Hezbollah fighters dying in Syria will go to hell, Tufaili

Sobhi ToufayleFormer Hezbollah Secretary General Sheikh Sobhi Tufaili said the “Shiites in Syria do not need Hezbollah to defend them , besides this could cause them problems and Sayyidah Zaynab does not need to be protected because the Sunni community loves her.”

He is referring to the shrine of Sayyidah Zaynab Bin Ali in Damascus, and Hezbollah claim that it is defending the Lebanese Shiites in Syria.

In an interview with MTV he said “Hezbollah should not be defending the criminal regime that kills its s own people and that has never fired a shot in defense of the Palestinians “, stressing that “Hezbollah is responsible for every Shiite killed in Syria ” adding ” those Hezbollah fighters who are killing children and terrorizing people and destroying houses in Syria ” will go to hell, and can not be considered as martyrs. ”

Hezbollah considers every one that is kiled in Syria is a martyr .

The former Hezbollah chief added : “the biggest beneficiary of the conflict in Syria is the Israeli enemy because it wants to defeat both teams ( Syria and Hezbollah) . Why are we sending our finest youth to die in defense of a criminal regime instead of sending them to resist against Israel.

He continued: “We were afraid that the conflict in Syria will spill over to Lebanon but instead we are going there . Prime Minister Najib Mikati keeps talking about dissociation policy but neither his cabinet members nor Hezbollah are implementing his policy and hezbollah sent its Ayoub drone to Israel to cover up for what it is doing in Syria”.

“Hezbollah is fighting inside Syria in support of the Syrian regime on orders from the Islamic Republic of Iran,” Progressive Socialist Party leader MP Jumblatt said in a statement on Sunday.

  • 5thDrawer

    What cave is Tufaili hiding in ?? ;-)

    • Tom Jones

      in your daddy’s cave. be respectful to a man on integrity.

    • Tom Jones

      in your daddy’s cave. be respectful to a man of integrity. This man tells the truth. He understands the harmful policy of Hezbolah.

      • 5thDrawer

        If he keeps talking like that you should hope my daddy’s cave is safe … ;-)
        But considering the general premise of the group, even if this one dumps on Nasty because he’s losing face, I won’t be telling daddy to double the guard.

        • AntiFSA01

          Now you have confused poor Tom 5th. You need to take it easy with the likes of people like Tom. lol

          • 5thDrawer

            Oh. Sorry … we don’t need more confusion, right? ;-)

          • AntiFSA01

            :)

      • AntiFSA01

        No need to get personal Tom. If the tables were turned would you appreciate 5th saying the same thing about your daddy ?

      • hariri assaoudi

        Having an opinion against a politician is not an insult, by no means you are justified to insult 5th drawer this way. As far as this tfou3alayhi is concerned, i wonder if there are still, in the 21th century, idiots who believe God sends people to hell, besides the moujahidin and the hariryyin

    • Hannibal

      5th look what you started ;)

      • 5thDrawer

        Hehehe .. sorry Hannibal. It was only one small question ….
        To answer your question (now below), us old guys, who wake and sleep illogically, have all the time in the world (and enough scotch) to put in 2 cents (or 4 ;-) when a Net can actually function. :-)
        I often hope the others are younger students …. learning something … but then, what %age of a population really reads this blog anyway?
        Ohh … sorry again. That was a depressing thought … ;-)

      • wargame1

        Iran “discreetly” provided humanitarian aid to Libyan rebels before the fall of Tripoli, Jam-e-Jam newspaper quoted Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi as saying.

        “We were in touch with many of the rebel groups in Libya before the fall of (Moamer) Kadhafi, and discreetly dispatched three or four food and medical consignments to Benghazi,” Salehi told the daily.

        “The head of the National Transitional Council (NTC), Mustafa Abdel Jalil, sent a letter of thanks to President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for having been on their side and helping,” he added.

        Iranian Foreign Minister Ali-Akbar Salehi spoke with N.T.C. Chairman Mustafa Abdul-Jalil over the phone on Tuesday (AUGUST 30, 2011), congratulating the rebels on their “victory over dictatorship.” He also invited Abdul-Jalil to Teheran on a state visit in order to “deepen bilateral ties.”

        So what does it suggest you , when you learn thing from the horses mouth dead brain stil doesnt respond

        • 5thDrawer

          Those things may have been ‘discreet’ at the time, but were not unnoticed.
          If ‘the people’ decide to replace one dictator (human) with another (theology) as ‘government’ of their country, they may not have much ‘help’ for their individual futures, of course. That some now attempt to break Libya into the 3 Pre-Gadaffi ‘fiefs of the clans’ simply shows how little a wider majority really learned under his despotism. But isn’t that more about ‘Acquisition of Property’ than living together??
          “You can lead a horse to water but you can’t make him drink.” An old saying which probably applies to camels too. :-) But don’t blame Hannibal for slower responses than you would get at the table in a pub … he’s probably contributing to taxes somewhere.
          Which is more important in some places than winding up theories which can change with the shifting of the wind – and depending, often, on how much lead falls from the sky.

  • 5thDrawer

    What cave is Tufaili hiding in ?? ;-)

    • Tom Jones

      in your daddy’s cave. be respectful to a man on integrity.

    • Tom Jones

      in your daddy’s cave. be respectful to a man of integrity. This man tells the truth. He understands the harmful policy of Hezbolah.

      • 5thDrawer

        If he keeps talking like that you should hope my daddy’s cave is safe … ;-)

        • AntiFSA01

          Now you have confused poor Tom 5th. You need to take it easy with the likes of people like Tom. lol

          • 5thDrawer

            Oh. Sorry … we don’t need more confusion, right? ;-)

      • AntiFSA01

        No need to get personal Tom. If the tables were turned would you appreciate 5th saying the same thing about your daddy ?

  • 5thDrawer

    What cave is Tufaili hiding in ?? ;-)

    • Tom Jones

      in your daddy’s cave. be respectful to a man on integrity.

    • Tom Jones

      in your daddy’s cave. be respectful to a man of integrity. This man tells the truth. He understands the harmful policy of Hezbolah.

      • 5thDrawer

        If he keeps talking like that you should hope my daddy’s cave is safe … ;-)

        • AntiFSA01

          Now you have confused poor Tom 5th. You need to take it easy with the likes of people like Tom. lol

          • 5thDrawer

            Oh. Sorry … we don’t need more confusion, right? ;-)

          • AntiFSA01

            :)

      • AntiFSA01

        No need to get personal Tom. If the tables were turned would you appreciate 5th saying the same thing about your daddy ?

      • hariri assaoudi

        Having an opinion against a politician is not an insult, by no means you are justified to insult 5th drawer this way. As far as this tfou3alayhi is concerned, i wonder if there are still, in the 21th century, idiots who believe God sends people to hell, besides the moujahidin and the hariryyin

    • Hannibal

      5th look what you started ;)

      • 5thDrawer

        Hehehe .. sorry Hannibal. It was only one small question ….
        To answer your question above, us old guys, who wake and sleep illogically, have all the time in the world (and enough scotch) to put in 2 cents (or 4 ;-) when a Net can actually function. :-)
        I often hope the others are younger students …. learning something … but then, what %age of a population really reads this blog anyway?
        Ohh … sorry again. That was a depressing thought … ;-)

      • wargame1

        Iran “discreetly” provided humanitarian aid to Libyan rebels before the fall of Tripoli, Jam-e-Jam newspaper quoted Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi as saying.

        “We were in touch with many of the rebel groups in Libya before the fall of (Moamer) Kadhafi, and discreetly dispatched three or four food and medical consignments to Benghazi,” Salehi told the daily.

        “The head of the National Transitional Council (NTC), Mustafa Abdel Jalil, sent a letter of thanks to President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for having been on their side and helping,” he added.

