Nasrallah: Some March 14 Christians Seeking Sunni-Shiite Conflict

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Hizbullah Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah on Monday accused “some of March 14's Christians” of “seeking a Sunni-Shiite conflict in Lebanon,” rejecting the formation of a neutral or technocrat cabinet and calling on the March 14 camp to engage in dialogue “if they want a unity government.”

“All indications confirm that some parties in the country are conspiring with foreign forces to push the country towards an explosion,” said Nasrallah in a televised address marking Hizbullah's Martyr Day.

“On Martyr Day, I stress that we will carry on with our efforts, preparedness to defend our country and the improvement of our capabilities. Let no one think that the events in the region can affect the Resistance's resolve and efforts,” said Nasrallah.

“Some Lebanese parties believe that blowing up Lebanon would serve certain interests. They want a Sunni-Shiite conflict and I'm specifically referring to some of March 14's Christians,” he added.

Hizbullah's leader voiced rejection of calls by the March 14 forces to form a neutral government or a technocrat government.

“There is a legitimate and constitutional government that is pursuing its duties and speaking of a neutral government is meaningless in a country where no one is neutral. A technocrat government has no place in a country that is political par excellence,” said Nasrallah.

“Come to the dialogue table if you want a unity government,” he added, addressing the rival March 14 camp.

The March 14 forces have called for the departure of Prime Minister Najib Miqati's government in the wake of the assassination of Intelligence Bureau chief Maj. Gen. Wissam al-Hasan.

Hasan and two other people were killed and more than 100 people were wounded in a massive car bombing in the Beirut district of Ashrafiyeh on October 19.

Hasan was close to former Prime Minister Saad Hariri and hostile to the regime in Syria. He had been tipped to take over as ISF head at the end of this year.

The ISF played a central role in the arrest in August of former Lebanese information minister Michel Samaha, who has close links to Damascus and was charged with planning attacks in Lebanon and transporting explosives in collaboration with Syrian security chief Maj. Gen. Ali Mamlouk.

“The bombing that led to the martyrdom of Maj. Gen. al-Hasan has pushed Lebanon to a new scene of sharp tensions and divisions,” Nasrallah warned.

He called on all Lebanese leaders to “enjoy national responsibility” and “take into consideration the tense situation in the region and Syria and elsewhere.”

“After the crime of the assassination of Maj. Gen. al-Hasan, the other camp pointed the finger at Syria without any evidence and they are used to political accusation. Some people accused Hizbullah and claimed that the killers of the top Sunni officer are Shiite. What do they want to achieve from that?” Nasrallah added.

“If they were reasonable, they would have mentioned all possibilities, but the absurd thing is that they excluded Israel from the very beginning and accused Hizbullah,” he noted.

“They ruled out all the possibilities and one of them claimed that he has pictures. Let him hand them over to investigators. They demanded the departure of the government, boycotted the parliament and everything and resorted to misleading the public,” Nasrallah went on to say.

Hizbullah's leader accused the rival March 14 camp of stirring unrest across Lebanon in the wake of Hasan's assassination.

“They stirred up fighting in Tripoli, tried to drag the neighborhoods around Tariq al-Jedideh into a gunbattle and turned the funeral into a political event not to mention the attempt to storm the Grand Serail,” said Nasrallah.

“I hail the awareness of people who deprived some leaders of the chance to see the fire spreading to all regions,” he added.

Turning to Sunday's deadly clashes in the southern city of Sidon between supporters of Hizbullah and Salafist cleric Sheikh Ahmed al-Asir, Nasrallah said: “Sidon is the capital of the South and it will remain the capital of resistance. Sidon will continue to embrace Palestine and the Palestinian people who are residing in refugee camps."

"Some want to drag Sidon into strife, amid the silence of many parties and the failure of the state to shoulders its responsibilities," he warned.

"This critical period requires awareness from the Shiites and Sunnis and no one must deceive us through lies and fabrications," added Nasrallah.

Addressing Hizbullah's supporters, Nasrallah said: "Today, we must be patient and must exercise self-restraint in the face of provocations."

He also said that "Shiites and Sunnis must be patient and the state must shoulder its responsibilities."

