Nasrallah Hails Slain Syrian Officials as 'Martyrs', Says Relation with Aoun Strategic

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Hizbullah Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah on Wednesday stressed that Syria is a “real military supporter of the Resistance,” extending condolences over the death of three top Syrian officials in a blast that rocked the headquarters of National Security in Damascus.

The bombing killed Defense Minister General Daoud Rajha, Assad's brother-in-law Assef Shawkat and General Hassan Turkmani, head of the regime's crisis cell on the uprising, state media said.

Nasrallah described the three slain officials as “martyr leaders” and “comrades-in-arms,” in a televised speech marking the anniversary of the July 2006 war with Israel.

“We reiterate our call for preserving Syria and the only solution is accepting dialogue. As we feel the loss of today's martyrs, we extend our condolences to their families and to the Syrian leadership,” said Nasrallah.

“Daoud Rajha, Assef Shawkat and Hassan Turkmani are the Syria that supported the Resistance ... and those speaking about Syria today were with the enemy back then,” he noted.

“These martyr leaders were comrades-in-arms on the path of the conflict with the Israeli enemy and we are confident that the Arab Syrian Army, which managed to overcome the unbearable, has enough resolve to be able to go on and crush the hopes of the enemies,” Hizbullah’s leader added.

He noted that “the Americans' problem is Syria, but not any Syria.”

“The Syria of (former vice president) Abdul Halim Khaddam is not a problem, but rather the Syria of (President) Bashar Assad,” said Nasrallah.

He added that in recent years a new military strategy was implemented in Syria.

“It enabled it to become a military force that poses a threat to Israel, especially at the level of missiles and the progress of the military industry,” he added.

Highlighting the support offered by Damascus to his group and to the Palestinian group Hamas, Nasrallah said “Syria was not only a passageway for the Resistance, but also a real military supporter of the Resistance.”

“For example, the most important missiles that were falling on Haifa and central Israel were Syrian missiles offered by Syria to the Resistance,” he noted.

Nasrallah accused Washington of seeking to “destroy the Syrian army” in the wake of the July 2006 war.

“They sought after the July war to destroy the Syrian army and the U.S. took advantage of rightful demands for the Syrian people, prevented dialogue and turned Syria into a war zone because the objective is destroying and fragmenting Syria, like they did in Iraq,” Nasrallah charged.

Referring to the Damascus attack on top officials, Hizbullah’s secretary-general said “Israel has the right to be happy today because pillars of the (Syrian) army were killed and this is Israel's ambition to deprive Syria of having a strong army.”

“Let us think a bit about what's happening in Syria. (U.S. Secretary of State Hillary) Clinton came (to Egypt) to reassure the Israelis about the Egyptian stance and told the Egyptians ‘we're willing to support you if you keep the peace (treaty) with Israel,’” Nasrallah noted.

Turning to the conflict with Israel, Nasrallah reassured his supporters to be “very confident that amid all this noise there is a resistance and resistance fighters who are working night and day on the issue of the conflict with the enemy and they are not being distracted by any shouting from here or there.”

Addressing Israel, Nasrallah added: “We know that the enemy is working night and day to gather information about our rocket launchers and I call on them to draw lessons from their mistakes.”

“We know what your first strike will be and we promise you a big surprise and of course I want the Lebanese people and all the peoples to be very confident in the Resistance's capabilities and to know that in this region we have the heart and will to organize, manage, fight and eventually win,” Nasrallah went on to say.

“Our fate is not defeat and failure like most Arab rulers claim, our fate is to prevail. The same as we achieved the great victory in 2000 and 2006, we are capable of achieving a greater victory in any coming war,” he vowed.

Commenting on the latest developments in Lebanon, Hizbullah’s leader said that “the things that are weakening the Lebanese army today the most are accusing it of sectarianism and of being infiltrated by certain groups and the questioning of its patriotism and impartiality.”

“The army's officers belong to this people and they have their views, but the army has proved its patriotism and impartiality ... and it must be protected politically and morally,” Nasrallah urged.

Addressing the issue of equipping the army, Nasrallah said: “We want a strong army, but I tell the government and the national dialogue committee that to have a strong army we must first have a strong will, which means we must not fear the U.S. ambassador or the U.S. generals.”

“The (U.S.) excuse that they are not supplying weapons to the army so that they don't end up in our hands is nothing but lies, as we do not need the army's weapons,” Nasrallah added.