        Iranian Foreign Minister Ali-Akbar Salehi spoke with N.T.C. Chairman Mustafa Abdul-Jalil over the phone on Tuesday (AUGUST 30, 2011), congratulating the rebels on their “victory over dictatorship.” He also invited Abdul-Jalil to Teheran on a state visit in order to “deepen bilateral ties.”

        So what does it suggest you , when you learn thing from the horses mouth dead brain stil doesnt respond

        • 5thDrawer

          Those things may have been ‘discreet’ at the time, but were not unnoticed.
          If ‘the people’ decide to replace one dictator (human) with another (theology) as ‘government’ of their country, they may not have much ‘help’ for their individual futures, of course. That some now attempt to break Libya into the 3 Pre-Gadaffi ‘fiefs of the clans’ simply shows how little a wider majority really learned under his despotism. But isn’t that more about ‘Acquisition of Property’ than living together??
          “You can lead a horse to water but you can’t make him drink.” An old saying which probably applies to camels too. :-) But don’t blame Hannibal for slower responses than you would get at the table in a pub … he’s probably contributing to taxes somewhere.
          Which is more important in some places than winding up theories which can change with the shifting of the wind – and depending, often, on how much lead falls from the sky.

  • Constantin7

    I wish this man was the head of HA. He is very reasonable, logical and wise, but of course he does not have the charisma of Hassan, and people generally fall for the charm of the politicians more than their substance.

    • AntiFSA01

      You never cease to amaze me Constantin.

    • Prophettttt

      Constantine7, He’s the one who advocated a “Muslim state” when He headed HA,and that was one of the reasons He was pushed out by Assad,and the Iranians had no choice. Don’t believe everything people say.He’s just bitter at the Syrians and the Iranians. Remember all the kidnapping in the eighties? Remember the Amal/HA war?
      He makes a good point that HA Should not loose its finest fighters in Syria,and I doubt that it is the case anyway.

      • AntiFSA01

        Being bitter is an understatement bro, He is spewing. I remember in the eights all the issues he caused in the south. He is lucky to be alive.

      • Constantin7

        Thanks Prophettt for the clarification. I don’t know this guy and his political past, but what he is saying in the baove article seems logical and fair to me.
        Then, as if politics on its own in Lebanon is not complicated enough, you add to it a religious dimension, then a sect dimension, then a regional dimension, then some “seasonning” of “Takiyya” at different degrees , then changing times and circumstances, you end up with ennemies in the past who becaome present allies, and vice versa….

        • Prophettttt

          You’ve just offered the best description of Lebanon and its politics,lol
          Nothing makes any sense anymore, not even sense itself.Ma Hada Beystehee .
          You notice how every former prime mister,who has miserably failed in his his job, criticizes the current PM,and promises all miracles.But When He return to the Post, He close his eyes and ears,and shut down his memory as well. The same goes for every elected or appointed official. They don’t know that no human has enough memory to keep track of his/her lies,but they do know that their followers would worship them regardless of how much they lie and deceive the public.
          Unique country,and Unique people in every sense of the word.
          As My friend geo says;yistofllu…. I’m sick and tired of them all.

          • Hannibal

            wulak kiif yistoflo? i am depending on your vote… Hannibal for President.
            i promise you this:
            All men in black back to the monasteries
            Secular everything
            Equal rights for women
            Equal employment rights for foreign nationals working in Lebanon
            A Palestinian/Lebanese ID / Passport for all Palestinian residents with full working permit
            initiate talks for Palestinian return to their homeland.

            That is my agenda…
            Now I wear my helmet and full metal jacket… he he

          • hariri assaoudi

            pfffffffffffffffffffffffffffttttt; just deflating

          • Prophettttt

            I won’t spoil your beautiful dreams.Take your helmet off because I’m not throwing rocks today.It is nice to have good dreams,lol.
            Your agenda sounds as good as Obama’s,and I would vote for you only if you admit that what happened to Tell Azaatar and Nabaa is as wrong as what happened to Damour,and that one wrong does not justify another .
            I still can’t forgive you for trying justify the ethnic cleansing of Tel Azzatar and Nabaa.
            Sorry bro,You should know me by now, I have to speak my mind ……Even to the admin.
            And I did give you a Big SOUTHERNER ARROW UP.LOL

          • Hannibal

            I never said it was not wrong. War is always ugly. I’ve been there and I saw the meaning of war. Let me summarize it for you: Simple really… dehumanize your fellow human then kill him. That is all what it is. Ugly in its core.
            Now militarily speaking I can tell you what the Christian militia leadership was thinking. The Palestinians and their allies cut off East Beirut from the rest of the country. They had to be defeated but NOT cleansed (as you say). Atrocities were committed and it is shameful and it will remain a black stain in our nation’s history. The worst of was Sabra and Chatila because it was unjustified. What is happening in Syria today is as ugly. We are going backward in every aspect of life. The world advances and we live in the past.

          • Zaatar

            Nice agenda, Hannibal. I’d vote for you for the right price ;)

          • Hannibal

            NOT FOR SALE! But I’d guarantee jobs for you and yours… :D

          • Zaatar

            HANNIBAL FOR PRESIDENT – Where do I sign?

          • Hannibal

            lol Where are you from Zaatar? BTW my favorite food is Zaatar.

    • hariri assaoudi

      I knew this guy 30 years ago and i can now say i gave him a good beat at AUB campus; he is just pure and concentrated rubbish; i regret to have “dirtied” my hands at that time which made me persona non grata in the black list of hizbollah :)

    • wargame1

      Its wrap up time for Hezbushaitan after their 30 years invasion of Lebanon. Sobhi Tufaili warned the consequence time and again but no one listen to him. Todays situation was impossible to imagine before the Syrian revolution began but Sobhi Tufaili could understand it long before. The Assad regime and Hezbushaitan underestimated the peoples power, they were over confident as Assads Army was under the Alawite command. Today the FSA starts attacking Hezbushaitan and this is not going to stop. Hezbushaian for its own survival need to face the FSA. The attack is coming in to Lebanon which is very easy to comprehend. Iran used to play by pulling string but it seems they have to physically involve in order to protect their interest. Thats the last option and Iran by doing this will not only loose influence on Iraq,Afghanistan and Lebanon but also Iran. The Majoosis regime of Iran will not survive very long.

  • Constantin7

    I wish this man was the head of HA. He is very reasonable, logical and wise, but of course he does not have the charisma of Hassan, and people generally fall for the charm of the politicians more than their substance.

    • AntiFSA01

      You never cease to amaze me Constantin.

  • Constantin7

    I wish this man was the head of HA. He is very reasonable, logical and wise, but of course he does not have the charisma of Hassan, and people generally fall for the charm of the politicians more than their substance.

    • AntiFSA01

      You never cease to amaze me Constantin.

    • Prophettttt

      Constantine7, He’s the one who advocated a “Muslim state” when He headed HA,and that was one of the reasons He was pushed out by Assad,and the Iranians had no choice. Don’t believe everything people say.He’s just bitter at the Syrians and the Iranians. Remember all the kidnapping in the eighties? Remember the Amal/HA war?
      He makes a good point that HA Should not loose its finest fighters in Syria,and I doubt that it is the case anyway.

      • AntiFSA01

        Being bitter is an understatement bro, He is spewing. I remember in the eights all the issues he caused in the south. He is lucky to be alive.

      • Constantin7

        Thanks Prophettt for the clarification. I don’t know this guy and his political past, but what he is saying in the baove article seems logical and fair to me.
        Then, as if politics on its own in Lebanon is not complicated enough, you add to it a religious dimension, then a sect dimension, then a regional dimension, then some “seasonning” of “Takiyya” at different degrees , then changing times and circumstances, you end up with ennemies in the past who becaome present allies, and vice versa….