Turning to the issue of the drone sent by Hizbullah over Israel, Nasrallah said "the March 14 camp started issuing lamentation and mourning statements and said that the incident will give Israel an excuse to strike Lebanon."

"I take responsibility for saying that they were wishing for an Israeli strike on Lebanon, but the Israelis have their own plans and they are not March 14's employees," Nasrallah noted.

Commenting on the protratced Syrian crisis, Hizbullah's leader said: "Our stance on Syria has not changed. A settlement and a political solution are in the interest of Syria's people."

"The dangerous thing is that there is consensus in the new opposition coalition on rejecting dialogue. They want further destruction and this is in the interest of the U.S., Israel and some spiteful Arab states," he added.

Timeline
  • 12 November 2012, 19:43

    Nasrallah: The regime in Bahrain has a real problem with the peaceful nature of the Bahraini opposition and it is seeking an excuse to imprison the dissidents.

  • 12 November 2012, 19:42

    Nasrallah: Our stance on Syria has not changed. A settlement and a political solution are in the interest of Syria's people. The dangerous thing is that there is consensus in the new opposition coalition on rejecting dialogue. They want further destruction and this is in the interest of the U.S., Israel and some spiteful Arab states.

  • 12 November 2012, 19:41

    Nasrallah: Come to the dialogue table if you want a unity government.

  • 12 November 2012, 19:40

    Nasrallah: There is a legitimate and constitutional government that is pursuing its duties and speaking of a neutral government is meaningless in a country where no one is neutral. A technocrat government has no place in a country that is political par excellence.

  • 12 November 2012, 19:32

    Nasrallah: Shiites and Sunnis must be patient and the state must shoulder its responsibilities.

  • 12 November 2012, 19:31

    Nasrallah to supporters: Today, we must be patient and must exercise self-restraint in the face of provocations.

  • 12 November 2012, 19:30

    Nasrallah: This critical period requires awareness from the Shiites and Sunnis and no one must deceive us through lies and fabrications.

  • 12 November 2012, 19:29

    Nasrallah: Sidon is the capital of the South and it will remain the capital of resistance. Sidon will continue to embrace Palestine and the Palestinian people who are residing in refugee camps. Some want to drag Sidon into strife, amid the silence of many parties and the failure of the state to shoulders its responsibilities.

  • 12 November 2012, 19:26

    Nasrallah: Some Lebanese parties believe that blowing up Lebanon would serve certain interests. They want a Sunni-Shiite conflict and I'm specifically referring to some of March 14's Christians.

  • 12 November 2012, 19:25

    Nasrallah: All indications confirm that some parties in the country are conspiring with foreign forces to push the country towards an explosion.

  • 12 November 2012, 19:25

    Nasrallah: I hail the awareness of people who deprived some leaders of the chance to see the fire spreading to all regions.

  • 12 November 2012, 19:24

    Nasrallah: They stirred up fighting in Tripoli, tried to drag the neighborhoods around Tariq al-Jedideh into a gunbattle and turned the funeral into a political event not to mention the attempt to storm the Grand Serail.

  • 12 November 2012, 19:22

    Nasrallah: They ruled out all the possibilities and one of them claimed that he has pictures. Let him hand them over to investigators. They demanded the departure of the government, boycotted the parliament and everything and resorted to misleading the public.

  • 12 November 2012, 19:20

    Nasrallah: If they were reasonable, they would have mentioned all possibilities, but the absurd thing is that they excluded Israel from the very beginning and accused Hizbullah.

  • 12 November 2012, 19:18

    Nasrallah: After the crime of the assassination of Maj. Gen. al-Hasan, the other camp pointed the finger at Syria without any evidence and they are used to political accusation. Some people accused Hizbullah and claimed that the killers of the top Sunni officer are Shiite. What do they want to achieve from that? If they have such a history, what do they want to achieve?

  • 12 November 2012, 19:16

    Nasrallah: All leaders must enjoy national responsibility and must take into consideration the tense situation in the region and Syria and elsewhere.

  • 12 November 2012, 19:15

    Nasrallah: The crime of the bombing that led to the martyrdom of Maj. Gen. al-Hasan has pushed Lebanon to a new scene of sharp tensions and divisions.