Hizbullah’s leader warned that “some are paying money and inciting in the media to ruin the country.”

“That's why we must abide by the silence of the strong and everyone knows that we are not weak, but we put the national interest above all else,” he added, addressing Hizbullah’s members and supporters.

Commenting on the latest criticism voiced by its ally, the Free Patriotic Movement, Nasrallah said: “We do not publicly discuss any dispute with any of the government's components or with our allies and we do not respond to our ally's criticism publicly.”

“We stress our strategic relation with everyone and we stress our respect, appreciation and alliance with (FPM leader) General Michel Aoun and the members of his movement and his supporters,” said Nasrallah.

“We stress that what we built throughout six difficult years cannot be undermined by a dispute or demands over a social issue,” he added, referring to the row over EDL contract workers.

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  • 18 July 2012, 22:25

    Nasrallah: We stress our strategic relation with everyone and we stress our respect, appreciation and alliance with General Michel Aoun and the members of his movement and his supporters. We stress that what we built throughout six difficult years cannot be undermined by a dispute or demands over a social issue.

  • 18 July 2012, 22:24

    Nasrallah: We do not publicly discuss any dispute with any of the government's components or with our allies and we do not respond to our ally's criticism publicly.

  • 18 July 2012, 22:16

    Nasrallah: Some are paying money and inciting in the media to ruin the country, that's why we must abide by the silence of the strong and everyone knows that we are not weak, but we put the national interest above all else.

  • 18 July 2012, 22:11

    Nasrallah: The excuse that they are not supplying weapons to the army so that they don't end up in our hands is nothing but lies, as we do not need the army's weapons.

  • 18 July 2012, 22:10

    Nasrallah: We want a strong army, but I tell the government and the national dialogue committee that to have a strong army we must first have a strong will, which means we must not fear the U.S. ambassador or the U.S. generals.

  • 18 July 2012, 22:09

    Nasrallah: The army's officers belong to this people and they have their views, but the army has proved its patriotism and impartiality ... and it must be protected politically and morally.

  • 18 July 2012, 22:08

    Nasrallah: The things that are weakening the Lebanese army today the most are accusing it of sectarianism and of being infiltrated by certain groups and the questioning of its patriotism and impartiality.

  • 18 July 2012, 22:01

    Nasrallah: Let us think a bit about what's happening in Syria. Clinton came (to Egypt) to reassure the Israelis about the Egyptian stance and told the Egyptians "we're willing to support you if you keep the peace (treaty) with Israel."

  • 18 July 2012, 22:00

    Nasrallah: We reiterate our call for preserving Syria and the only solution is accepting dialogue. As we feel the loss of today's martyrs, we extend our condolences to their families and to the Syrian leadership. These martyr leaders were comrades-in-arms on the path of the conflict with the Israeli enemy and we are confident that the Arab Syrian Army, which managed to overcome the unbearable, has enough resolve to be able to go on and crush the hopes of the enemies.

  • 18 July 2012, 21:58

    Nasrallah: Israel has the right to be happy today because pillars of the (Syrian) army were killed and this is Israel's ambition to deprive Syria of having a strong army.

  • 18 July 2012, 21:57

    Nasrallah: They sought after the July war to destroy the Syrian army and the U.S. took advantage of rightful demands for the Syrian people, prevented dialogue and turned Syria into a war zone because the objective is destroying and fragmenting Syria, like they did in Iraq.

  • 18 July 2012, 21:53

    Nasrallah: Daoud Rajha, Assef Shawkat and Hassan Turkmani are the Syria that supported the Resistance ... and those speaking about Syria today were with the enemy back then.

  • 18 July 2012, 21:52

    Nasrallah: The most important weapons we fought with during the July war were from Syria, not only in Lebanon but also in the Gaza Strip. The missiles delivered to Gaza managed to force more than a million settlers to stay in bunkers and to frighten Tel Aviv. Syria risked its existence for the sake of resistance movements; which Arab regime has done something similar?

  • 18 July 2012, 21:50

    Nasrallah: Syria was not only a passageway for the Resistance, but also a real military supporter of the Resistance. For example, the most important missiles that were falling on Haifa and central Israel were Syrian missiles offered by Syria to the Resistance.

  • 18 July 2012, 21:48

    Nasrallah: A new military strategy was implemented in Syria and it enabled it to become a military force that poses a threat to Israel, especially at the level of missiles and the progress of the military industry.