        • Prophettttt

          You’ve just offered the best description of Lebanon and its politics,lol
          Nothing makes any sense anymore, not even sense itself.Ma Hada Beystehee .
          You notice how every former prime mister,who has miserably failed in his his job, criticizes the current PM,and promises all miracles.But When He return to the Post, He close his eyes and ears,and shut down his memory as well. The same goes for every elected or appointed official. They don’t know that no human has enough memory to keep track of his/her lies,but they do know that their followers would worship them regardless of how much they lie and device.
          Unique country,and Unique people in every sense of the word.
          As My friend geo says;yistofllu…. I’m sick and tired of them all.

          • Hannibal

            wulak kiif yistoflo? i am depending on your vote… Hannibal for President.
            i promise you this:
            All men in black back to the monasteries
            Secular everything
            Equal rights for women
            Equal employment rights for foreign nationals working in Lebanon
            A Palestinian/Lebanese ID / Passport for all Palestinian residents with full working permit
            initiate talks for Palestinian return to their homeland.

            That is my agenda…
            Now I wear my helmet and full metal jacket… he he

          • hariri assaoudi

            pfffffffffffffffffffffffffffttttt; just deflating

          • Prophettttt

            I won’t spoil your beautiful dreams.Take your helmet off because I’m throwing rocks today.It is nice to have good dreams,lol.
            Your agenda sounds as good as Obama’s,and I would vote for you only if you admit that what happened to Tell Azaatar and Nabaa is as wrong as what happened to Damour,and that neither one , massacre justified any of the others.
            I still can’t forgive you for trying justify the ethnic cleansing of Tel Azzatar and Nabaa.

          • Hannibal

            I never said said it was not wrong. War is always ugly. I’ve been there and I saw the meaning of war. Let me summarize it for you: Simple really… dehumanize your fellow human then kill him. That is all what it is. Ugly in its core.
            Now militarily speaking I can tell you what the Christian militia leadership was thinking. The Palestinians and their allies cut off East Beirut from the rest of the country. They had to be defeated but NOT cleansed (as you say). Atrocities were committed and it is shameful and it will remain a black stain in our nation’s history. The worst of was Sabra and Chatila because it was unjustified. What is happening in Syria today is as ugly. We are going backward in every aspect of life. The world advances and we live in the past.

          • Zaatar

            Nice agenda, Hannibal. I’d vote for you for the right price ;)

          • Hannibal

            NOT FOR SALE! But I’d guarantee jobs for you and yours… :D

          • Zaatar

            HANNIBAL FOR PRESIDENT – Where do I sign?

          • Hannibal

            lol Where are you from Zaatar? BTW my favorite food is Zaatar.

    • hariri assaoudi

      I knew this guy 30 years ago and i can now say i gave him a good beat at AUB campus; he is just pure and concentrated rubbish; i regret to have “dirtied” my hands at that time which made me persona non grata in the black list of hizbollah :)

    • wargame1

      Its wrap up time for Hezbushaitan after their 30 years invasion of Lebanon. Sobhi Tufaili warned the consequence time and again but no one listen to him. Todays situation was impossible to imagine before the Syrian revolution began but Sobhi Tufaili could understand it long before. The Assad regime and Hezbushaitan underestimated the peoples power, they were over confident as Assads Army was under the Alawite command. Today the FSA starts attacking Hezbushaitan and this is not going to stop. Hezbushaian for its own survival need to face the FSA. The attack is coming in to Lebanon which is very easy to comprehend. Iran used to play by pulling string but it seems they have to physically involve in order to protect their interest. Thats the last option and Iran by doing this will not only loose influence on Iraq,Afghanistan and Lebanon but also Iran. The Majoosis regime of Iran will not survive very long.

  • hariri assaoudi

    Extracts from the biography of this shikh tfou3alayhi; he is still under arrest warrant which unfortunately was never executed.

    “Following the decision of the military prosecutor to order the arrest of Sheikh Sobhi Tufaili and his supporters on charges of forming armed groups, endangering national security and killing soldiers and civilians, the army took control of Sheikh Tufaili’s house.” In February 1998 Lebanese troops surrounded a village looking for Tufaili after two days of clashes that left eight people dead.Tufaili and around 100 of his fighters were allowed to escape to his hometown of Britel when the head of Syrian military intelligence inBaalbeck, Col. Ali Safi, stepped in and forced advancing Lebanese army units to halt.

  • hariri assaoudi

    Extracts from the biography of this shikh tfou3alayhi; he is still under arrest warrant which unfortunately was never executed.

    “Following the decision of the military prosecutor to order the arrest of Sheikh Sobhi Tufaili and his supporters on charges of forming armed groups, endangering national security and killing soldiers and civilians, the army took control of Sheikh Tufaili’s house.” In February 1998 Lebanese troops surrounded a village looking for Tufaili after two days of clashes that left eight people dead.Tufaili and around 100 of his fighters were allowed to escape to his hometown of Britel when the head of Syrian military intelligence inBaalbeck, Col. Ali Safi, stepped in and forced advancing Lebanese army units to halt.

  • yazidi

    100% true …they all in hell (god will)

    • hariri assaoudi

      God, if God there is, does not and cannot send people to hell; this defeats the definition of God all good, doesnt it?

      • yazidi

        yes but not sending the devil to paradise

        • hariri assaoudi

          your salafi allah sees devils what their mitwali allah sees as angels; lets see which of the two allahs is right

  • yazidi

    100% true …they all in hell (god will)

    • hariri assaoudi

      God, if God there is, does not and cannot send people to hell; this defeats the definition of God all good, doesnt it?

      • yazidi

        yes but not sending the devil to paradise

        • hariri assaoudi

          your salafi allah sees devils what their mitwali allah sees as angels; lets see which of the two allahs is right

  • wargame1

    Sobhi Tufaili understands politics. What can you expect from the Syrian Mujaheddin after they kick bashar Al-Qada from power? They are going to take back Golan Height ,The Lebanese Mujaheddin will overthrow both hezbushaitan and its puppet government. The Iraqi and the Afghan Mujaheddin will overthrow the American/Irani puppet. In this process Jerusalem will fall in to the hands of the Mujaheddin. The three Israeli defense line is falling one after another …Assad is out going and hezbushaitan is next ,in the mean time America no longer can protect the shia puppet in Iraq and Afghanistan. This is going to be a dramatic fall for every puppet. Domino effect starts after the defeat of assad.

    • Moe28

      Wahhabi Al Qaeda touches Lebanon they will have to fight two army’s it will be the Lebanese armed forces and Hezbollah!!! Home territory is easily defended. Look what happened to the Zionist invasion of south Lebanon in 2006. And if you tell me that was a made up I will fly to the U.K and smack your Salafi conspiracy theorist a$$. Both my grandmothers houses where bombed in 2006 in the Shiyah Beirut with 25 of there neighbors women and children dead.

  • wargame1

    Sobhi Tufaili understands politics. What can you expect from the Syrian Mujaheddin after they kick bashar Al-Qada from power? They are going to take back Golan Height ,The Lebanese Mujaheddin will overthrow both hezbushaitan and its puppet government. The Iraqi and the Afghan Mujaheddin will overthrow the American/Irani puppet. In this process Jerusalem will fall in to the hands of the Mujaheddin. The three Israeli defense line is falling one after another …Assad is out going and hezbushaitan is next ,in the mean time America no longer can protect the shia puppet in Iraq and Afghanistan. This is going to be a dramatic fall for every puppet. Domino effect starts after the defeat of assad.

    • Moe28

      Wahhabi Al Qaeda touches Lebanon they will have to fight two army’s it will be the Lebanese armed forces and Hezbollah!!! Home territory is easily defended. Look what happened to the Zionist invasion of south Lebanon in 2006. And if you tell me that was a made up I will fly to to the U.K and smack you Salafi conspiracy theorist. Both my grandmothers houses where bombed in 2006 in the Shiyah Beirut with 25 of there neighbors women and children dead.