  • 12 November 2012, 19:07

    Nasrallah: What protects Lebanon is the army-people-resistance formula and the choice of resistance is a moral choice and abandoning it would be madness and suicide and we would be renouncing our duties and human values.

  • 12 November 2012, 19:04

    Nasrallah: Where were the Organization of Islamic Cooperation and the Security Council when Israel bombed a factory in Khartoum? Isn't Sudan a sovereign Arab state?

  • 12 November 2012, 19:03

    Nasrallah: What's happening today in Gaza is a tough test for the Arab Spring nations. How will Egypt, Libya and Tunisia react? This is a tough question.

  • 12 November 2012, 18:58

    Nasrallah: In Lebanon, the March 14 group started issuing lamentation and mourning statements and said that the incident will give Israel an excuse to strike Lebanon. I take responsibility for saying that they were wishing for an Israeli strike on Lebanon, but the Israelis have their own plans and they are not March 14's employees.

  • 12 November 2012, 18:56

    Nasrallah: How did the Israelis deal with Ayoub? Netanyahu described it as a very dangerous precedent and said Israel will punish those who did it from the very first day. They thought that the drone came from Gaza so they escalated the rhetoric since they bomb it everyday, but when we claimed responsibility what did the Israelis say? They did nothing.

  • 12 November 2012, 18:53

    Nasrallah: In this regard, the Ayoub drone was a new evidence of this resolve and everyone knows the importance of intelligence. Today, the Resistance is making mighty steps and the enemy knows what it means that the Resistance has obtained such intelligence information.

  • 12 November 2012, 18:50

    Nasrallah: We have reached a point where we forced the enemy to acknowledge the force of deterrence created by the Resistance in Lebanon.

  • 12 November 2012, 18:49

    Nasrallah: On Martyr Day, I stress that we will carry on with our efforts, preparedness to defend our country and the improvement of our capabilities. Let no one think that the events in the region can affect the Resistance's resolve and efforts.

  • 12 November 2012, 18:48

    Nasrallah: We must understand where do they want to take this country and if we overlook the past we will make a wrong diagnosis.

  • 12 November 2012, 18:46

    Nasrallah: The resistance fighters who liberated Lebanon and rescued it from the Israeli era do not need certificates in patriotism from those who were allied with the Israelis and used to storm Lebanese towns alongside Israeli troops.

  • 12 November 2012, 18:45

    Nasrallah: Those whose history is full of murder, crimes and violations are lecturing about honor.

  • 12 November 2012, 18:44

    Nasrallah: Some want us to forget our past and want the Lebanese and Arab and Muslim peoples to forget our past. He wants us to forget about his past and he wants the Lebanese and Arabs to forget about his past in order to turn the standards upside down. They want to question the Lebanese identity of resistance fighters and turn the well-known collaborator into a national hero.

  • 12 November 2012, 18:39

    Hizbullah chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah in a televised address marking Hizbullah's Martyr Day: We must continue the path of martyrs and achieve their objectives.

Comments 84
Thumb boulmich 12 November 2012, 18:36

First

Thumb thepatriot 12 November 2012, 19:20

lol

Thumb lebnanfirst 12 November 2012, 23:56

Arrogance, thine name is Hizballah.

Thumb benzona 13 November 2012, 02:00

FT... you again, another one of your new nicks (#22)

Thumb zalgouta 13 November 2012, 14:41

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Thumb benzona 13 November 2012, 02:00

FT... you again, another one of your new nicks (#23)

Thumb zalgouta 13 November 2012, 14:45

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Missing gabby8 12 November 2012, 18:37

Blah blah blah....we are right and everyone else is wrong. We steal electricity and bankrupt the country for the persians.

Thumb Elemental 12 November 2012, 19:23

I think the point is enough external influence from different sides is what's screwing up the country left and right.

Missing samiam 12 November 2012, 19:35

awesome--you are justifying current wrongs with past wrongs. You may want to find better reasons for what they are currently doing instead--it may give you a 'moral' ground to sit on, instead of being branded as thieves.