  • 18 July 2012, 21:47

    Nasrallah: The Americans' problem is Syria, but not any Syria. The Syria of Abdul Halim Khaddam is not a problem, but rather the Syria of Bashar Assad.

  • 18 July 2012, 21:46

    Nasrallah: The Lebanese must wake up and I'd like to reassure you and ask you not to worry because if a war like the July war was not able to defeat the Resistance, it cannot be harmed by those who are insulting it.

  • 18 July 2012, 21:37

    Nasrallah: Had there been national and political solidarity in Lebanon and had they not stabbed us in our back, we would have achieved major accomplishments at the national level, but some sides were helping Israel to exit the quagmire.

  • 18 July 2012, 21:35

    Nasrallah: The first episode was the attempt to crush the Resistance in Lebanon and they wanted the second episode to be the beginning of toppling President Bashar Assad's regime and putting it under the Israeli hegemony, but the victory of the Resistance in Lebanon foiled the attack on Syria, as in the last days of the 33-day war Israel was begging for a solution and had abandoned all its preconditions.

  • 18 July 2012, 21:32

    Nasrallah: Our fate is not defeat and failure like most Arab rulers claim, our fate is to prevail. The same as we achieved the great victory in 2000 and 2006, we are capable of achieving a greater victory in any coming war. This is the message of the July war.

  • 18 July 2012, 21:30

    Nasrallah to Israel: We know what your first strike will be and we promise you a big surprise and of course I want the Lebanese people and all the peoples to be very confident in the Resistance's capabilities and to know that in this region we have the heart and will to organize, manage, fight and eventually win.

  • 18 July 2012, 21:29

    Nasrallah: We know that the enemy is working night and day to gather information about our rocket launchers and I call on them to draw lessons from their mistakes.

  • 18 July 2012, 21:28

    Nasrallah on the coming period: Be very confident that amid all this noise there is a resistance and resistance fighters who are working night and day on the issue of the conflict with the enemy and they are not being distracted by any shouting from here or there.

  • 18 July 2012, 21:13

    Nasrallah: We in the Resistance are not concerned with those who do not want to admit that the enemy was defeated, we're concerned with the Israelis who have been holding seminars and discussions involving high-ranking leaders and everyone (in Israel) acknowledges the defeat.

  • 18 July 2012, 21:12

    Hizbullah chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah in a televised speech marking the anniversary of the July 2006 war with Israel: I will speak about an incident that happened during the July war which exposes Israel's failure and how it deceived its people. I will also speak about the post-July war period, the Lebanese issues and of course the developments oblige us to talk about Syria.

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Comments 57
Thumb benzona 18 July 2012, 21:15

I can't wait to hear the speech about Assad's regime collapse... Followed by his own!

Thumb Marwan34 19 July 2012, 00:35

The time is running against Syria , Iran and Hezbollah as well. Soon we gonna witness an interesting but dangerous period. But after all I think lebanon will witness a new golden era.
The speeches following Assad's ouster will be interesting xD

Thumb geha 19 July 2012, 08:37

Clearly through his speech he is advising there is no where for them to go :) (if you saw the banner behind him)
they know they cannot run to syria anymore, and they know they are not welcome outside the regions they control anymore, moreover, they know that we are ready for them, and that the next war is at the door with israel, so they are desperate.
while they are taking over sunni mosques by force, taking over Christian land by force, he talks about not responding to sectarian calls....
they know they are doomed and that it is a matter of time.

Default-user-icon patriot (Guest) 18 July 2012, 21:35

darth vader from star wars

Default-user-icon SHN (Guest) 18 July 2012, 21:36

And now, the end is here
And so I face the final curtain
My friend, I'll say it clear
I'll state my case, of which mostly is bullshit
I've lived a life that's full
I traveled each and every sewer
And more, much more than this, they did it to me doggy style

Missing marmaroun 18 July 2012, 21:37

the guy must be deep inside very very worried about the fall of the criminal in Syria

Missing marmaroun 18 July 2012, 21:42

why he is so upset little hassouna

Thumb mouallek 18 July 2012, 21:43

Hassan Nasrallah à Michel aoun

Comme je te tiens, très cher Michel,
Nul ne pourra te faire tomber,
Même juché sur une échelle,
A moins que je ne sois plombé.

Dansons.