  • dateam

    March 5 has been set as the date for peace talks to open in Moscow between
    the Syrian opposition and the Assad regime, debkafile reveals here exclusively. Opposition leader Moaz
    al-Khatib is waiting to meet the Assad regime’s representative, possibly Foreign
    Minister Walid al-Moallem, in the Russian capital by the end of February to set
    up the talks. Bashar Assad has taken his resignation off the agenda and insists
    on reserving the option to run again for president in 2014. He is backed in this
    by President Vladimir Putin. And even the Syrian opposition appears to have
    tacitly bowed to this precondition – an admission that the rebel movement has
    reached its limit and Assad’s genocidal, no-holds-barred tactics have paid off.
    With all their acclaimed victories, rebel forces know that their desperate bid
    to conquer Damascus was repulsed by the Syrian army’s superior fire power and
    heavy armor. They were thrown back from the heart of Aleppo, Syria’s largest
    city. And they failed to gain control of Assad’s chemical arsenal. Ferocious
    fighting failed to bring the big Syrian Air Force bases into rebel hands. Now,
    most of the fighting opposition to the Assad regime is ready to negotiate terms
    for a ceasefire as the opening gambit for a political settlement. They face
    their enemy standing firm as the unvanquished ruler of Syria and
    commander-in-chief of its armed forces at the cost of Syria 80-100,000 Syrian
    lives and a ravaged country. In so doing, Assad has cemented the
    Tehran-Damascus-Hizballah alliance. Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s’s sphere of
    influence now stretches from the Persian Gulf up to the Mediterranean – his
    reward for the billion dollars worth of aid per month he poured into buttressing
    Assad. His other ally, Hassan Nasrallah, whose Hizballah operatives fought
    shoulder to shoulder with Syrian troops, emerges as the strongman of Lebanon.
    Russian President Vladimir Putin, Assad’s staunch backer in diplomacy, arms and
    moral support, congratulates himself for picking the winning side in Syria’s
    civil war and, moreover, frustrating US and NATO designs to remove the Syrian
    ruler from power. Those are the winners. And the losers are the United States,
    the Gulf emirates and Saudi Arabia, Israel and Turkey. Barack Obama’s vision of
    a democratic, liberal “Arab Spring” has collapsed. Al Qaeda is a ubiquitous
    presence as transitional governments struggle to their feet – or not – in
    Tunisia, Libya and Egypt. Israel finds a tighter than ever
    Syrian-Hizballah-Iranian noose closing around its borders as Tehran’s nuclear
    weapons program marches on. Turkey gambled heavily on bringing about Assad’s
    overthrow as the key to its bid for regional power– and missed….WHO TO BELIEVE AND THIS IS FROM A RIGHT WING ISRAELI PAPER????

    • hariri assaoudi

      wow, it took you 2 years to realise that usa your presumed ally does not want to kick assad out; usa just instigated your stupidity and salafi instincts to oust assad out; now you realise you lost on all fronts and you are negociating your defeat tail in between the legs; oops i forgot, this blog took a picture of a helicopter burned during vietnam war and showed it as a great achievement of the opposition militia band thus advancing the departure of assad; lol; no worried hannibal will come with a new idea on how to kick assad out in the next few hours

  • dateam

    March 5 has been set as the date for peace talks to open in Moscow between
    the Syrian opposition and the Assad regime, debkafile reveals here exclusively. Opposition leader Moaz
    al-Khatib is waiting to meet the Assad regime’s representative, possibly Foreign
    Minister Walid al-Moallem, in the Russian capital by the end of February to set
    up the talks. Bashar Assad has taken his resignation off the agenda and insists
    on reserving the option to run again for president in 2014. He is backed in this
    by President Vladimir Putin. And even the Syrian opposition appears to have
    tacitly bowed to this precondition – an admission that the rebel movement has
    reached its limit and Assad’s genocidal, no-holds-barred tactics have paid off.
    With all their acclaimed victories, rebel forces know that their desperate bid
    to conquer Damascus was repulsed by the Syrian army’s superior fire power and
    heavy armor. They were thrown back from the heart of Aleppo, Syria’s largest
    city. And they failed to gain control of Assad’s chemical arsenal. Ferocious
    fighting failed to bring the big Syrian Air Force bases into rebel hands. Now,
    most of the fighting opposition to the Assad regime is ready to negotiate terms
    for a ceasefire as the opening gambit for a political settlement. They face
    their enemy standing firm as the unvanquished ruler of Syria and
    commander-in-chief of its armed forces at the cost of Syria 80-100,000 Syrian
    lives and a ravaged country. In so doing, Assad has cemented the
    Tehran-Damascus-Hizballah alliance. Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s’s sphere of
    influence now stretches from the Persian Gulf up to the Mediterranean – his
    reward for the billion dollars worth of aid per month he poured into buttressing
    Assad. His other ally, Hassan Nasrallah, whose Hizballah operatives fought
    shoulder to shoulder with Syrian troops, emerges as the strongman of Lebanon.
    Russian President Vladimir Putin, Assad’s staunch backer in diplomacy, arms and
    moral support, congratulates himself for picking the winning side in Syria’s
    civil war and, moreover, frustrating US and NATO designs to remove the Syrian …WHO TO BELIEVE AND THIS IS FROM AN ISRAELI RIGHT WING PAPER?
    ruler from power. Those are the winners. And the losers are the United States,
    the Gulf emirates and Saudi Arabia, Israel and Turkey. Barack Obama’s vision of
    a democratic, liberal “Arab Spring” has collapsed. Al Qaeda is a ubiquitous
    presence as transitional governments struggle to their feet – or not – in
    Tunisia, Libya and Egypt. Israel finds a tighter than ever
    Syrian-Hizballah-Iranian noose closing around its borders as Tehran’s nuclear
    weapons program marches on. Turkey gambled heavily on bringing about Assad’s
    overthrow as the key to its bid for regional power– and missed.

    • hariri assaoudi

      wow, it took you 2 years to realise that usa your presumed ally does not want to kick assad out; usa just instigated your stupidity and salafi instincts to oust assad out; now you realise you lost on all fronts and you are negociating your defeat tail in between the legs; oops i forgot, this blog took a picture of a helicopter burned during vietnam war and showed it as a great achievement of the opposition militia band thus advancing the departure of assad; lol; no worried hannibal will come with a new idea on how to kick assad out in the next few hours

  • Hannibal

    I am really confused… Does anyone here have a regular earning job? Are you on unemployment? Do you stand in line for food stamps? I mean where do you find the time to write all that conjectural bullshit?
    Specially for Wargame… Really? America protecting Iran? America is financing and protecting Wahhabi Islamism in the world so stop hiding behind your finger because you are ashamed of countries like Saudi Arabia and all other Arab states who never lifted a finger to help the Palestinian cause. Your fixation on Shia is pathetically pathological.

    If you are a Lebanese understand that… All the sects of Lebanon will remain and the only formula that works is a civil driven secular (REAL SECULAR and NOT ALAWI SECULAR) government by all the people for ALL the people no matter what religion or non-religion you follow.

    Post Script: … and dateam just proved my first paragraph… What a thesis… he he

    • hariri assaoudi

      years ago a psychology test was performed; poor and rich children were asked to draw a 5 cents coin; poor children used most of the page while rich children drew the 5 cent coin barely bigger than a point; did you endure unemployment for years? did you just get a job in cleaning business or as a clerck? office boy? i undesrtand these are difficult days but your relation with the hariri connection should sort out your hard times

      • 5thDrawer

        And you are saying that ‘thrift’ is endemic to the rich? Only?