Thumb bigsami 12 November 2012, 20:21

Farsi Motormouth states: hahaha yes he is fake that's why you get so hysterical and need so badly to prove it :)

I think we all know here that the only conditioned herder that CONSTANTLY defends these cons (non-Lebanese) is the one and only Farsi Motormouth. You are demented and sick to sit there and justify action of cold blooded Lebanese/Syrian murderers. Dirt bag!

Thumb andre.jabbour 12 November 2012, 23:24

I'm tired of this false prophet's lies. Christians are now trying to provoke a Sunni-Shia strife? Who was firing yesterday? Was his name André or Ali? Do you think we're going to fall in your cheap trap?

Default-user-icon Avenging Angel (Guest) 13 November 2012, 08:39

He is always trying to insult our intelligence... his crap works with those sheep that follow him and bend over... he is on his last leg... I am looking to the moment of his demise...

Thumb boulmich 12 November 2012, 18:38

I hope you all had a good week end!!

Thumb thepatriot 12 November 2012, 21:56

@theresistance
You're only resisting arrest :)

Missing gabby8 12 November 2012, 18:39

ASSad is doomed but I am "resisting" by sending killers to Syria to kill the people.

Thumb Elemental 12 November 2012, 18:48

Words from a guy who's not even Lebanese...irrelevant from start to finish

Thumb Elemental 12 November 2012, 18:57

"Those whose history is full of murder, crimes and violations are lecturing about honor."....Have you looked at yourself in the mirror lately sir?

Thumb Elemental 12 November 2012, 19:16

Hmmmm, seems alot of Iranians are going around giving thumbs down. Did your funding from Tehran come in?

Thumb andre.jabbour 13 November 2012, 15:07

You're hilariously humoristkly funny

Thumb Elemental 13 November 2012, 17:23

His paycheck came in :)

Thumb bigsami 12 November 2012, 20:12

You have that right Elemental! He's nothing more than Ahmadinejad servant(puppet).

Thumb Elemental 13 November 2012, 17:22

@ Stargate, sooo many assumptions dude....don't use your m14 Saudi card like the rest of them, it won't work on me ;)

Missing mohammad_ca 12 November 2012, 18:53

"...we must continue the path of martyrs and achieve their objectives." so is he supporting the Syrian revolution now??? :)

Thumb thepatriot 12 November 2012, 19:09

Yaaaaawnnn..........zzzzzzzzzzz.........

Default-user-icon Lebanan (Guest) 12 November 2012, 19:13

What an idiotic speech. For the record, Lebanon's history precedes what happened in the past 20 years between Hezb and Israel. That is a phase we want to forget.
It's not YOUR country btw.

Missing mohammad_ca 12 November 2012, 19:19

seriously this is getting old....trying to prove that he is still relevant...

Missing mohammad_ca 12 November 2012, 19:56

hahahahaha hahahhaa hahahaha
eldi7k bala sabab min ellet el 2adab something you're an expert at too...hey lookie the first thing he talked about was M14 and what they say...so much for irrelevance according to your logic!

Missing mohammad_ca 12 November 2012, 20:38

you're irrelevant

Missing realist 12 November 2012, 21:26

and 90 percent of the talk is about bashar assad and he will be finished, and 90 percent of the talk was about saddam once upon a time and qadafe and hitler, how stupid is your mathematical logic exactly?

Missing mohammad_ca 12 November 2012, 19:20

that is EXACTLY how justice works...one runs away from it and keeps telling people "well I was never PROVEN guilty..."

Default-user-icon mfawaz (Guest) 12 November 2012, 19:28

Nasrallah: Those whose history is full of murder, crimes and violations are lecturing about honor.

Yeah dude why do you keep lecturing us about honor oh your dishonorable excellency?

Missing samiam 12 November 2012, 19:38

Each time he talks it reminds me of a song by the Allman Brothers called Ramblin Man--I would say Ramble On or Song Remains the Same by Led Zepplin, but that may be redundant.

Thumb lebanon_first 12 November 2012, 19:44

You dont respond to any of the Mustakbal hawks that keep on attacking you every day, the only one you respond to with hate and despise is the christian M14 leader geagea...

Thumb thepatriot 12 November 2012, 21:52

cause he's the one he's scared of the most...