Un pas en avant, un pas en arrière,
C’est la cadence que nous suivrons,
Un pas en avant, un pas en arrière,
C’est comme çà que nous survivrons.

Oublions ASSAD ; il est perdu !
Je te soutiens et tu parviendras
A avoir ton budget en temps dû.
Crois-moi ta chance reviendra.

Tu pourras remplir tes coffres
De bon argent trébuchant,
Nul ne te fera meilleure offre,
Saisis-la, suis tes penchants.

Un pas en avant, deux pas en arrière,
Une virevolte, un retournement,
Un pas en avant, deux pas en arrière,
Ce sera notre reniement.

ASSAD !

Nous ne l’avions jamais suivi,
Nous n’avions fait que semblant.
S’il est perdu et poursuivi,
Nous resterons comme neige blancs.

Thumb thepatriot 19 July 2012, 10:45

lol

Thumb lebanon_first 18 July 2012, 21:45

Nasrallah we dont care about your war on israel. Fhama ba2a. WE DONT CARE ABOUT YOUR WAR ON ISRAEL.

Thumb bigsami 18 July 2012, 21:52

FT probably glued to the TV salivating over his God waving the piss-yellow flag.

Thumb bigsami 18 July 2012, 23:10

LIAR. You can't afford it leaving in a cave with Hasan!

Thumb phoenician 18 July 2012, 21:57

To the bearded Anthropoid above,

You are an inadequate recluse.

Default-user-icon 7ayawen (Guest) 19 July 2012, 01:30

to the fake arab muslim above (christian traitor) rou7 ballit il ba7ir

Default-user-icon Gabby (Guest) 18 July 2012, 22:01

Hey Nassy.....there is another devine victory going on in Damascus. Next July we will celebrate that one.

By the way Raad was talking about liberating land yesterday. Why is it that your devine victory did not include capturing Shebaa (if it is Lebanese) and Gajar?

Default-user-icon Gabby (Guest) 18 July 2012, 22:04

Hey Nassy boy......from what we heard your devine fighters and dying by the dozen in Syria. What do you tell the families?

Missing marmaroun 18 July 2012, 22:05

hahahahaahah!!! iran strongest then before!!! the little psycho is becoming a clown

Missing anonymetexasusa 18 July 2012, 22:05

To be fair...People have different definitions of Defeat/Victory.
1) For some 126 citizens killed spells defeat...For others 1400 citizens killes spells devine victory.
2) For some a douzen of broken windows, shrapnel ridden cars, and electric poles downed spells defeat, potholes in the asphalt, and 100,000 population traumatized by days spent in their underground shelter - spells defeat. For others - Widespread Destruction of villages, neighborhoods, residential building, Bridges, roads, Telephone towers, electricty plants, Airport, Ports, scores of people traumatized & humiliated by days spent driven out of their homes as refugees, spells Devine VICTORY.
I guess it all in the eye of the beholder...

Missing renren 18 July 2012, 22:31

For HA victory is their leader is still alive ,

Thumb falanges 19 July 2012, 04:40

his divine victory moved him into a rat hole permanently

Missing samiam 18 July 2012, 22:50

not to mention that HA actually started the war too.

Default-user-icon doremi (Guest) 18 July 2012, 22:07

why was there a La La La behind hassan I did not realize he was musical

Missing anonymetexasusa 18 July 2012, 22:25

Nasrallah...You have some of the details confused.
By the end of the 33 day war, Israeli army had re-occupied the southern border region all the way up to the Litani river, Lebanon was under total blockade...with millions of displaced people, no power, no water, no telephones, economy disrupted. And Berri, Hizbullah's official negociator on behalf of HA, urging UN to come up with a resolution, and even accepting the US terms of deploying the Lebanese Army in the south (used to be a No No for HA)

Default-user-icon hanna (Guest) 18 July 2012, 22:42

the syrians are falling apart...he is telling everybody that the weapons and support was all syrian using a falling regeime as an escape goat.
Dont look at Iran...Look at Syria ...dont bomb Iran ...bomb syria
if all these weapons were syrians ..then why didnt they use them theselves agaianst Isreal ! why was lebanon destroyed and lebanese killed and paid the price in 2006 and not syria ???
NOW he can say "SYRIA GAVE US all the WEAPONS" ...in last years address he never mentioned that

Missing samiam 18 July 2012, 22:54

to be fair, he would be more annoying the Aoun if he spoke more; his hiding in caves doesn't allow him to make public appearances like Aoun does.