        • hariri assaoudi

          i was telling him/her that a chronically unemployed like him would make a fiesta when he gets a job of office boy; thats why he was bragging it by demeaning those who write in this blog calling them arrogantly unemployed; a child of a poor will draw a circle of 30 inch diameter whereas a cxhild of a rich will draw the same coin in much smaller dimensions

          • Hannibal

            You are purely noise in here…. not even background static for that matter…

          • hariri assaoudi

            coming from an illetrate i take it as elogious

          • 5thDrawer

            “elogious” …. I wish you would stop inventing words …. but you were close on ‘illiterate’.
            I only mention because you lose all credibility even if you have some points. Like when a pot calls a kettle ‘black’ – and the kitchen utensils have a chuckle.

          • Hannibal

            He is transliterating from French and failing miserably. The French word is “élogieux” which translates as “laudatory” in English or simply put “Expressing praise and commendation”.

            Sadly I am the illiterate… Mr. Noise is a graduate from Sa3a3 university. He is eloquent, accomplished, blatant but subtle… That will keep him busy for sometime looking up the meaning of his qualities… he he

          • 5thDrawer

            Thanks Hannibal :-) I wouldn’t take shots at anyone’s ‘English’ in a blog-site – after all we are not all equal and can’t be expected to be. Hard enough for me reading some of the ‘grammar’ in the ‘news items’ which became much worse in the computer-age. I take it as it comes – although translating Dab can be a challenge ;-) – UNTIL they begin to dump on someone else’s comment-language with even worse usage. Voila. !!
            (Graduate ? Really? I shouldn’t tell him I have no ‘paper’. ;-)

          • hariri assaoudi

            why are you eulogious? oops sorry i forgot you were atheist and never heard of saint Eulogius! as far as the wannabe atheist ignoramus hannibalus i bet he never heard the word eulogy; wow google plus

          • Hannibal

            You know when you were banned kenna kelna mertee7iin men kharafak.

          • hariri assaoudi

            why are you inventing lies about me? go back to aoun blog and stay there, be a man; what does kenna kilna mertee7iin men kharabisharafak mean?

          • Hannibal

            noise

          • hariri assaoudi

            music can be noise to some; some music could be very noisy; some noise could be not understandable to some species and even not hearable to other species; some nice poetic words could be disturbingly noisy to some while others can appreciate striding noises; i hope i did not complicate too much your simplistic nature

          • hariri assaoudi

            you need to learn to behave in a blog, not just attack people; i understand its difficult for you since you got no principles; hariri, aoun; aoun, hariri……how can you conciliate both of these; you should be a professional dejjal

          • Hannibal

            I wonder who started the attacks… Darabne wu shtaka…

          • hariri assaoudi

            even your lebanese seems too heavy; darabni wbaka, saba’ni wishtaka; are you sure you are not palestinian? say bandora; i heard you were going to receive some palestinian refugees at home!!!is saoudi arabia going to pay you a lot for this humanitarian deed? how many refugees are you accepting at home? 5? 10? more!!!

          • Hannibal

            Noise….

          • hariri assaoudi

            hello mr aouni undercover; i liked when you told them in aouns blog how you make fun of the hariri stupid bloggers on this blog and how futed you are in infiltrating them; :) i told them you say same here…..lol; am glad though i forced you to change your hannibal nick on tayyar blog….see my friend, 7abl al kizb assir; lol like skikh al assir; you can lie to part of the people sometime but you cant lie to everybody all the time; i hope that was a good lesson for you in the future

          • Hannibal

            Listen here Mr. Stalker… I have no idea what you are blabbing about. I have never been on any other Lebanese blog but this one… You want to make up stories go ahead and if you are sincere that I have been on another blog then go check your head for schizophrenia.
            I am neither a supporter of Hariri nor of Aoun nor any day of any month. I am not an atheist but areligious. I have been out of Lebanon for more than 30 years. I am neither with you nor against you. Some want to see Hezbollah defeated I don’t but I want them integrated within my Lebanese society. I want every party every sect every man woman and child on my land to have equal opportunity and live in peace and in dignity.
            If you will remain fixated on me after all that manifesto I just dictated to you then you are a woman and you want to sleep with me. Then please find another as I am happily married. :P

          • 5thDrawer

            Rather than the eulogy, I thought you were writing an elegy, but now realize the basic problem is an elision when attempting to elucidate, and elementary failure to enlighten is endemic by the missing elemental letters and the emetic emotives are thus an enigma.
            Surely, we cannot know ALL the saints … :-)

          • hariri assaoudi

            Logorrhea seems a kind of pandemia in this blog and since emesis implies regurgitation of ingurgitated material the best antiemetic would be a pill in the form of a pessary or suppository

          • 5thDrawer

            hehehehehe .. ok … that was fun. And better than the crap the story at top began with.
            (although ‘ingurgitated’ seems a little off … hmmm … I would have picked ingested ;-)
            I’m tired of scrolling through this one anyway. Cheers :-)

          • Hannibal

            HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

          • daibers

            tank yu mr yu goood mr yu speaked goood englize mr me no goood englize mr

          • 5thDrawer

            Yours IS improving Dab. We do notice … thumbs up. :-)
            Improvement is all we can ask. Even of ourselves.

          • Hannibal

            Wow he lives… Welcome back daiber daby doo.

          • hariri assaoudi

            wow, you really surprised me with your trans-litteration or litter-ating; a aoun supporter nurtured by hariri funds; hhhhhhhhhhh you are indeed not the illterate, you are pure and concentrated litter-ate; my apologies
            i would just say trans sexual

          • 5thDrawer

            chuckle …

          • hariri assaoudi

            maybe he is just ill no iterate in it

          • Hannibal

            more chuckle…

        • hariri assaoudi

          actually i do not trust this guy who claims to be a manny man and hyper lebanese christian; he reminds me that story in one of the movies where the general was scolding the soldier saying to him: “On my honour i will…..” and the soldier replied: Yes my general, we brag what we lack most” This is the situation of hannibal; i saw him on aouns blogs licking asses and on hariris blogs licking asses too always claiming his manly characters

          • Hannibal

            noise… background noise…

    • wargame1

      In 1936, six Alawi notables sent a memorandum to Leon Blum, head of France’s Popular Front government, expressing their loyalty to France and their concern at negotiations leading to independence in a parliamentary system dominated by the Sunni majority. Among those Six Alawite Notables One of the signatories to this document was Sulayman Al Assad a minor chief of the Kalbya Klan (Banu Kalb or Kalb tribe) the Grand father of Bashar Al Assad.

      The Memorandum includes the following points

      “# The Alawite people who have preserved their independence year after year with great zeal and sacrifice are different from the Sunni Muslims They were never subject to the authority of the cities of the interior

      #The Alawites refuse to be annexed to Muslim Syria because in Syria the official religion of the state is Islam and according to Islam the Alawites are considered infidels

      #The granting of Independence to Syria constitutes a good example of of the socialist principles in Syria. (but) as to the presence of a parliament and a constitutional government that does not represent individual freedom. This parliamentary rule is no more than a false appearance without any value. In truth it covers up a regime dominated by religious fanaticism against the minorities. Do French Leaders want the Muslims to have control over the Alawite people in order to throw them into misery?

      #We can sense today how the Muslims in Damascus force the Jews who live among them to sign a document pledging that they will not send provisions to their ill fated brethren in Palestine. The condition of the Jews in Palestine is the strongest and the most explicit evidence of the Islamic militancy of the Islamic issue vis a vis those who do not belong to Islam. These good Jews contributed to the Arabs with civilization and peace ,Scattered gold and established prosperity in Palestine without harming anyone or taking anything by force yet the Muslims declare Holy War against them and never hesitated in slaughtering their woman and children despite the presence of England in Palestine and France in Syria . Therefore a dark fate awaits the Jews and other minorities in case the mandate is abolished and Muslim Syria is united with Muslim Palestine . The ultimate goal of the Muslim Arabs”

      • 5thDrawer

        Do you think that in 1936, the Arabs and the Alawis might have noticed that the French and English were not exactly kissing cousins? ;-)
        Even with an ‘evolution’ of thought after two WW’s there is a certain ‘distancing’, n’est ce pas? L’aviance VS the stiff upper lip. 2 ‘cultures’ – even with blended monarchies. BUT they learned to live together for the general good of ALL their people … AND defend together a concept of democracy and freedom hard-won against Kings centuries before.
        And again in 1918 …. in 1939 ….