Missing syriandude 12 November 2012, 19:50

Nasrilat, you're next after your butt buddy bashar.

Thumb geha 12 November 2012, 19:50

extremist rhetoric full of non sense.
he is an iranian traitor and accusing others of being traitors.
his end will be like saddam, kadhafi, and bashar assad (soon to come).
all mass murderors and traitors will have the same fate.

Missing mohammad_ca 12 November 2012, 19:54

inta expert justice man...w kamen expert democracy w kullo...tell me which electorate does nasrocrap report to?

Missing peace 12 November 2012, 19:54

here is the divine iranman again lecturing lebanese and telling that only hezbis are right and the majority of lebanese are wrong...

what is different between him and assir? nothing: two same beard to try look viril, two islamists, two extremists, two ones who still live in the middle ages using their religion to achieve political goals...

Thumb bigsami 12 November 2012, 20:15

We all know it patriot. The same schizo Farsi BSThrower aka Motormouth and list of aliases simultaneous thumbs DOWN......BUT we all can simply see that 90% of the posts are ANTI scum HA. Pathetic yet sad these mentally limited followers can't see how they are being duped!

Missing peace 12 November 2012, 20:25

if they were truly patriots they would obey the constitution and hand their weapons to the army of the STATE! only the state has the decision of war and peace as they are elected by people and then represent the people whereas a political party only represents itself! moreover having pledged allegiance to a foreign country makes them everything but lebanese....

Thumb LEBhasNOhope 12 November 2012, 20:38

the only thing I get from his speech is a desperate attempt at PR damage control. Pathetic attempt at best! you will lose all control of power and there isn't a damn thing you can do about it. The Lebanese people are fed up with your lies and will vote you out soon.

Missing peace 12 November 2012, 20:41

"and will vote you out soon." they won t be voted out as iranman once said that the results of the elections means nothing to him, another proof of his attachment to the lebanese institutions....

Missing realist 12 November 2012, 21:20

These people do not understand except the language of violence and terror, only when we start shooting back, assasinating back will they sit down to the table: look at syria, what did the peaceful demos do for them?? they had to resort to arms.

Thumb lebanon_first 12 November 2012, 21:27

Lebanonfirst! I agree with your lines... But do u mind choosing another name to not have confusion :)

Thumb LEBhasNOhope 12 November 2012, 22:28

Peace- you are correct. He has his followers and that won't change much. However,his cronies such as aoun and the likes will lose big and that will greatly reduce his grip on the country.
Realist- agree with you on the fact that these cowerdly bastards only speak the lanquage of terroristic activities and are not even man enough to admit it. They lie and act as victims of the "evil western media" instead. However, another civil war is not what Lebanon needs right now.
Lebanon_first- I am open to suggestions. I've had this handle for a while now, I just don't comment very much. Last couple of days have been the exception.

Default-user-icon Majnoun (Guest) 12 November 2012, 20:41

So hizboz blames pretty much anybody; Israel, M14, Sunnis, M14 christians, America za devil, Saudi Arabia, the people on the dark side of the moon, Green people, the hole is ozone layer, global warming ... etc

Thumb shab 12 November 2012, 21:06

Shove your Ayoub and become a jihadist duty

Missing youssefhaddad 12 November 2012, 21:09

How many Days do they celebrate per year?
I say to all my fellow Lebanese who still follow the Hidden Hasan, go back to work because the Iranian money will dry up soon, the trafficking and drug incomes will shrink.
The Hezbollah adventure is about to fizzle.
Chose to live for Lebanon instead of dying for Iran or Syria ....

Missing realist 12 November 2012, 21:17

and their katusha missles will bring them death and destruction. Bashar's airforce cant stop the revolution, can hizbustan militia stop the tide?

Missing realist 12 November 2012, 21:22

exactly, and there is sadly no other solution but violence, assasinations and terror, for this is the only language those thugs understand, only when they start tasting their own medicine will they sit down to the table.

Missing realist 12 November 2012, 21:23

Either way they are finished and most likely they will drag down leb to the drain pretty much like bashar did to syria.

Missing realist 12 November 2012, 21:24

defend his country i.e iranian influence.

