Hezbollah chief accuses Islamist extremist of bombings

nasrallah081613Hezbollah chief Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah accused the Islamist extremists of being behind the security incidents targeting his Shiite party in recent months and warned that if bombings continue, “Lebanon will be on the edge of the abyss.”

“We know by name those who launched the rockets at Dahieh on May 26 and who set the car bomb in Dahieh on July 7… they belong to specific Takfiri groups,” Nasrallah said Friday in a TV speech that addressed a ceremony commemorating the anniversary of the end of 2006 July War.

Nasrallah further said that “all information points to the same groups” as being responsible for Thursday’s massive car bomb in Dahieh that left at least 24 people dead.

“There is a high probability takfiri groups are responsible for yesterday’s bombing,” he said, adding however that Israel, the US and regional powers use radical Islamist groups for their own purposes.

But just as we won in all our wars against Israel, we will win the battle against terrorism and Takfiris, Nasrallah said and added: If the battle against Takfiris required this, I will personally go fight in Syria, so will Hezbollah for the sake of the Syrian people and the country’s cause, which is Palestine.”

Nasrallah also said the Thursday’s car bomb between contained over 100 kilograms of explosives , while the Lebanese security sources told LBC television today that 55 to 60 kilograms of TNT were used in the bomb Nasrallah also admitted that his party could not yet determine whether it had been a suicide operation.

The Hezbollah chief praised caretaker Defense Minister Fayez Ghosn and his announcement earlier in the day that Lebanese army intelligence had arrested a suspect for the July 7 car bomb in Dahieh’s Bir al-Abed that left over 50 people injured.

Nasrallah warned that if the bombings continue, “Lebanon will be on the edge of the abyss.”

“We must understand the threat Lebanon is confronting… those who are destroying the region have taken a decision to destroy Lebanon,” the Hezbollah leader warned, calling on state security institutions to take proactive measures to round up terrorist cells in the country.

Nasrallah reiterated earlier statements that Islamist extremists did not represent the Sunni sect.

Hezbollah has been widely criticized by Lebanese and Arab leaders for supporting the Alawite-dominated Syrian regime of President Bashar al-Assad against the mostly Sunni Syrian rebels who are trying to overthrow the 40 year old dictatorship . Thousands of Hezbollah fighters are fighting in Syria alongside the forces loyal to Assad and hundreds of them have been brought in coffins for burial in Lebanon. Alawites or Alawism is an offshoot of Shiite Islam and constitute the second largest Islamic sect in Syria and are mainly located in northwestern Syria

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  • wargame1

    “Nasrallah said and added: If the battle against Takfiris required this, I will personally go fight in Syria, so will Hezbollah for the sake of the Syrian people and the country’s cause, which is Palestine.”

    This message of threat become justified “After” the bombing. This is call problem …reaction… solution technique. When the preemptive solution is on the table , it needs a reaction to achieve it but without the problem (The bombing) the reaction can not be justified, thus the bombing will aid as a pretext to the reaction.

    Well if the Hezbushaitan is driven out of Syria then this method of false flag operation will backfire on them.They will lose all public support in Lebanon plus FSA would not need any excuse to justify their attack on the Hezbushaitans military targets in Lebanon. For the moment the FSA have many Juicy target in Syria and they do not need to come all the way to Lebanon to kill civilian. I recall Mustafa Subhi Tufaely’s advice to Hezbushaitan. There is no much hope for Hezbushaitan in Syria. The victory of Al-Qusayr was due to the fact that the FSA retreated because they were running out of ammo. We didnt see any new victory after that

    • 5thDrawer

      Amazing how quotes come out, war-game. I found it this way:
      “I will go myself to Syria if it is necessary in the battle against the takfiris (Sunni radicals),” Mr Nasrallah said, on his own TV channel.

  • wargame1

    “Nasrallah said and added: If the battle against Takfiris required this, I will personally go fight in Syria, so will Hezbollah for the sake of the Syrian people and the country’s cause, which is Palestine.”

    This message of threat become justified “After” the bombing. This is call problem …reaction… solution . When the solution is pre preemptive but it need a problem to justify the reaction in order to get to the solution.

