Nasrallah Hopes World Will Draw Lessons from Gaza Experience

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Hizbullah Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah said on Wednesday that the Palestinian resistance's experience in the most recent conflict with Israel should be studied and evaluated for its “greatness”.

"The U.S., the West, Arabs and Muslims, Lebanese, Palestinians and Gaza should all learn lessons from this experience,” said Nasrallah in a speech he gave on the seventh day of Ashoura, adding that the fighters' performance has reinforced the strength and the power that will lead to “this nation's victory”.

"We hope the Palestinian resistance was able to impose its conditions on the world from the position of strength it has acquired in this war,” he said.

The war that had erupted last Wednesday has just been announced over after both the Palestinians and Israelis agreed on a ceasefire, following mediation efforts by Egypt and the United States .

The 8-day war left more than 160 Palestinians dead and hundreds wounded. Meanwhile, Hamas rockets were able to target Tel Aviv and Jerusalem for the first time since the beginning of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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Thumb Elemental 21 November 2012, 22:41

Hush, Persian.

Thumb Elemental 21 November 2012, 22:47

...said the Ayatollah

Default-user-icon Jean K. (Guest) 21 November 2012, 23:01

You are wrong Mrl. Secrerary General Some country cares for there peoaple and the the victims who are killed and there are not war monger! Meanwhile others do not and rely on there victims to show the world the massacres then claim victory when the ceasfire is called.
What a messed up world!!!!!

Thumb bigsami 22 November 2012, 05:06

You know it! Just look at that picture. If that does not spell the voice of Iran (evil), nothing does. Extremists have no place on this planet.

Thumb geha 22 November 2012, 09:56

on any one day, assad has killed more than the Israelis in one week.

Thumb shab 21 November 2012, 22:57

Yes the world saw scared hamas filth begging for cease fire and many hundred dead. Try to fire rockets again and they will be back,

Missing peace 21 November 2012, 23:35

why don t you ALSO hope that the world will draw lessons from syrian people's experience?
the ones you praise, have also praised the fight for freedom and democracy from the syrian rebels...

double standard iranian agent....

Thumb shab 21 November 2012, 23:47

I second #6

Default-user-icon Truth (Guest) 22 November 2012, 00:36

This finger that is always raised in a sign of defiance and threat will be cut some day sooner than later, for all the misery, killings, murders, this guy has taken part of since the early eighties (read the scathing conference the hakim gave recently listing all the murders and kamikaze operations, know today as terrorist ones, HN took part in!) !!

Thumb lebanon_first 22 November 2012, 00:48

trying to continue being the leader of the arabs. You barely represent half the chiite lebanese you criminal

Thumb lebnanfirst 22 November 2012, 03:21

Hyperbole, seems that is all what the likes of HA are good at. Yes, Hamas was able to fire longer range missiles at Israeli cities but casualties were minimal. Yes, with many concurrent volleys the rockets could overwhelm the interceptor batteries but doing that is near impossible since a concentration like this will be very obvious and an immediate target for war planes.

So what are the conclusions of this latest escapade? They are as follows IMHO
- Egypt opted to work with the West, specifically the US, in order to keep the $ coming
- Iran tried to pass more long range missiles during the conflict and failed
- Hamas is now more attached to Egypt and the MB than ever before, IrN had no role
- HA did NOT intervene be amuse they knew that if they did it would be their end
In sum, Iran lost more stature and allies. Egypt once again has a stake in keeping them out. The US proved yet once again that it is the main player.

Missing greatpierro 22 November 2012, 11:04

An important to be mentioned: Iran has formally denied deliveringIranian made missiles to Hamas. This is a proof that Iran belligerence against Israel is only directed towards reinforcing the Islamic Revolution in Iran and in neighboring countries i.e. Lebanon, Bahrein, and Irak.

Missing phillipo 22 November 2012, 11:39

Important to be mentioned "Iran, which he (Mashaal) said "had a role in arming" his Islamist movement."
So they did arm Hamas, contrary to what you say.

Default-user-icon Day of judgement (Guest) 22 November 2012, 08:12

All you people talking and ripping on the sayed are all going to hell you haters when the mehdi(as) comes he will chop all your heads off and we will join him.

Default-user-icon Truth (Guest) 22 November 2012, 08:47

It's about time YOU draw lessons from the foolish painful bloody experiences you have drawn the hostage civilian populations in 2006 and today,on simple orders from Iran !! Images of slaughtered kids and women you have sent to their butchers, won't sell anymore the way you think and won't get you anywhere with the local public opinion and international ones !

Missing realist 22 November 2012, 10:13

Nasrala trying hard to stay relevant, after bashar has become totaly irrelevant. The truth is, nasrala/iran are not happy one bit with hamas pretty much moving to egypt/turkey/qatar. Let's face the facts, this is a sectarian region to the bone and the Syrian revolution has left no place for grey colors and hence the hamas departure from Iran back to its suni origins in Egypt. HA is living in oblivion really, and for them stay in denial is very bad news for their supporters and community: one day they will wake up and assad is gone, their rampage of assasinations in lebanon and taking over the country has to stop otherwise they will pay dearly.

Thumb shab 22 November 2012, 10:41

Lool even his 6 years of hiding is a divine victory

Thumb eli-g 22 November 2012, 12:09

I am afraid this was a practice run by israel to test its capabilities defending these iranian rockets.Iran and Hizballah might be the intended next target.

Missing rimkiezel 22 November 2012, 13:44

Hopefully one lesson learned is... Launching rockets at Israel.... Not a good idea...

Default-user-icon FULLIndependence (Guest) 22 November 2012, 17:19

I suppose that NasrIran will claim it as the "ultimate victory" if Israel wipes out all living creatures in Gaza. What a sick, sick individual. Oops, what am I saying - "individual"? What a sick, sick Iranian puppy.

Default-user-icon Lloyd (Guest) 22 November 2012, 19:48

The lesson is, if you want to eliminate some of your highly paid senior leadership in order to balance your budget, just attack Israel and they will do it for you.

Thumb thepatriot 23 November 2012, 11:21

I sleep like a baby, he sleeps in a cave :)