Missing realist 12 November 2012, 21:32

Here is what will sadly happen due to hizbulat. After the fall of bashar we will have a suni trained/armed militia in lebanon supported by the Syrian rebels, many of whom crazy enough not to live without action. We will also likely see suicide attacks in beirut in vengance. The outcome will likely be that each sect stays within its borders and hizbustan will have diminished projection power i.e it will no longer be able to project power on non-she3a areas including the beka3. The idiots of M8 are refusing to see the changes around them and want to put us through death and destruction to reach the inevitable conclusion.

Missing samiam 12 November 2012, 21:36

again, no word on him telling his clan on them paying their electric bill.

anyone surprised?

Thumb thepatriot 12 November 2012, 21:50

lol... If you can't draw your own conclusions when a sudden wave comes within several minutes...well..akhh...I guess when you're dumb, you're dumb, in any case if I was you I would not elaborate on red thumbs :)

Missing gabby8 12 November 2012, 22:22

Blah blah blah.....we sell expired pharmaceuticals to the Lebanese and illegal drugs to the region and the world. We are Hizbcocaine.

Default-user-icon Skyfall (Guest) 12 November 2012, 22:34

And this worm salafist Asir is not supported by the march 14th camp nor people that have a righteous mind., but what do you want when some people impose their selves on others? we must get rid of palestinians weapons, find a solution to hezbollah weapons after and fast and unite to clean up salafists and other armed groups. This is the only salvation for Lebanon .

Thumb kanaandian 12 November 2012, 22:56

Stay in your cave bigboy. Even your own people are starting to not like you.

Default-user-icon al fakih (Guest) 12 November 2012, 22:59

when u hear this man talk,there is no way you can reach any understanding with him,he is an extremist willing to go all the way,just like the PLO did in 75.the destruction of our country is coming soon at his hands

Missing allouchi 12 November 2012, 22:59

Arrogant SOB...

Thumb Chupachups 12 November 2012, 23:13

So get this, assir VS nasrallah and nasrallah blames the Christians!!!! What a stupid man?!

Thumb beiruti 13 November 2012, 00:20

Truly an incredible statement from this guy. His ally in Syria, Mr. Assad is exactly trying to stir a regional Sunni-Shia conflict so as to expand the war and take the pressure off of himself. Iran sending in IRG to Syria and Hezbollah sending in fighters to Syria, both Shia groups, and Assad stoking sectarian fears in Syria among Alawite, Christian and Druze, all of these efforts to make this Shia-Sunni are coming demo ththe Assas/M8/Hezbillah camp. For this guy to now accuse M14 Christians of stoking this is the height if the pychosis of transference.
This guy is sick in his head. Accusing others, again of his own conduct. M14 is only reflecting the reality that Assad/M8/Hezbollah is creating in a vain bid to save the Assad Regime.

Missing gabby8 13 November 2012, 00:24

Nasrallah: Some March 14 Christians Seeking Sunni-Shiite Conflict

Who is murdering M14 politicians? Who is fueling the Alawites in Tripoli with weapons? Who is putting Ashoura posters in other sects towns? Who is building on church land? Who has his people in Syria killing Sunni's?

What a criminal liar.

Default-user-icon Ompha Zingaro (Guest) 13 November 2012, 00:49

March 14, I can name a few of you who are proud warriors (not so sure of they are Christians, though) always ready to eat the head of the snake as they have shown us so many times, and now even more so with the help of the bearded Sunni liberationist democracycators that Dr. Arreet 7akeh calls "minnina" and has no problem if they run the flourishing democracies in the Middle East and who can fiercely assist in slaying the evil dragon: gabby(i), peace, thepatriot, allouchi, slash, realist. You go, warriors, my only hope for a free Lebanon and one where the love of life is king! Now is the time to demolish this Wilayat al-Faqih nonsense, the voodoo powers and the forces of evil and backwardness. So get ready, my phoenicians, get set, and go, go, go, go, go slay the dragon. With warriors like you, who needs unbelievable powers such as the Israelis and all of the moral West? They are a joke in comparison, my revolutionistas.

