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Al Qaeda threaten to set Beirut on fire over Hezbollah fighters in Syria

Iraq Abu-Sulaiman - qaedaThe al-Qaeda affiliated Al Nusra Front on Wednesday warned Lebanese President Michel Suleiman to withdraw Hezbollah forces from Syria or Beirut will be attacked.

“He must take immediate measures to prevent Hezbollah interference in the internal affairs of Syria, or Beirut will be set on fire within the next 24 hours”, the extremist group said in a communique published on jihadist websites.

An ally of Iran and of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, Hezbollah is a Lebanese Shiite political party and militant group. While Lebanese Shiite leader Hasan Nasrallah has admitted to its presence in Syria, Hezbollah has stated that its militias are stationed in the Homs region “to protect Lebanese citizens in the border area”.

Hezbollah in recent weeks has stepped up its presence in Qusayr, south-west of Homs, where it has been clashing with anti-Assad rebels.

Also on Wednesday, Iranian Foreign Policy and National Security Committee Chairman Alaeddin Boroujerdi warned Israel not to repeat its January intervention in Syria, when it bombed a suspected shipment of Russian-made antiaircraft missiles destined for Hezbollah.

“We are certain the Zionist regime will not act in the region again, but should it do so, the war will not be limited to Syria alone”, FARS semi-official news agency quoted Boroujerdi as saying. Israel yesterday for the first time accused Assad of using chemical weapons, including the lethal nerve gas Sarin, against insurgents. This came as US Secretary of State John Kerry told NATO contingency plans should be put in place against the threat of a chemical strike. “We must carefully and collectively consider how NATO is prepared to respond to protect its members from a Syrian threat, including any potential chemical weapons threat”, Kerry told NATO foreign ministers yesterday in Brussels.

ANSA

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  • Btru2u

    I wonder who the west would support in this fight. I think hey would prefer Hezbollah, because they are further away from establishing a khilafah.

    • Patience2

      Maybe the hezbians and AQ might hold each other in check?? You know, a sort of a balance? You know, use each other up?

  • Btru2u

    I wonder who the west would support in this fight. I think hey would prefer Hezbollah, because they are further away from establishing a khilafah.

    • Patience2

      Maybe the hezbians and AQ might hold each other in check?? You know, a sort of a balance? You know, use each other up?

  • 5thDrawer

    Great … now every citizen in Beirut has to have a fire-bucket close by … like in Tripoli. ;-)

    As for the ‘gas’ … there are not enough gas-masks in the world for everyone.
    One thing that might make SOME happy to know, however, is that gas-masks don’t work very well over beards. Hahahahahahaha (Idiots on both ‘sides’.)(Advantage – Women – thumbs up :-))

    • JoeyAli

      5thDrawer hold tight to this bucket that you mentioned so your intelligence, don’t spill over!

      • 5thDrawer

        Thanks, Joey. ;-) (oops… does that say KFC on the side?)

        • Patience2

          Notice how the ‘fruit-flies’ are always ready to fill a bucket with their sage advice?

          • 5thDrawer

            Yah Patience … I’ve got ‘down arrows’ from just about everyone this week. :-))))

  • 5thDrawer

    Great … now every citizen in Beirut has to have a fire-bucket close by … like in Tripoli. ;-)

    • JoeyAli

      5thDrawer hold tight to this bucket that you mentioned so your intelligence, don’t spill over!

      • 5thDrawer

        Thanks, Joey. ;-) (oops… does that say KFC on the side?)

        • Patience2

          Notice how the ‘fruit-flies’ are always ready to fill a bucket with their sage advice?

          • 5thDrawer

            Yah Patience … I’ve got ‘down arrows’ from just about everyone this week. :-))))

  • Constantin7

    Great, this is what we were missing on the verge of a summer season, a promise to attack Beirut. Thank you HA for your voluntary contribution, resistance, and your great arms which are helping Lebanon to gain stability, security and peace of mind !!!!

  • Constantin7

    Great, this is what we were missing on the verge of a summer season, a promise to attack Beirut. Thank you HA for your voluntary contribution, resistance, and your great arms which are helping Lebanon to gain stability, security and peace of mind !!!!

  • Beiruti

    Hezbollah is kissing the ass of Assad, nothing is special here, we all know they are cheap mercenaries, nothing is suprising. Furthermore, these Al-Queda pigs have no right to threaten Lebanese citizens over something that is happening in Syria, i hope these animals are burned alive.

  • Beiruti

    Hezbollah is kissing the ass of Assad, nothing is special here, we all know they are cheap mercenaries, nothing is suprising. Furthermore, these Al-Queda pigs have no right to threaten Lebanese citizens over something that is happening in Syria, i hope these animals are burned alive.

  • AfRyT

    Wasn’t Al-Qaida created by the US and England? I wanted to see Bashar gone, but not with a risk to leave Lebanon and Syria trapped between extremist Jews and Islamists while Christians suffer between mad dogs tearing and drooling over a land that doesn’t belong to them!

    • 5thDrawer

      Not created by .. only helped.
      And ALL Lebanon suffers. Some idiots just don’t realize it.

  • AfRyT

    Wasn’t Al-Qaida created by the US and England? I wanted to see Bashar gone, but not with a risk to leave Lebanon and Syria trapped between extremist Jews and Islamists while Christians suffer between mad dogs tearing and drooling over a land that doesn’t belong to them!

    • 5thDrawer

      Not created by .. only helped.
      And ALL Lebanon suffers. Some idiots just don’t realize it.