    • wargame1

      Iran’s ex vice president Muhammad Ali Abtahi said: “This was Iran’s first major effort to help the United States to topple the Taliban in Afghanistan and AlQaeda, this would have been impossible without Iran’s help ”

      Iranian Ex President Muhammad Khatami said:

      “The Taliban was our enemy , America thought Taliban was their enemy too! If they toppled the Taliban it would serve the interest of Iran”

      Then the alliance targets Iraq !!This time Iranian Ex president Muhammad Khatami said, ” I told him, Lets repeat Afghanistan experience in Iraq!”

      Do you understand English hany? If yes then read it and memorize it so I do not have to educate you the basic politics

    • IraniAngel

      !!!!ای لااااااااااااااییییییییک

      • Hannibal

        Another noisy stalker… You and hariri assaoudi must hook up… You really make a good match.

        • IraniAngel

          paranoia: the irrational feeling that every one is after you

  • Hannibal

    I am really confused… Does anyone here have a regular earning job? Are you on unemployment? Do you stand in line for food stamps? I mean where do you find the time to write all that conjectural bullshit?
    Specially for Wargame… Really? America protecting Iran? America is financing and protecting Wahhabi Islamism in the world so stop hiding behind your finger because you are ashamed of countries like Saudi Arabia and all other Arab states who never lifted a finger to help the Palestinian cause. Your fixation on Shia is pathetically pathological.

    If you are a Lebanese understand that… All the sects of Lebanon will remain and the only formula that works is a civil driven secular (REAL SECULAR and NOT ALAWI SECULAR) government by all the people for ALL the people no matter what religion or non-religion you follow.

    • hariri assaoudi

      years ago a psychology test was performed; poor and rich children were asked to draw a 5 cents coin; poor children used most of the page while rich children drew the 5 cent coin barely bigger than a point; did you endure unemployment for years? did you just get a job in cleaning business or as a clerck? office boy? i undesrtand these are difficult days but your relation with the hariri connection should sort out your hard times

      • 5thDrawer

        And you are saying that ‘thrift’ is endemic to the rich? Only?

        • hariri assaoudi

          i was telling him/her that a chronically unemployed like him would make a fiesta when he gets a job of office boy; thats why he was bragging it by demeaning those who write in this blog calling them arrogantly unemployed; a child of a poor will draw a circle of 30 inch diameter whereas a cxhild of a rich will draw the same coin in much smaller dimensions

          • Hannibal

            You are purely noise in here…. not even background static for that matter…

          • hariri assaoudi

            coming from an illetrate i take it as elogious

          • 5thDrawer

            “elogious” …. I wish you would stop inventing words …. but you were close on ‘illiterate’.

          • Hannibal

            He is transliterating from French and failing miserably. The French word is “élogieux” which translates as “laudatory” in English or simply put “Expressing praise and commendation”.

            Sadly I am the illiterate… Mr. Noise is a graduate from Sa3a3 university. He is eloquent, accomplished, blatant but subtle… That will keep him busy for sometime looking up the meaning of his qualities… he he

          • 5thDrawer

            Thanks Hannibal :-) I wouldn’t take shots at anyone’s ‘English’ in a blog-site – after all we are not all equal and can’t be expected to be. Hard enough for me reading some of the ‘grammar’ in the ‘news items’ which became much worse in the computer-age. I take it as it comes – although translating Dab can be a challenge ;-) – UNTIL they begin to dump on someone else’s comment-language with even worse usage. Voila. !!

          • hariri assaoudi

            why are you eulogious? oops sorry i forgot you were atheist and never heard of saint Eulogius! as far as the wannabe atheist ignoramus hannibalus i bet he never heard the word eulogy; wow google plus

          • Hannibal

            You know when you were banned kenna kelna mertee7iin men kharafak.

          • hariri assaoudi

            why are you inventing lies about me? go back to aoun blog and stay there, be a man; what does kenna kilna mertee7iin men kharabisharafak mean?

          • Hannibal

            noise

          • hariri assaoudi

            music can be noise to some; some music could be very noisy; some noise could be not understandable to some species and even not hearable to other species; some nice poetic words could be disturbingly noisy to some while others can appreciate striding noises; i hope i did not complicate too much your simplistic nature

          • hariri assaoudi

            you need to learn to behave in a blog, not just attack people; i understand its difficult for you since you got no principles; hariri, aoun; aoun, hariri……how can you conciliate both of these; you should be a professional dejjal

          • Hannibal

            I wonder who started the attacks… Darabne wu shtaka…

          • hariri assaoudi

            even your lebanese seems too heavy; darabni wbaka, saba’ni wishtaka; are you sure you are not palestinian? say bandora; i heard you were going to receive some palestinian refugees at home!!!is saoudi arabia going to pay you a lot for this humanitarian deed? how many refugees are you accepting at home? 5? 10? more!!!

          • Hannibal

            As many as your mother is accepting between her legs…. Now stop the fixation with me and ruu7 cheflak chi ayr ta tel3ab fii.

          • hariri assaoudi

            hello mr aouni undercover; i liked when you told them in aouns blog how you make fun of the hariri stupid bloggers on this blog and how futed you are in infiltrating them; :) i told them you say same here…..lol; am glad though i forced you to change your hannibal nick on tayyar blog….see my friend, 7abl al kizb assir; lol like skikh al assir; you can lie to part of the people sometime but you cant lie to everybody all the time; i hope that was a good lesson for you in the future

          • Hannibal

            Listen here Mr. Stalker… I have no idea what you are blabbing about. I have never been on any other Lebanese blog but this one… You want to make up stories go ahead and if you are sincere that I have been on another blog then go check your head for schizophrenia.
            I am neither a supporter of Hariri nor of Aoun nor any day of any month. I am not an atheist but areligious. I have been out of Lebanon for more than 30 years. I am neither with you nor against you. Some want to see Hezbollah defeated I don’t but I want them integrated within my Lebanese society. I want every party every sect every man woman and child on my land to have equal opportunity and live in peace and in dignity.
            If you will remain fixated on me after all that manifesto I just dictated to you then you are a woman and you want to sleep with me. Then please find another as I am happily married. :P

          • 5thDrawer

            Rather than the eulogy, I thought you were writing an elegy, but now realize the basic problem is an elision when attempting to elucidate, and elementarily failure to enlighten is endemic by the missing elemental letters and the emetic emotives are thus an enigma.
            Surely, we cannot know ALL the saints … :-)

          • hariri assaoudi

            Logorrhea seems a kind of pandemia in this blog and since emesis implies regurgitation of ingurgitated material the best antiemetic would be a pill in the form of a pessary or suppository

          • 5thDrawer

            hehehehehe .. ok … that was fun. And better than the crap the story at top began with.
            (although ‘ingurgitated’ seems a little off … hmmm … I would have picked ingested ;-)
            I’m tired of scrolling through this one anyway. Cheers :-)

          • Hannibal

            HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

          • daibers

            tank yu mr yu goood mr yu speaked goood englize mr me no goood englize mr

          • 5thDrawer

            Yours IS improving Dab. We do notice … thumbs up. :-)

          • Hannibal

            Wow he lives… Welcome back daiber daby doo.