Thumb ghada12 13 November 2012, 00:58

By the way, on another subject, do you guys realize that the other woman in Petraueus'sordid story is Lebanese? Jill Kelley is actually Jill Khawam from Jounieh.

Thumb joesikemrex 13 November 2012, 01:11

and the rest of Lebanon

Default-user-icon abboudy (Guest) 13 November 2012, 01:21

I have no political affiliation in Lebanon, hard to believe but I am foreigner who moved here 9 years ago and i guarantee Lebanon will be forever destabilized as long as you have a militia that is more powerful than the state. If a day every comes when you drive through Dahyieh and see the Lebanese flag hung instead of the Hezbollah flag, Lebanon will be at peace.

Default-user-icon Horus (Guest) 13 November 2012, 02:42

All you are trying to do is incite further violence between Lebanese.
Who killed the Sunni leaders ?? March 14 Christians or your militia ??

Default-user-icon Hammer Head (Guest) 13 November 2012, 03:40

Well said kiserwasimoughadram

Missing gabby8 13 November 2012, 03:53

What happened to the big Hizbcocaine party conference ya Nassy boy? Is there a split over your psychotic actions? Why are Shia protesting in front of the Syrian and Iranian embassies? Your arrogant days are numbered now too.

Thumb ghada12 13 November 2012, 04:11

did you guys read what I wrote? There is a Lebanese connection with the General Petraeus scandal in the US! The "other", other woman is Lebanese! Her name is Jill kelley but it's really Jill Khawam Kelley. That must be more significant than what Nassrallah says, the guy is a broken record for God's sake!

Missing cedars 13 November 2012, 05:09

She is a cutie pie and destroyed Petraeus career indirectly.

Thumb ghada12 13 November 2012, 05:12

Thank you Cedars for noticing my comment. By the way, she must be a cutie pie because it seems that the FBI person who was looking into her request to follow up with the harassing emails, took a severe liking to her and sent her photos of himself shirtless. He became so obsessed that he had to be removed from the case which led him to contact the congressmen who then blew the lid on the whole ting.

Ah, the power of a Lebanese woman!

Thumb joesikemrex 13 November 2012, 05:23

Yes! Lebanese women.

Default-user-icon nayikhezbo (Guest) 13 November 2012, 05:13

yea and who is killing the sunnis in syria ??? the christians or your people?

Missing cedars 13 November 2012, 05:25

Nassoura, Some people and majority of them want to make peace with Israel so that they can live in a peaceful Lebanon and bring it back as Paris of the middle east.
Go to the Golan hights and fight Israel from there you retard, you invite the Jewish F16s back to Beirut to chase your sexy look trust me you are going to end up just like Imad Mughnieuh as we will reach you even if you are hiding under seventh earth

Thumb ghada12 13 November 2012, 05:58

lol cedars "your sexy look" have you notices that Nassoura always has a bit of a hair whisp on his forehead? I bet that the Farsi boys dig it.

Missing phillipo 13 November 2012, 11:51

"Some people and majority of them want to make peace with Israel."
I'm sure that the majority of people in Israel feel the same way.

Default-user-icon assaad (Guest) 13 November 2012, 06:13

, il faisait des raisonnement plus intelligent M. Nasrallah auparavant les chretiens qui veulent l'explosion entre sunnites et chiites sont ceux du 8 Mars , cette guerre pourrait les porter a la presidence. les chretiens du 14 mars ont tout a perdre, vue la repartition des forces.

Default-user-icon assaad (Guest) 13 November 2012, 06:16

Naturellement c'est la faute des chretiens, les autres n'y font rien pour cette Fitnat . sunnites, chiites , arabie, katar, iran, syrie, hezbollah, moustakbal,... il n'y sont pour rien. ils se font tous manipuler par Geagea.

Thumb kanaandian 13 November 2012, 10:38

Hassouna the Tuna
You won't be missed.

Thumb whyaskwhy 13 November 2012, 13:00

King Rat needs to have his HVAC system looked into he was sweating from both cheeks yesterday and as Phoenix has said delerious too. I find that if you mute him and put on some good old Rockin Roll music hes alot more palatable and even entertaining.

Thumb boulmich 13 November 2012, 15:40

lol