Hezbollah chief vows to continue fighting in Syria

Nov 14, 2013 Full story: The Olympian 45

The public appearance of Hassan Nasrallah - his second in as many days - came as tens of thousands of Shiites and Hezbollah supporters marched in their southern Beirut stronghold for the Ashoura, one of the Shiite sect's most important religious occasions.

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Since: Aug 09

Saint Louis, MO

#1 Nov 14, 2013
Nice going, Hizbollah. Never surrender or compromise on the rights and dignity of the Arab Nation and African Nation and al-Ummah
George

Red Deer, Canada

#2 Nov 14, 2013
Abdurratln wrote:
Nice going, Hizbollah. Never surrender or compromise on the rights and dignity of the Arab Nation and African Nation and al-Ummah
Send all the Hezbollah into Syria and rid the world of all of them at the same time and let Lebanon have a better country, double the success.
Oliver Cromwell

Accrington, UK

#3 Nov 14, 2013
George wrote:
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Send all the Hezbollah into Syria and rid the world of all of them at the same time and let Lebanon have a better country, double the success.
You would love that,so next time those Zionist savages invade Southern Lebanon they could just walk in and grab more Lebensraum,it aint going to happen,Hezbollah will stop them like they did last time.
Syrian

Waterford, CT

#4 Nov 14, 2013
Abdurratln wrote:
Nice going, Hizbollah. Never surrender or compromise on the rights and dignity of the Arab Nation and African Nation and al-Ummah
Well said.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#5 Nov 14, 2013
Oliver Cromwell wrote:
<quoted text>You would love that,so next time those Zionist savages invade Southern Lebanon they could just walk in and grab more Lebensraum,it aint going to happen,Hezbollah will stop them like they did last time.
The Lebonese government does not like Hezbollah either, so I would not be surprised if they are hoping for the same thing. You talk about terrorist supporters but yet you support one of the most openly admitted terrorist in the Middle East, why is that? Is it just because they fight Israel? Israel has no fight with Lebanon and the real government just with Hezbollah.
Oliver Cromwell

Accrington, UK

#6 Nov 14, 2013
George wrote:
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The Lebonese government does not like Hezbollah either, so I would not be surprised if they are hoping for the same thing. You talk about terrorist supporters but yet you support one of the most openly admitted terrorist in the Middle East, why is that? Is it just because they fight Israel? Israel has no fight with Lebanon and the real government just with Hezbollah.
Hezbollah is PART of the Lebanese government,Hezbollah was formed as a resistance to Israeli invasions of Lebanon,you can call them terrorists if you want,it doesn't mean a damn thing,the Nazis called the French resistance terrorists.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#7 Nov 14, 2013
Oliver Cromwell wrote:
<quoted text>Hezbollah is PART of the Lebanese government,Hezbollah was formed as a resistance to Israeli invasions of Lebanon,you can call them terrorists if you want,it doesn't mean a damn thing,the Nazis called the French resistance terrorists.
With the exception of a few countries most of the world has Hezbollah registered as terrorists. They do form part of the government but that does not mean that the other half want them nor the bulk of the people of Lebanon.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#8 Nov 14, 2013
Oliver Cromwell

Accrington, UK

#9 Nov 14, 2013
George wrote:
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With the exception of a few countries most of the world has Hezbollah registered as terrorists. They do form part of the government but that does not mean that the other half want them nor the bulk of the people of Lebanon.
When ones Country is under threat and attack do you think resistance groups give a Rats arse what other Countries think?they are not the ones being attacked.
Chris

Toronto, Canada

#10 Nov 14, 2013
George wrote:
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With the exception of a few countries most of the world has Hezbollah registered as terrorists. They do form part of the government but that does not mean that the other half want them nor the bulk of the people of Lebanon.
You use the Western standards in your classification of different groups. It might be natural, because you reside in the West, and you are not independent thinker. But the case is that the West is not the majority of the World Countries, and even less “The International Community”; the way the Western leaders often call themselves. It is the opposite. The majority of the World’s countries consider Hezbollah as freedom fighters. They are in Lebanon Parliament; therefore they are obviously wanted by sufficient number of Lebanese people; particularly because the rest of the representatives are not “the other half,” but are several different groupings.
Avenger