          • hariri assaoudi

            wow, you really surprised me with your trans-litteration or litter-ating; a aoun supporter nurtured by hariri funds; hhhhhhhhhhh you are indeed not the illterate, you are pure and concentrated litter-ate; my apologies

          • 5thDrawer

            chuckle …

          • hariri assaoudi

            maybe he is just ill no terrate in it

          • Hannibal

            more chuckle…

        • hariri assaoudi

          actually i do not trust this guy who claims to be a manny man and hyper lebanese christian; he reminds me that story in one of the movies where the general was scolding the soldier saying to him: “On my honour i will…..” and the soldier replied: Yes my general, we brag what we lack most” This is the situation of hannibal; i saw him on aouns blogs licking asses and on hariris blogs licking asses too always claiming his manly characters

          • Hannibal

            noise… background noise…

    • wargame1

      In 1936, six Alawi notables sent a memorandum to Leon Blum, head of France’s Popular Front government, expressing their loyalty to France and their concern at negotiations leading to independence in a parliamentary system dominated by the Sunni majority. Among those Six Alawite Notables One of the signatories to this document was Sulayman Al Assad a minor chief of the Kalbya Klan (Banu Kalb or Kalb tribe) the Grand father of Bashar Al Assad.

      The Memorandum includes the following points

      “# The Alawite people who have preserved their independence year after year with great zeal and sacrifice are different from the Sunni Muslims They were never subject to the authority of the cities of the interior

      #The Alawites refuse to be annexed to Muslim Syria because in Syria the official religion of the state is Islam and according to Islam the Alawites are considered infidels

      #The granting of Independence to Syria constitutes a good example of of the socialist principles in Syria. (but) as to the presence of a parliament and a constitutional government that does not represent individual freedom. This parliamentary rule is no more than a false appearance without any value. In truth it covers up a regime dominated by religious fanaticism against the minorities. Do French Leaders want the Muslims to have control over the Alawite people in order to throw them into misery?

      #We can sense today how the Muslims in Damascus force the Jews who live among them to sign a document pledging that they will not send provisions to their ill fated brethren in Palestine. The condition of the Jews in Palestine is the strongest and the most explicit evidence of the Islamic militancy of the Islamic issue vis a vis those who do not belong to Islam. These good Jews contributed to the Arabs with civilization and peace ,Scattered gold and established prosperity in Palestine without harming anyone or taking anything by force yet the Muslims declare Holy War against them and never hesitated in slaughtering their woman and children despite the presence of England in Palestine and France in Syria . Therefore a dark fate awaits the Jews and other minorities in case the mandate is abolished and Muslim Syria is united with Muslim Palestine . The ultimate goal of the Muslim Arabs”

      • 5thDrawer

        Do you think that in 1936, the Arabs and the Alawis might have noticed that the French and English were not exactly kissing cousins? ;-)

    • wargame1

      Iran’s ex vice president Muhammad Ali Abtahi said: “This was Iran’s first major effort to help the United States to topple the Taliban in Afghanistan and AlQaeda, this would have been impossible without Iran’s help ”

      Iranian Ex President Muhammad Khatami said:

      “The Taliban was our enemy , America thought Taliban was their enemy too! If they toppled the Taliban it would serve the interest of Iran”

      Then the alliance targets Iraq !!This time Iranian Ex president Muhammad Khatami said, ” I told him, Lets repeat Afghanistan experience in Iraq!”

      Do you understand English hany? If yes then read it and memorize it so I do not have to educate you the basic politics

    • IraniAngel

      !!!!ای لااااااااااااااییییییییک

      • Hannibal

        Another noisy stalker… You and hariri assaoudi must hook up… You real make a good match.

        • IraniAngel

          paranoia: the irrational feeling that every one is after you

  • wargame1

    Hannibal

    On 25 Feb 2011, ten days after the NATO-backed “rebels” started their terrorism, Hassan Nasrallah released a statement on Hezbollah’s Al Manar TV channel saying, “Anyone with honor and consciousness in this world cannot, and should not, keep silent on the massacres the Gaddafi regime is committing across the country on a daily basis, namely in Benghazi. Hezbollah expresses support to the revolutionists in Libya, and we pray that they will triumph over this arrogant tyrant.”

    Now do you see a clear connection with the Shias of Iran,Hezbushaitan with USA NATO and Russia too. These parasites survives with the aid of the foreign power. Do not try to sell those snake oil to me rather watch how the Mujaheddin wipe out the Israeli stooge out of this region

  • wargame1

    Hannibal

    On 25 Feb 2011, ten days after the NATO-backed “rebels” started their terrorism, Hassan Nasrallah released a statement on Hezbollah’s Al Manar TV channel saying, “Anyone with honor and consciousness in this world cannot, and should not, keep silent on the massacres the Gaddafi regime is committing across the country on a daily basis, namely in Benghazi. Hezbollah expresses support to the revolutionists in Libya, and we pray that they will triumph over this arrogant tyrant.”

    Now do you see a clear connection with the Shias of Iran,Hezbushaitan with USA NATO and Russia too. These parasites survives with the aid of the foreign power. Do not try to sell those snake oil to me rather watch how the Mujaheddin wipe out the Israeli stooge out of this region

  • wargame1

    5thDrawer
    Please read the last paragraph of that Alawite Memorandum sign by the GrumPa of Bashar Al Qaeda and today these Zionist stooge supposedly wipe out Israel!!! What a Joke

    “We can sense today how the Muslims in Damascus force the Jews who live among them to sign a document pledging that they will not send provisions to their ill fated brethren in Palestine. The condition of the Jews in Palestine is the strongest and the most explicit evidence of the Islamic militancy of the Islamic issue vis a vis those who do not belong to Islam. These good Jews contributed to the Arabs with civilization and peace ,Scattered gold and established prosperity in Palestine without harming anyone or taking anything by force yet the Muslims declare Holy War against them and never hesitated in slaughtering their woman and children despite the presence of England in Palestine and France in Syria . Therefore a dark fate awaits the Jews and other minorities in case the mandate is abolished and Muslim Syria is united with Muslim Palestine . The ultimate goal of the Muslim Arabs”

    • 5thDrawer

      There was a ‘Great White Hope’ that Bashar would allow civil society after the old crack-pot moved on. ‘Secular’, however, did not come across well when the old ‘family values’ still applied.
      When a ‘ruler’ believes it’s a god-given right to own everything, we see Syria now. But there are ‘others’ who covet the land … as they do with Lebanon. Voila.
      You can’t build something on ‘hope’, when ‘laws of man’ are not made for all people.

  • wargame1

    5thDrawer
    Please read the last paragraph of that Alawite Memorandum sign by the GrumPa of Bashar Al Qaeda and today these Zionist stooge supposedly wipe out Israel!!! What a Joke

    “We can sense today how the Muslims in Damascus force the Jews who live among them to sign a document pledging that they will not send provisions to their ill fated brethren in Palestine. The condition of the Jews in Palestine is the strongest and the most explicit evidence of the Islamic militancy of the Islamic issue vis a vis those who do not belong to Islam. These good Jews contributed to the Arabs with civilization and peace ,Scattered gold and established prosperity in Palestine without harming anyone or taking anything by force yet the Muslims declare Holy War against them and never hesitated in slaughtering their woman and children despite the presence of England in Palestine and France in Syria . Therefore a dark fate awaits the Jews and other minorities in case the mandate is abolished and Muslim Syria is united with Muslim Palestine . The ultimate goal of the Muslim Arabs”

    • 5thDrawer

      There was a ‘Great White Hope’ that Bashar would allow civil society after the old crack-pot moved on. ‘Secular’, however, did not come across well when the old ‘family values’ still applied.
      When a ‘ruler’ believes it’s a god-given right to own everything, we see Syria now. But there are ‘others’ who covet the land … as they do with Lebanon. Voila.
      You can’t build something on ‘hope’, when ‘laws of man’ are not made for all people.

  • libnan1

    Who is this dude? I never heard of him, he must be on Hariri’s payroll.

