Lebanon’s Hezbollah is losing its aura of invincibility

File photo of  a funeral of Hezbollah fighters killed in Syria.
File photo of a funeral of Hezbollah fighters . Hundreds of its fighters have been reported killed in Syria

Hezbollah has won grudging respect, even from some foes, for its tenacious guerrilla campaigns against Israel. But now Lebanon’s most powerful military organization is losing its aura of invincibility.

Tactics that the Shiite group has used against Israeli soldiers are being inflicted on its own forces by militants from Islamic State and the al-Qaeda-affiliated Jabhat al-Nusra, who have carved out footholds in Lebanon along the porous Syria border.

The growing number of attacks and kidnappings by the Sunni militants represent the opening of yet another military front for Hezbollah. It already has thousands of troops deployed in Syria to bolster President Bashar al-Assad’s regime, while still more are facing Israel in southern Lebanon.

“Hezbollah is spread thin. They are waging so many battles and are positioned on so many fronts,” said Imad Salamey, associate professor of political science at the Beirut-based Lebanese American University.

Classified as a terrorist organization by the United States and European Union, Hezbollah was created in the turmoil following Israel’s 1982 invasion of Lebanon. The militant group forced Israel to end its occupation of southern Lebanon in 2000 and inflicted a heavy blow on Israel during a brutal, 34-day war in 2006. Hezbollah’s forces are better armed than Lebanon’s army, which plays a subordinate role.

Hezbollah also developed expansive charitable networks and a political movement that exerts considerable influence over the country’s parliament.

The group owes its power, in part, to an ample supply of weapons from the Iranian and Syrian governments, which form an anti-Western axis that allows Tehran to project power to the Mediterranean and Israel’s borders. The weapons are largely funneled through Syria.

So when Assad’s forces started sustaining serious defeats in the civil war, Hezbollah was compelled to intervene to keep open those supply lines.

As many as 5,000 of its foot soldiers are thought to be in Syria, where they have played a crucial role in reversing gains by Assad’s Sunni-led opposition. But the costs of Hezbollah’s involvement have been mounting.

Although exact figures are not available, hundreds of its fighters have been reported killed in Syria. The demand for replenishing troops has forced the group to lower its recruitment age — funerals for fighters as young as 16 are being held in Shiite communities that dot the Bekaa Valley area of northeastern Lebanon.

Hezbollah wants to extricate its forces from Syria, said Lina Khatib, director of the Beirut-based Carnegie Middle East Center, but it knows they have to remain there until “there is a political deal acceptable to Iran.”

Meanwhile, Hezbollah is facing strain from increasing assaults by fighters from the Islamic State and Jabhat al-Nusra, who have spilled across the border from Syria.

The Sunni militants began setting off devastating car bombs and launching suicide attacks a year ago against Hezbollah strongholds across the country, including the Shiite suburbs of southern Beirut.

In August, militants from the two extremist groups stormed the northern Lebanese city of Arsal and captured more than 20 policemen and soldiers before withdrawing. Analysts suspect the jihadists may also be holding a number of Hezbollah fighters. The militants beheaded at least two of the soldiers and demanded that Hezbollah withdraw from Syria.

Then, on Oct. 5, Jabhat al-Nusra carried out a series of assaults against Hezbollah positions in the Bekaa Valley. The Sunni militants killed eight Hezbollah fighters and published video footage of the grisly aftermath. Embarrassed, Hezbollah reportedly pressured Web sites to have the video removed.

“This attack was really striking. It really damages the reputation of Hezbollah as a competent military force,” said David Schenker, director of Arab politics at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy and a former Pentagon official.

Hezbollah’s response was swift if unexpected. Two days after the attack, it set off a bomb in what had been a relatively quiet southern border town, injuring two Israeli soldiers. It warned afterward that it was still able to confront Israel despite its military commitments in Syria.

Schenker said Hezbollah targeted Israel “to show everyone that they are still capable of sticking to their bread-and-butter issue.”

Some analysts say the incident is a sign that Hezbollah is becoming reckless because of concern over being perceived as weak. The consequences of such behavior could be grim: Hezbollah’s capture of two Israeli soldiers in 2006 triggered a devastating war.