    Well if the Hezbushaitan is driven out of Syria then this method of false flag operation will backfire on them.They will lose all public support in Lebanon plus FSA would not need any excuse to justify their attack on the Hezbushaitans military targets in Lebanon. For the moment the FSA have many Juicy target in Syria and they do not need to come all the way to Lebanon to kill civilian. I recall Mustafa Subhi Tufaely’s advice to Hezbushaitan. There is no much hope for Hezbushaitan in Syria. The victory of Al-Qusayr was due to the fact that the FSA retreated because they were running out of ammo. We didnt see any new victory after that

    • 5thDrawer

      Amazing how quotes come out, war-game. I found it this way:
      “I will go myself to Syria if it is necessary in the battle against the takfiris (Sunni radicals),” Mr Nasrallah said, on his own TV channel.

  • cook

    zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz …

    How about a nice car bomb targeting Al Manar headquarters

  • cook2half

    zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz …

    How about a nice car bomb targeting Al Manar headquarters

  • Constantin7

    Stop your yelling ya Hassan. You chose war with the FSA and on Syrian territory, don’t expect a bouquet of flowers in return. Whatever you are sowing in Syria you will be harvesting in the Dahieh. Poor the innocent people of the Dahieh because they do not realize you are taking them to war and destruction and more of those bombs. Exactly the same scenario of the 2006 war with Israel, this time it is with the Syrians. Your decisions ya Hassan are going to destroy the Shiaa in Lebanon first, and the rest of the country second, because if the Shiaa are bombed it is Lebanon that is bombed and the whole country and the economy that is hurting.

  • Constantin7

    Stop your yelling ya Hassan. You chose war with the FSA and on Syrian territory, don’t expect a bouquet of flowers in return. Whatever you are sowing in Syria you will be harvesting in the Dahieh. Poor the innocent people of the Dahieh because they do not realize you are taking them to war and destruction and more of those bombs. Exactly the same scenario of the 2006 war with Israel, this time it is with the Syrians. Your decisions ya Hassan are going to destroy the Shiaa in Lebanon first, and the rest of the country second, because if the Shiaa are bombed it is Lebanon that is bombed and the whole country and the economy that is hurting.

  • JS_Bach

    Let me get this straight. So the “Takfiris”, whatever that means, are responsible for the bombing. Fine.

    And the Takfiris are used by the US and Israel. Fine.

    He’s going to go to fight them, personally no less, in Syria … get this now: for the Palestinian cause! … Huh?!

    Either this guy has lost it or his head is still reeling from the force of the explosion. This makes absolutely no sense even by Nasrallah’s gibberish standards.

    How many entities did he manage to shove in these two sentences?! What, is this like confusion by design to distract his ignorant sheep from the reality of what’s going on?

    There is ONE and only ONE problem, buddy! Stop beating around the bush! You keep shoving your ugly nose where you have no business, you’re bound to get such responses sooner or later. Stop crying me a river and get the hell out of Syria. Stop bringing home a war that we all don’t need JUST like you did in 2006. Anniversary of the July war my a$$! As if it was a wedding or a birthday or some happy occasion. Moron.

  • JS_Bach

    Let me get this straight. So the “Takfiris”, whatever that means, are responsible for the bombing. Fine.

    And the Takfiris are used by the US and Israel. Fine.

    He’s going to go to fight them, personally no less, in Syria … get this now: for the Palestinian cause!

    Either this guy has lost it or his head is still reeling from the force of the bombing. This makes absolutely no sense even by Nasrallah’s gibberish standards.

    How many entities did he manage to shove in these two sentences?! What, is this like confusion by design so that his ignorant sheep continue to have no clue?

    There is ONE and only ONE problem, buddy! You keep shoving your ugly nose where you have no business, you’re bound to get such responses sooner or later. Stop crying me a river and get the hell out of Syria. Stop bringing home a war that we all don’t need JUST like you did in 2006. Anniversary of the July war my a$$! As if it is a wedding or a birthday or some happy occasion. Moron.

  • Stop the show guys! it is time to celebrate this day..why? because finally israel is not to blame for something that happened in lebanon he probably had to practice repeatedly not to say israel, yayyyy!

    • 5thDrawer

      LOLOLOL ….. I like it Geo.
      “I was surprised,” Mr Peres said. “Why should (they) look to Israel? (They have) a Hezbollah that collects bombs, that goes and kills people in Syria without the permission of the Lebanese government.”