  • libnan1

    Who is this dude? I never heard of him, he must be on Hariri’s payroll.

  • wargame1

    Hannibal

    Shia’s 12 Imam will be an Anti-Arab bigot who will massacre the Arabs according to Shia holy book

    The following is some of what Shia books say their 12 imam will supposedly massacres of the Arabs:“There will be nothing left between us and the Arabs, except slaughter.” (Baqir Al-Majlisi, Bihar Al-Anwar, Vol. 52, p. 349 and Al-Numani, Al-Ghaiba, p. 155)

    “Al-Muntazar (the Awaited One, meaning Shia’s Mahdi) will walk amongst the Arabs and kill them.” (Baqir Al-Majlisi, Bihar al-Anwar, Vol. 52, p. 318)

    These are not prophesy as they dont have any source to prove it from which prophet they got BUT This is what they have been preaching for centuries now you should tell me what are they up to in Palestine

    • Moe28

      Where did you get your crap from?

      • Hannibal

        Everybody is waiting for somebody… But Nobody’s coming… lol

      • AntiFSA01

        See Moe, I knew it bro, you don’t understand the language of dopey so please don’t try and comprehend what Wargame is saying. After all he does have a masters in this language.

  • wargame1

    Hannibal

    Shia’s 12 Imam will be an Anti-Arab bigot who will massacre the Arabs according to Shia holy book

    The following is some of what Shia books say their 12 imam will supposedly massacres of the Arabs:“There will be nothing left between us and the Arabs, except slaughter.” (Baqir Al-Majlisi, Bihar Al-Anwar, Vol. 52, p. 349 and Al-Numani, Al-Ghaiba, p. 155)

    “Al-Muntazar (the Awaited One, meaning Shia’s Mahdi) will walk amongst the Arabs and kill them.” (Baqir Al-Majlisi, Bihar al-Anwar, Vol. 52, p. 318)

    These are not prophesy as they dont have any source to prove it from which prophet they got BUT This is what they have been preaching for centuries now you should tell me what are they up to in Palestine

    • Moe28

      Where did you get your crap from?

      • Hannibal

        Everybody is waiting for somebody… But Nobody’s coming… lol

      • AntiFSA01

        See Moe, I knew it bro, you don’t understand the language of dopey so please don’t try and comprehend what Wargame is saying. After all he does have a masters in this language.

    • IraniAngel

      listen up buddy. no one is as much anti-assrab as the assrabs themselves. and as much as we iraniAngels want to we wont bother start massacring assrabs. you are doing one hell of a job on your own.
      we iraniangels and not even the religous iraniangels care about what assrabs like you may think of us because of religous differences. if you truely are an assrab and care about all assrabs i will advice you to stop hate-preaching against shias. the only result you will archieve is to divide the sunni and shia assrabs even further!! if you go on doing this we are back to square one: assrabs are the biggest and greatest enemy of themselves.

      • wargame1

        It is call exposing the AlMajoos the enemy of the mankind. The Sunnis are 93% world wide and your cult Shia along with sufi,ismaeli alawite ,kadiani etc are 7% combined. Dont tell me what to do Khabish

        • IraniAngel

          i dont f…u….c…k..i…n….g care how many you are you miserable assrab! does this term sound familiar to you: LESS IS MORE???? we the iraniangels are 4.6 % of the muslim world, and yet we are more superior and competent than the rest 95.4 % combined! the assrab world is surviving thanks to IranAngel! palestine, lebanon, iraq and syria wouldnt last a day without iraniAngel foreign aid! on top of that iraniAngel businessmen run the show in PERSIAN assrab gulf countries and without iraniAngel businessmen they would be as f…u…c…k…e…d up as the rest of the assrab world!

          And yeah you bet it is PERSIAN gulf. arab gulf is what you find between your mom’s legs!!! However the two gulfs are equally crowded!!!!

  • Patience2

    Where else do you expect dogsxxt TO go?

  • Patience2

    Where else do you expect dogsxxt TO go?

  • Moe28

    Someone needs to shut this fools mouth up, He licks Saudi Israeli balls.

  • Moe28

    Someone needs to shut this fools mouth up, He licks Saudi Israeli balls.

  • Btru2u

    All talk no action.

  • Btru2u

    All talk no action.

  • Btru2u

    Hezbollah is responsible for every Shiite killed in Syria ” adding ” those Hezbollah fighters who are killing children and terrorizing people and destroying houses in Syria ” will go to hell, and can not be considered as martyrs.. When Asshead started killing and torturing unarmed protesters including women and children. He forfeited his right to negotiate or have rigged elections. And hezbollah is now joining him.Truly they have lost the plot. By God The world will see it’s shame in this life and the next.

  • Btru2u

    Hezbollah is responsible for every Shiite killed in Syria ” adding ” those Hezbollah fighters who are killing children and terrorizing people and destroying houses in Syria ” will go to hell, and can not be considered as martyrs.. When Asshead started killing and torturing unarmed protesters including women and children. He forfeited his right to negotiate or have rigged elections. And hezbollah is now joining him.Truly they have lost the plot. By God The world will see it’s shame in this life and the next.

  • IraniAngel

    why are two of my comments in this thread removed and deleted??? i admit that i used foolish language, but come one… stupidity of a certain member of this site must be met with the exact same amount of stupidity

    • 5thDrawer

      Maybe this ‘thread’ was getting too long? :-)
      Perhaps it depends on the ‘words’ used … sometimes we are not sure … ask Prohetttttttttt ;-)

      • IraniAngel

        i will ask him

  • IraniAngel

    Why is two of my comments to this wargame removed and deleted??? i admit that i used foolish language, but come one… stupidity of a certain member of this site must be met with the exact same amount of stupidity

    • 5thDrawer

      Maybe this ‘thread’ was getting too long? :-)
      Perhaps it depends on the ‘words’ used … sometimes we are not sure … ask Prohetttttttttt ;-)

      • IraniAngel

        i will ask him

  • Peaceforall1998

    Fsa are a group of terrorusts that will end up in hell.

    • Sassan

      You are a Shiite Khomeini sucking parasite. Shiites like you are the biggest vermin on Earth.

      • Peaceforall1998

        No, idiotic people like you is what’s wrong with the world, take your meds next time before u get online.

  • Peaceforall1998

    No, idiotic people like you is what’s wrong with the world, take your meds next time before u get online.

  • Sassan

    Hizbollah is a threat to humanity and is involved in terror worldwide. Hizbollah with its Islamic Republic occupying masters have been responsible for the deaths of more Americans than even Al Qaeda. We need to liberate Syria, Lebanon, and Iran from the tyrants and terrorists that have ruined these three nations.

    • Moe28

      Go lick your Zionists masters ballz they have 200 nuclear bombs threatening a billion people in the middle east vicinity.

  • Sassan

    Hizbollah is a threat to humanity and is involved in terror worldwide. Hizbollah with its Islamic Republic occupying masters have been responsible for the deaths of more Americans than even Al Qaeda. We need to liberate Syria, Lebanon, and Iran from the tyrants and terrorists that have ruined these three nations.

    • Moe28

      Go lick your Zionists masters ballz they have 200 nuclear bombs threatening a billion people in the middle east vicinity.

  • A Logical Response

    GOD BLESS SHEIKH TUFAYLI.

    • 5thDrawer

      I doubt it. Not very logical. You are 2 months and few battles late. ;-)

      • A Logical Response

        Nope.

  • A Logical Response

    GOD BLESS SHEIKH TUFAYLI.

    • 5thDrawer

      I doubt it. Not very logical. You are 2 months and few battles late. ;-)

      • A Logical Response

        Nope.

  • wargame1

    It is call exposing the AlMajoos the enemy of the mankind. The Sunnis are 93% world wide and your cult Shia along with sufi,ismaeli alawite ,kadiani etc are 7% combined. Dont tell me what to do Khabish