“If Israel wanted to launch a war against Hezbollah, this would have been a perfect opportunity, and this time around, Hezbollah’s losses would be huge,” Hanin Ghaddar, managing editor of the Lebanese Web site Now News, wrote in an editorial.

A week after that attack, Hezbollah’s leader, Hasan Nasrallah, made a rare public appearance, showing up in the Bekaa Valley to greet families of fallen fighters. Lebanese media reported that he also visited Hezbollah soldiers there.

The visit was partly intended to assuage frustration among Shiite families who have lost loved ones in Hezbollah’s military engagements, analysts said.

A few cracks are showing in the taboo against speaking negatively about Hezbollah’s military endeavors. Such talk, however, remains limited.

“I have had a lot of problems when I’ve talked about my anger over what happened to my brother,” said one Shiite woman, whose sibling was killed seven months ago while fighting with the group in Syria. She spoke on the condition of anonymity for fear of retaliation.

An analyst close to Hezbollah said the Nasrallah visit also was aimed at keeping the area’s Shiite clans from retaliating against neighboring Sunni communities after a spate of attacks and kidnappings. The communities have been feuding, in part, because of their support for opposing sides in the Syria conflict. Lebanon’s feuding religious groups fought a devastating, 15-year civil war that ended in 1990.

“Hezbollah is trying to keep the situation as calm as possible,” said the analyst, who also spoke on the condition of anonymity, citing fear of angering Bekaa Valley clans.

Hezbollah has sought to prevent a deterioration in the area’s security by increasing training and arms for a number of villages with Shiite and Christian residents.

Some residents also have begun organizing their own defenses, fearing clashes with Sunni militants who are increasingly entering the area. A Christian resident of Ras Baalbek, 39-year-old Jad Rizk, joined impromptu neighborhood patrols after the jihadists took the city of Arsal during the summer.

The residents hope for protection from Hezbollah, but with the group exposed on many fronts, they are not taking any chances.

“As civilians living in a Christian village, we had to pick up arms to protect ourselves,” said Rizk, a lawyer and father of two young children.

“Every family has done the same.”

Washington Post

  • 5thDrawer

    “Hezbollah also developed expansive charitable networks and a political movement that exerts considerable influence over the country’s parliament.”
    “She spoke on the condition of anonymity for fear of retaliation.”

    The only two lines one needs to know the Hezzys.
    ‘Charity’ only to those who kiss Nasty’s ass … and no freedom of speech in criticism. Despots.

    • ProudShia

      That’s why you really need to kiss his ass n feet. Go now before you go crazy with all the anger boiling in you. You will find peace.

      • MekensehParty

        That’s all that’s left of the “proud” Shia
        Empty words

        • ProudShia

          Didnt know empty words had that effect on diots like you? Is that why you are all boiled up with rage and anger? You are not compelled to reply, stupid.

          • MekensehParty

            I’m not the one whose cousin returned in a body bag fighting in qalmoun, sayida zaynab or Baghdad. The one boiling with rage and trying to recup with loud and empty threats is you proud Shias.

          • ProudShia

            They are Martyr’s, show some respect. They laid their lives for a just cause to keep others safe.
            If not for them n their sacrifices Lebanon, Syria, Iraq would’ve been long gone.
            Be thankful for them, the mighty nasrallah, and the powerful Iran.

          • MekensehParty

            I have more respect for the body bag. It’s full of trash and keeps its mouth shut.

          • 5thDrawer

            Perverted Greek word … ‘Martur’ – meaning ‘Witness’ … I guess they are that.

          • Maborlz Ez-Hari

            They are now food for worms, maggots and rott, completly corrupted like the cause they died for. Be thankfull I’m being honest and telling you how it really is.

          • Nukem

            ProudShia..Nasrallah is a fat dirty bastered.he needs a bath.He is a throw back.He stand for nothing.He is a terrorist that should be nuked..

        • doron

          some talk empty words, some die,….the first are stupid, the laters are dead stupid.

      • Maborlz Ez-Hari

        I recall being told that Napoleon wore red when in war so his enemies cant tell when he Is wounded, and hassoun chooses to wear brown so his enemies cant tell when he shiites himself.