    • Tchaddd

      Ha ha ha, its true I like it!!!!

    • cook

      😀 😀 😀

  • Stop the show guys! it is time to celebrate this day..why? because finally israel is not to blame for something that happened in lebanon yayyyy!

    • 5thDrawer

      LOLOLOL ….. I like it Geo.
      “I was surprised,” Mr Peres said. “Why should (they) look to Israel? (They have) a Hezbollah that collects bombs, that goes and kills people in Syria without the permission of the Lebanese government.”

    • Tchaddd

      Ha ha ha, its true I like it!!!!

    • cook2half

      😀 😀 😀

  • Tchaddd

    Extremists did……What the f….K. Chou hizb el shaytan moderate… U are the extremist in evrything… This is called the boomrang effect,because all the shit ure doing will comeback to u sooner or later. This is just a preview of what could happen anytime in ure stronghold… Get out of syria, come back to Lebanon and support the lebanese state … because if not ure black skirts will be blacker and ure days awful……

    • 5thDrawer

      I’d say let him go there to ‘help’. In Lebanon he only wants ‘veto power’ … for control.

    • zabada

      Syiit always has been a terrorist since at the time of Ali,the fourth caliph.They worshiped Ali as god.Even Ali burnt them.Till now they greeted Ali more than the prophet him self.Syiit remine the biggest problem in muslim,s world.200 million out of two billion muslims are Syiit.Wahabis less than that.Wahabi is the new school in Islam.But Wahabis is not gone astray too far away to the true basic school in Islam.Other wise Syiit have weird believe and gone astray too far away both in religion and politic.Too many myth stories in their religion.They worshiped their Mullah and leaders with weird ways.Unlike other communities,Mullahs become both their religion leaders and their politic leaders This is weird.The true ways in politic,intellectual must be politic leaders.May be a mullah are having full knowledge in religion,but they are lack of worldly knowledge and lack of political considerations.Believe in mullahs in politic events bring people to be an extremists and terrorists. Syiit even believe all weird dogmas that created by their greedy mullah both in politic and religion.Like some sunnis was,this bring them to be terrorists.Most of Syiit are hypocrite,including their mullahs.Taqiyah (always can lie) is the evidence.That why some muslim,s shcolars exclude them as a muslims.Muslims define them as lost muslims.Some Christian scholars define Syrian Syiit Alawy as lost Christian.See how Alawite worshiped Assad.They said -we worship Assad before Allah – As I say, most of them are weird people.That why they killed Syrian people with weird ways.Even the prophet said.- on you with the majority – Syiit seem having their own interpretation in religion.Since they claim they have their own Quran and Al Hadis.Like Jews and Christians have done,they corrupted too many sacred books.

  • Tchaddd

    Extremists did……What the f….K. Chou hizb el shaytan moderate… U are the extremist in evrything… This is called the boomrang effect,because all the shit ure doing will comeback to u sooner or later. This is just a preview of what could happen anytime in ure stronghold… Get out of syria, come back to Lebanon and support the lebanese state … because if not ure black skirts will be blacker and ure days awful……

    • 5thDrawer

      I’d say let him go there to ‘help’. In Lebanon he only wants ‘veto power’ … for control.

    • zabada

      Syiit always has been a terrorist since at the time of Ali,the fourth caliph.Syiit remine the biggest problem in muslim,s world.They have weird believe both in religion and politic.Too many myth stories in their religion.They worshiped their Mullah and leaders with weird ways.They believe all weird dogmas that created by their greedy mullah.Most of them are hypocrite.Taqiyah (always can lie) is the evidence.That why some muslim,s shcolars exclude them as a muslims.Muslims define them as lost muslims.

  • Fauzia45

    The people and the country will pay for the blunders committed by those who have unlimited power!!

  • Fauzia45

    The people and the country will pay for the blunders committed by those who have unlimited power!!

  • Patience2

    The Hezbians are bombing themselves to gather sympathy.

  • Patience2

    The Hezbians are bombing themselves to gather sympathy.

  • Guest

    Baghdad has come to Beirut to stay.

  • Guest

    Baghdad has come to Beirut to stay.