Kitchener, Canada

#11 Nov 14, 2013
Chris wrote:
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You use the Western standards in your classification of different groups. It might be natural, because you reside in the West, and you are not independent thinker. But the case is that the West is not the majority of the World Countries, and even less “The International Community”; the way the Western leaders often call themselves. It is the opposite. The majority of the World’s countries consider Hezbollah as freedom fighters. They are in Lebanon Parliament; therefore they are obviously wanted by sufficient number of Lebanese people; particularly because the rest of the representatives are not “the other half,” but are several different groupings.
I doubt it Hezbollah has lost a lot of support in the Muslim world recently the Sunni aren't happy.
And Hezbollah has been added to the EU terrorist list.
As for seats they only hold 12 parliament seats out of 128 in Lebanon nothing special.
Syrian

Waterford, CT

#12 Nov 14, 2013
Chris wrote:
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You use the Western standards in your classification of different groups. It might be natural, because you reside in the West, and you are not independent thinker. But the case is that the West is not the majority of the World Countries, and even less “The International Community”; the way the Western leaders often call themselves. It is the opposite. The majority of the World’s countries consider Hezbollah as freedom fighters. They are in Lebanon Parliament; therefore they are obviously wanted by sufficient number of Lebanese people; particularly because the rest of the representatives are not “the other half,” but are several different groupings.
Exactly!!
Oliver Cromwell

Accrington, UK

#13 Nov 14, 2013
Avenger wrote:
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I doubt it Hezbollah has lost a lot of support in the Muslim world recently the Sunni aren't happy.
And Hezbollah has been added to the EU terrorist list.
As for seats they only hold 12 parliament seats out of 128 in Lebanon nothing special.
Hezbollah has been added to the EU terrorist list. Wow,i bet Hezbollaha really scared,most Countries in the EU are terrorists.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#14 Nov 14, 2013
Oliver Cromwell wrote:
<quoted text>When ones Country is under threat and attack do you think resistance groups give a Rats arse what other Countries think?they are not the ones being attacked.
I am sure that is what the Rebels thought when the extremists came into Syria to fight.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#15 Nov 14, 2013
Avenger wrote:
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I doubt it Hezbollah has lost a lot of support in the Muslim world recently the Sunni aren't happy.
And Hezbollah has been added to the EU terrorist list.
As for seats they only hold 12 parliament seats out of 128 in Lebanon nothing special.
When the Hezbollah leader showed up in parliament he had to have armed guards with him for his protection. He must lead such a peaceful life to have to live that way and the people must really love him.
Avenger

Kitchener, Canada

#16 Nov 14, 2013
Oliver Cromwell wrote:
<quoted text>Hezbollah has been added to the EU terrorist list. Wow,i bet Hezbollaha really scared,most Countries in the EU are terrorists.
Yes yes Crummy another medal from Moscow congrats. Hehe
Avenger

Kitchener, Canada

#17 Nov 14, 2013
George wrote:
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When the Hezbollah leader showed up in parliament he had to have armed guards with him for his protection. He must lead such a peaceful life to have to live that way and the people must really love him.
Can't say i'm surprised the Middle East barbarians know little else.

Since: Aug 09

Saint Louis, MO

#18 Nov 14, 2013
George wrote:
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Send all the Hezbollah into Syria and rid the world of all of them at the same time and let Lebanon have a better country, double the success.
Hizbollah are Lebanese citizens. Culturally, they are almost identical to the Syrians. So, how the h*ll are you going to tell Lebanese and Syrians how to live their lives and run their countries? You are a zionistic piece of do-do.

Since: Aug 09

Saint Louis, MO

#19 Nov 14, 2013
George wrote:
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The Lebonese government does not like Hezbollah either, so I would not be surprised if they are hoping for the same thing. You talk about terrorist supporters but yet you support one of the most openly admitted terrorist in the Middle East, why is that? Is it just because they fight Israel? Israel has no fight with Lebanon and the real government just with Hezbollah.
The Lebanese government is a different political party. They are entitled to their opinion. But the real problem is they are flunkies of the west.

Since: Aug 09

Saint Louis, MO

#20 Nov 14, 2013
George wrote:
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With the exception of a few countries most of the world has Hezbollah registered as terrorists. They do form part of the government but that does not mean that the other half want them nor the bulk of the people of Lebanon.
That's a lie. "Most of the world" mind their own business. Only pro-zionist imperialists from the west have an issue with Hizbollah.

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