    • Hind Abyad

      Better let moderate al Nusra enter Lebanon finish off the Hezzys you all hate so much and replace them with the Nusries

      • 5thDrawer

        Until ‘the people’ get the idea in their heads that ‘replacing of’ needs to be of a whole system of thought, which doesn’t ‘resist’ anything presented as something positive, and can be shown to be good ‘FOR ALL’ of the people in the country, then replacing one pack of idiots with another won’t help anyone.
        The place really doesn’t have an ‘inclusive’ statement of existence – a ‘constitution’.
        A ‘Raison d’être’, if you like. A Maifesto of what it desires to BE.
        Accords and agreements not to fight each other all the time doesn’t give it ‘direction’.
        Having both a President and a Prime Minister (when they can find one of each) makes it neither fish nor fowl …. it’s not very democratic, not parliamentary, and no-one confesses that the religions will never see their way clear to agree on the ‘one God’ theory, and therefore should not be making ‘living-place’ rules.
        Moderate is NOT moderate if it pushes only one line of ‘lifestyle’ thought. And although Lebanon attempts to allow many lifestyles to exist side by side, there is no ‘Communique’ to ALL who would be little despots, that the despotism will not be allowed – under one basic Law FOR direction of the country – to enable it to build ‘future’.
        A Law which lays out the purpose clearly – and has direction by ‘the people’, of it’s needs – of their needs – and the freedom to say how they perceive their future needs will function for them. As ONE entity. Lebanon.
        God knows it’s a collection of tribes and tribal angst and individual prejudices.
        The world tends to be that way – ‘civilization’ being what it is.
        But if they wish ‘One Country’, then that One better know what it is – so people can decide if they want to be there WORKING FOR IT. And paying the bills.

  • MekensehParty

    The “aura of invincibility” is a joke that the feeble took for reality.
    Hiding and fighting from residential areas is not invincibility it’s cowardice.
    We saw them running like rabbits in the qalmoun where there are no civilians to hide behind.
    The lack of casualty reports means more cowardice as they hide both the numbers and names of the “martyrs”.
    Go ask the body bags vendors in dahyeh, the south and the bekaa about “invincibility” they’ll tell you the true story.

    • ProudShia

      Look who’s here people, The Stupid.
      Bark along it won’t change the fact about the mighty nasrallah and the powerful Iran.
      You the most among other retards needs to seek his blessings fast. So run boy before you are completely out of your mind. He will set you right.

      • MekensehParty

        Your recording is stuck repeating the same nonsense
        Did Hezbollah ran out of batteries?

        • ProudShia

          Like yours?? Embrace the truth not the BS you think is true. Why don’t you go and see for yourself, at least you will get his blessings while you are there? Don’t be so scared, he is mighty n yet loving n merciful.

          • MekensehParty

            He’s harder to find than your tiny dong

          • ProudShia

            Relax don’t get excited. People have a misconception that he is not accessible, but he is everywhere. Try again with heart n belief. Chant his name you will.

          • MekensehParty

            Oh Ratollah? Ratollah? Where are you?
            Damn, he didn’t appear. Should I be using Iranian batteries?

          • ProudShia

            Glad you did. Now like a dummy you are keep chanting his name until he feels you deserve his mighty presence. You need to earn it.
            You don’t need no batteries simple chants of his name will do. So don’t stop the chants.

          • 5thDrawer

            Maybe. But the phone connections are horrible … you keep hearing people saying ‘Allo?? Akbar??’ but never getting any answer.
            I think Tripoli lost it’s last line …. or the Wifi needed Duracells.

        • libnan1

          Even if HA runs out of batteries, it won’t run out of sunni terrorists to eliminate.

          • MekensehParty

            you said it: it won’t run out. They outnumber you 1,000 to one.
            If you’re surviving now it’s thanks to those planes in the air.
            Try cleaning the qalamoun by yourselves and we’ll believe you’re worth something.

  • Tk

    I quote the article of mr Salamey,

    “As civilians living in a Christian village, we had to pick up arms
    to protect ourselves,” said Rizk, a lawyer and father of two young
    children.

    “Every family has done the same.”