Thumb thepatriot 19 July 2012, 10:51

well... thank god he does no pubic appearences either!

Missing youssefhaddad 18 July 2012, 22:58

what he really meant:
" We are in great trouble and I cannot find a deeper hole to hide in."
All the lebanese who still support the man who sold them to the Iranians and the Syrians should realize that the end of the Syrian regime is near and that Nassrallah might throw them again in the throngs of an Israeli war in the hopes of destroying what is left from the lebanese government and to create chaos in order to control all or most of lebanon by force.

Thumb beiruti 18 July 2012, 23:17

His comments are the rantings of a person who is trying to convince himself that the reality of his imminent demise are not real. Well, let me give you a news update Hassan ole pal, your imminent demise is quite real. Without Syria, you are on an island in Lebanon without a life line. How long do you really think that you can hold a whole country hostage to your rantings once they find out that "the emperor has no clothes". The only source of power for Hezbollah is its weapons. With the supply line cut, that becomes a finite quantity of weapons which through attrition dissipates and with it the power of this guy to have any say about anything from his hole in the ground.

Default-user-icon Ronaldo (Guest) 19 July 2012, 00:19

Justice has been served to all our beloved Lebanese people murdered by the Syrian regime .What goes around comes around ya Assad ...

Default-user-icon Lancelot DuLac (Guest) 19 July 2012, 00:45

That clown is swimming against the current, in a direction opposite to that of history.

Default-user-icon jhonny (Guest) 19 July 2012, 01:12

a good one ouwette : )

Default-user-icon ghassan (Guest) 19 July 2012, 01:33

"Relation with Aoun is Strategic" !!!
Tanjara Wu La'et Ghataha. Ma Ahbal Minnak Ella Aoun

Missing ReaLeb 19 July 2012, 02:09

It looks like things are going to get dangerous in Lebanon once the criminal Bashar falls. I thought Hassouni would tone down his rhetoric a little after the operation in Syria today. God help us in Lebanon because we have our own dictator here.

Default-user-icon Lebanon_first (Guest) 19 July 2012, 02:39

he scared Israel so much... that Netanyahu today, for the first time, went after Iran directly for the bombing in Bulgaria.. Bibi didn't even need to address a threat to hassounna, went directly to his master. Puts hassouna in perspective: a soldier obeying direct orders from Iran, allegiance to a foreign country, .. in summary, a traitor

Default-user-icon Gabby (Guest) 19 July 2012, 03:40

I am waiting for ASSad to become a "martyr" at the hands of the FSA very soon. What will you do then Nassy-boy??? You glorious supplier of arms will be gone.

Missing cedars 19 July 2012, 04:35

Rockets, and Syrian Missiles to Haifa, I know we are supposed to be with the weak orphan against the evil Zionist, but logically and realistically speaking when these fighter planes are dumping one ton rocket on your head every minute, how in the world anything on earth is going to deter the massive damage, if you are talking about Hizbollah air defense and fighter jets to face the zionists, then you are truly a hero, and bravo, otherwise rouh ndab and shutup as you cannot fight with rocks a country with nukes and mighty air power.

Missing cedars 19 July 2012, 04:39

Today and for the first time, Syrian allies getting assassinated on their own soil, time for Plan B and the assumption of the route to Iran is going to be cutoff, can you survive similar to the folks in Qatar?

Thumb bigsami 19 July 2012, 04:40

Can you believe this scum Hassan hailing Syrian MURDERERS at Martyrs? So folks we all know where HA's interest/alliance falls....Assad's regime....the same regime behind all these assassinations in Lebanon executed by the bloody hands of HA members! FT you are a worthless Lebanese....wake up and smell the coffee. The enemy/threat is NOT Israel it's the demons you worship aka HA! Conditioned idiot...you and those few regressed Lebanese that control the majority through weapons! Without them you are NOTHING but goat herders!

Default-user-icon No to propaganda (Guest) 19 July 2012, 04:58

Kudos to MTV, the only Lebanese station which did not bother to transmit the speech as it was happening. Other Lebanese TV stations should learn to resist the live transmittal of speeches by politicians who are desperate for attention and for free propaganda platforms.

Default-user-icon Americana (Guest) 19 July 2012, 05:22

Lebanese are some of the most intelligent highly educated people in the world. It's sad to hear this backward way of handling things. It's sad how a few egocentrics can spoil a fruitful land for everyone else.

