

Thumb jabalamel 17 February 2012, 13:36

the filthy zionist media scum hallucinate about nasrallah being sectarian to the core, aster which he elaborates his hallucination in totally sectarian tone.

such hypocrisy can only come from filthy zionist media terrorists.

Default-user-icon May7 (Guest) 17 February 2012, 13:39

Ordinary Lebanese want you to pay for your electricity.
Flame thrower should turn into a electricity payer

Thumb jabalamel 18 February 2012, 00:08

the filthy zionist media terrorists still hallucinate about some electricity bill

Thumb sophia_angle 17 February 2012, 13:48

ok two doctrines (persian vs west)fought through centuries and no one won...

everybody must be disarmed (money & weapons) and try working their differences through educative communication & all world 'resources' shared equaly emong nations...(i believe it to be the major reason for conflicts)

They are all bound to live together...

Thumb thepatriot 17 February 2012, 14:11

????? huh ??... "centuries".... are you for real??

Thumb jabalamel 18 February 2012, 00:10

there is no persian doctrine.

lebanon is in strategic alliance with syria and iran until we get rid of zionist threat. after that, it will be just economic relations.

but there is a zionist doctrine, pushed by traitors.

Thumb benzona 17 February 2012, 15:08

Nasrallah asked the opposition to control their media. I do hope that naharnet won't play his game and should encourage the freedom of speech for everyone no matter their religious beliefs or political orientation. Yesterday I go censored because I did state that Nasrallah seemed to have aged and that his 'poivre et sel' beard reminded me of Saddam Hussein when he was found in his 2 meter long tunnel. then, I mentioned his fate... Their are lots of similarities between these two, perhaps they'll both share a common ending!?

Thumb jabalamel 18 February 2012, 00:11

the filthy self declared zionists hope that naharnet would not ban him forever, which they should.

he also asks himself why why why did naharnet erased my comment, poor zionists, they can't speak freely...poor things.

Default-user-icon LebEXPAT (Guest) 17 February 2012, 16:00

JABALALHABAL had a very long night and day to answer all the posts and repeat his memorized sentence..ya3tik l 3afye, now go lick the boot of your master who is still waving his finger..we are not afraid, the syrian people are not afraid, freedom is upon us. Hassouna SHOULD BE AFRAID because it seems freedom is contagious and even his followers will ask for it soon enough...

Thumb thepatriot 17 February 2012, 16:11

"Regarding the explosions that took place in India, Georgia and Thailand, I can tell you categorically that Hizbullah has nothing to do" with them, he said.

hmmmm...and we sure know that the rat never lies....

Missing mark 17 February 2012, 17:42

Blah..Blah...Blah, This rat doesn't deserve all these comments, I didn't even read what he said cause I already know it is 100% BS and lies. Guys relax and don't give attention anymore to all what these baath and iranian rats are saying (it is always same) the end is coming and they all are going to rest in peice the the history garbage

Thumb jabalamel 18 February 2012, 00:12

the filthy zionist media terrorists have their usual iran type hallucinations.

Thumb jabalamel 18 February 2012, 00:13

like your colleagues you didn't precise when is that end coming.

and how?
gonna send you incompetent cowardly militia to lebanon? please do.

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