    • 5thDrawer

      Didn’t miss that one … 😉

      • Tk

        never my friend…:)

    • Hind Abyad

      Christian women and girls were raped cut in pieces, a fifteen year old girl was subjected to Mary a new Moslem everyday, she became mad then she was killed, peoples homes requisitioned for foreign Jihadis to live in, churches, cemeteries, shrines desecrated..Monasteries broken in, what could the Rizk do about it? I had friends of my family living in Kousseir

      • nagy_michael2

        so are in Iran Hind. yesterday I read that 45 christians were jailed and beaten for converting.. When Iranian protested few years ago, they were raped by men in jail. Some were shot and they told their parents that they need to pay for the bullets in order to receive the bodies. no i didn’t make that up. ask the iranians and they tell you. so ISIS=IRAN=BASHAR.. Bashar he didn’t have mercy on the christians in Lebanon. and in Syria they’re afraid to go against him and now of course they have no choice but to side with him..

        • Hind Abyad

          i don’t believe it..:)

          • Maborlz Ez-Hari

            You better believe it, thats enough of a link.

        • TheUSequalsTheIS

          iran built up christianity as the first and second churches of the world were both established in greater iran.

          • 5thDrawer

            History … again … the distant past.

          • MekensehParty

            Their favorite style: “buka’ ala Al atlal”
            That’s all they good at, crying on past glories
            If only they open their eyes and just take a quick look at their present…

          • TheUSequalsTheIS

            iran compared to the heaven u created next door in iraq is pretty good not to mention afghanistan, libya, somalia, egypt, tunisia, jordan, dont u think?

          • MekensehParty

            Compared to open sewers (Iraq Afghanistan Somalia) Iran ranks as smelly pile of shit. Tunisians can give you lessons in sewers cleaning. Jordanians live much better than Iranians. Even Egypt has more freedoms and liberties than you.

          • TheUSequalsTheIS

            ok 7abibi

          • MekensehParty

            I don’t have basij habeyib

          • TheUSequalsTheIS

            its okay, i wasnt sincere either

          • TheUSequalsTheIS

            yes it is history but did u even know these stuff? no u did not, bcos all bbc tells u is that an israeli soldier twisted his ankle..
            answer this question how can the ME move forward when u constantly install dictators to keep back the ppl??

        • Hind Abyad

          nagy, can i ask you please were did you learn this, do you have a link for me?

          • Anti ISIS

            There’s no proof of any of these stories Hind. Only fabrications created to convince the masses how bad Moslem countries are.

          • Maborlz Ez-Hari

            Nah their great places, just ask all the refugees and boat people who risk their lives to get out off them, fanfuckingtastic.

          • 5thDrawer

            I like your style … ;-)))
            And yes, when choosing how to die, a final boat-cruise could be nice – the short terror before drowning preferable to a drawn-out one under the dictator.

          • TheUSequalsTheIS

            dont those boat refugees come from subsahra? non-middle eastern countries, completely destroyed by european countries just like the middle east

          • 5thDrawer

            Nope … not ‘all’.
            Although, I’d venture to say MOST are running from some sort of Muslim.

          • TheUSequalsTheIS

            did ur imagination make u believe that? boko haram has been around for like…. i dunno… 1/2/3/ yrs??? well ppl from subsahra have been going to europe for the last 50 yrs or so… just after the european left the mess they themselves created

          • 5thDrawer

            Guess they liked the European ‘style’, then …

          • TheUSequalsTheIS

            u see why europe is a bad role model?

          • Maborlz Ez-Hari

            Iraq, iran, syria even lebanon recently, rest my case.

          • Hind Abyad

            Frankly rest your case habibi, Irak an Syria have millions of refugees from Wars manipulated by the West.

          • 5thDrawer

            Refugees who can’t find refuge.

          • Hind Abyad

            OF course not, the West created them I’m not going to turn in circles.. maybe not coming back, there’s no evolution here..the dorons and fake Lebanese are here to make sure we don’t find peace and don’t evolve.. that we stay a little people sectarian and cruel..so they can subjugate us.

          • Maborlz Ez-Hari

            Maybe the west did i have no doubt they are complicit in these events, but the buck stops with the stupid sell out arab leaders whos zombie followers allow the west to toy with them like worthless matter. Cry about the western influence as much as you like but as long as arabs idolise their bashars, hasouns, malek abdullahs or whoever then they should just accept it and shut up about complaining. In the west people arent as absorbed in their leaders and they demand a certain standard no such standard exists in the middle east so fingers crossed but dont hold your breath my sweet hind they’re not worth it.