Thumb joesikemrex 19 July 2012, 05:22

ouf ouf baah baah. Ham and cheese sandwich anyone?

Thumb thepatriot 19 July 2012, 10:55

yup! And a beer for me!

Missing fadi_albeiruti 19 July 2012, 07:27

Just an observation, wouldn't this guy be great for an involuntary gillette commercial?

Thumb primesuspect 19 July 2012, 08:13

ninja turtles?

Thumb extramildcake 19 July 2012, 08:20

71 comments and counting (of which over 90% are against HA). Noooo, I did not see this coming...

Thumb shab 19 July 2012, 08:59

All what's happening in Syria and Lebanon, and he tries to scare us with the US ? What a wierdo

Default-user-icon Greenie (Guest) 19 July 2012, 09:02

3AMA SHOU WATEH.
After all what they did in Lebanon and you call them martyrs.
Oufffff ktir heik wlo.
Seddo.

Thumb thepatriot 19 July 2012, 10:52

You leave far more then 36 comments a day on naharnet FT... so shut up!

Default-user-icon trueself (Guest) 19 July 2012, 11:01

It's a pity for Nasslalah to have not been able to read the signs like his friend in Syria Bashar. The time now is for change of course that maybe grant him support from the people of Syria. These martyres that he's talking about have killed thousands of people. Unless he wants to change the Koran by adding his own touches allowing murderers to become saints/martyres. Nasslalah is really underestimating our brains by giving us this mantra of resistence and defeating Israel. if he is a man, let him first come out of hiding. The Syrian people are defending their freedom with their bear bodies for more than a year and a half. These are the real martyes in the eyes of God. God bless the weak and the meek. God bless the Syrian free army.

Missing justlebanese 19 July 2012, 11:04

more of blah blah blah that will lead to nothing, Mr.Hasan,be realistic,as per the history no Empire or regime stood still for a long time. Get ready for what is comen,soon u will find ur self the only one defending this regime at the same time its best loyals started the betray

Default-user-icon brainwashedFT (Guest) 19 July 2012, 11:17

so FT ur one of those psychos who think "the system" will soon control the internet and deprive the "people" from it??
so cliche and so leftist. only a brain like urs can follow aoun

Default-user-icon Shoe Thrower (Guest) 19 July 2012, 12:27

Hassan Nasrallah has been named among the world’s most influential people by Time Magazine and Newsweek. His fame crosses sectarian divides and national borders, and he is motivational force and inspirational leader for millions of people in the Middle East and all over the world.

Thumb slash 19 July 2012, 15:08

Man , Hassan in all his speeches didn't address to all of the Lebanese , he is talking to those who follow him and believe his crap ...

Thumb beiruti 19 July 2012, 19:22

So Nasrallah is calling Defense Minister Rajihah, Assef Shawkat, Hassan Turkmani (who ran torture campaigns) and Mohammad Ibrahim al-Shaar, the interior minister martyrs?? Well I looked it up and a Martyr is:

1. A person who willingly suffers death rather than renounce his or her religion; or,
2. A person who is put to death or endures great suffering on behalf of any belief, principle, or cause: a martyr to the cause of social justice; or,
3. A person who undergoes severe or constant suffering.

These guys lived the most privileged of priviliged lives; they planned in a premeditated way the torture and murder of thousands of people so as to preserve their privileged lives and life styles. Martyrs??
It denegrates the term, and is an insult to the memory of true martyrs to consider these three within that company.

Default-user-icon jj (Guest) 20 July 2012, 00:53

his turn next

Default-user-icon brainwashedFT (Guest) 20 July 2012, 10:28

and who's bringing war? isnt it HA liberating Palestine and now Syria and having the biggest arsenal in the region?

who's bringing power shortage? isnt it gebran who's bickering with HA and paying $1.2B the problem?

Thumb fero 20 July 2012, 14:23

it is preety funny the one guy who made sure that we did not get occupied by the thugs of israel and everyone is against him why dont you look at palestine that is what happens when you let israel have their way they rob you of your land your homes and your dignity and he made sure that did not happen syria suppoted hezbullah when no one else would and supported palestine when most arab leaders were making sure they were obeyeing the west. he fights for you despite the fact that you keep insulting him and that is trully sad inshalah he will continue to fight for all lebanese and continue to strike fear into the hearts of israel