          • Hind Abyad

            In the West, great thinkers, Nobel prizes, who criticize their leaders for the Mess become outcasts 🙁

          • Maborlz Ez-Hari

            Not me baby;))))

          • Hind Abyad

            So happy..:)

          • 5thDrawer

            Here’s some fun numbers ….
            “At least 3,000 migrants have drowned trying to reach Europe this year. Italy has rescued about 150,000 in its Mare Nostrum operation.”
            http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-29856458

            Meanwhile, Italy’s anti-establishment political figure Beppe Grillo has complained that his country is becoming the “world’s waiting room for the desperate”.

          • Anti ISIS

            Is that your proof, lol. I think you’ve had to many beers Mab. Tell me Mab, all those South American countries, are they Muslim countries. The way i see it, millions of people a year attempt to cross the border into the US looking for a better life.

          • TheUSequalsTheIS

            u didnt take into account that just minutes before the mexis and other latinos cross the fence, something supernatural happens and they convert to islam.. my best guess is that either khomeini or nasrallah patrols the mexi side of border and forces them into conversion but that wudnt be so supernatural

          • Maborlz Ez-Hari

            Hang on Anti I’ve considered you as a person with reasonable give and take, some one who is generally fair and open minded except for your total submission to H.A and whatever they do. Now, I’m sure you know enough about the villawood detention centre and all the other detention centres, are they filled with South Americans or people coming from lands governed by Moslem leaders? Don’t be so stubborn and one way admit it countries ruled by non Moslems with all the rules and regulations crap all over any country in the Middle East, except for Lebanon but it’s future isn’t looking too great.

      • Tk

        Hind,
        I can give you the example of the formidable YPG fighters . There are women fighter and they are protecting their land. I am not sure what is your religion, and with the respect of all religion, as a christian i will fight to keep my land. No one is going to protect the christian of Lebanon. they need to protect themselves.

        • Hind Abyad

          Yes with all their souls..in Lebanon.
          In Syria and Iraq, the West and Turkey a NATO member, opened the doors for the barbarians, nobody helped Christians are gone.

      • 5thDrawer

        The stories role on ….. I think these are about the same ‘event’.
        http://shoebat.com/2014/10/31/leaked-video-isis-new-massacre/

        AND ….
        This week’s execution of more than 220 tribesmen who resisted the group’s advance in the Euphrates valley appears to be the worst mass killing of fellow Sunnis by a group previously known for massacring Shiites and non-Muslims.
        Read more: http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Middle-East/2014/Oct-31/276070-airstrikes-hit-kobani-as-kurdish-peshmerga-prepare-to-enter.ashx#ixzz3HlRZupGI

  • Crossed

    They never claimed to be invincible. Which HA have you been following? Their entire motto glorifies dying for the cause.

    • The real lebanese

      Individuals dying, but not the militia. And their cause was against Israel, not the civilians in Syria.

      • Crossed

        You’re full of shit. Not once have they harmed civilians. Blame the nusra, isis, and other terrorist rebels for turning neighborhoods into military bases.

        • MekensehParty

          You really think you can say “not once have they harmed civilians” and expect people to believe a lie as big as iran? You think people don’t know? You think everybody lives in a cave?
          Your arrogance has no limit

          • Crossed

            Show me one case of HA intentionally killing Syrian civilians. JUST ONE.

            And I will completely revise my position.

          • MekensehParty

            How about Hezbollah killing Lebanese civilians?

          • libnan1

            Did not happen, they never killed innocent civilians no matter what sect they belong to. They had the opportunity to eliminate the whole Arsal thing but did not, maybe they should have …..

          • 5thDrawer

            Never hear a bomb in a car go off??

          • Maborlz Ez-Hari

            Selective hearing.

          • MekensehParty

            You guys stuck fingers in your own eyes and blinded yourselves.
            Who blew some 30 people in front of Phoenicia Hotel in 2005?
            and that’s 1 among many other terrorist attacks…
            As for Syria, we’ve seen pictures and videos of summary executions by Hezbollah members, I doubt they went easier on civilians in their own homes and on their own lands.
            Finally, in all its wars against Israel Hezbollah has targeted and killed civilians. I know what you’re going to say: Israel did too. To which I’ll reply right now: nobody’s denying that Israel kills civilians, but you are denying that Hezbollah kills civilians.

        • The real lebanese

          Barrel bombs alone have killed more civilians than IS has so far….tell Assad to stop targeting hospitals.

          • Crossed

            I’m just going to assume you made that up. Since IS has killed thousands of civilians in most brutal of ways. Again, all the fighting is in Urban areas, why don’t the rebels meet the Syrian army in the open?

          • The real lebanese

            Assad’s barrel bombs have also killed thousands of civilians in the most brutal ways. Not only does the initial impact kill, but also those trapped under the rubble, the shrapnel, and any pollution that occurs, especially in the water.
            http://m.hrw.org/news/2014/07/30/syria-barrage-barrel-bombs
            And. Better question would be why Assad doesnt put his troops on the ground? It’s obvious everyone would rather hold a city than the countryside. Why can’t Assad fight like a man rather than killing civilians indiscriminately? Because he doesn’t have the support he claims on media.

          • The real lebanese

            And then there’s this if you still don’t believe Assad targets civilians rather than militants.

            http://dailystar.com.lb/News/Middle-East/2014/Oct-29/275799-syrian-helicopter-bombs-displaced-persons-camp-many-dead.ashx#axzz3HE795kVp

          • Anti ISIS

            Because they know that would be their demise. Those chicken shit animals

          • 5thDrawer

            Assad sent his boys to the fields to do battle, and all they did was pot at farmers … who either ran to Jordan, or to a city to find a gun-shop. 😉

          • Hind Abyad

            Professional lying fake Lebanese niaiseux.
            Syria built state of the art hospitals for it’s people.

          • TheUSequalsTheIS

            this is whats great about the world wide web… everybody can be anything he/she “wannabe”

          • The real lebanese

            State of the art hospitals that are now leveled and contain remnants of barrel bombs and dead body parts.

          • Hind Abyad

            By the terrorists.. they shot an killed Medics fleeing in cars form the Groun!! IDIOT

          • The real lebanese

            Meanwhile Assad bombs the sh!t out of the medics who are helping children who were injured from the mighty SAA’s force.

          • Hind Abyad
          • The real lebanese
          • Hind Abyad

            So?..For the first one i think Syrian should stick together, ISIS will kill them as Apostates..

          • Hind Abyad

            boring broken record

      • Hind Abyad

        What? Can’t you for one instant think of others than Israel?
        The real “Lebanese” is hallucinating..so what were they doing in Syria then? Many died fighting cannibals what else please enlighten me, they liberated Kousseir where Christian civilians returned..
        So it’s true the West planned the destruction of the Christians in the Middle East.. Sarkozy (Zionist) French president warned Al Rai in 2011 before all this commensurable historical tragedy started.
        Oh no i’m not pro-anything, just anti-Hypocrisy anti-lying anti- fomenting hatred with an agenda, anti-disinformation, anti- irrationality, anti-inhumanity, anti-Chaos…life is too short to endure this corrupted world in silence of the lambs

        Christians of the Orient stand up against Western recolonization
        http://www.voltairenet.org/article171673.html

        • The real lebanese

          I thought we already established that website was no good. I just read an article on it that in the end said the U.S. didn’t deploy workers in Africa to stop the spread of Ebola, but rather for economic and political gains. The U.S. has absolutely nothing to gain economically in Western Africa. And I believe I’ve already told you several times how your view about the meeting between Rai and Sarkozy was complete bs. the link you gave me about it that wasn’t from the Voltaire site even proved my point, if you want to bring it up again. Ex Hezbollah general Tufaili even said Hezbollah was in Syria on orders from Iran. They are fighting a proxy war on behalf of Iran against Syria’s Sunnis who are tired of the regime which has a horrible human rights record. One cannibal, and suddenly they’re all cannibals? Get the stories straight.

          • TheUSequalsTheIS

            why are u westerners like obama?????

          • 5thDrawer

            Because he is like us. 🙂

          • TheUSequalsTheIS

            i know u dont like to take responsibility for any of ur actions like another 5 year old kid.. u like to bomb the ME and blame it on sunnis today and the shia’s tomorrow. then u ask: why dont u prosper, why dont u develop ur countries? why r u not educated?

          • 5thDrawer

            So ….. why?

          • TheUSequalsTheIS

            read this part carefully: “u like to bomb the ME and blame it on sunnis today and the shia’s tomorrow.”

          • 5thDrawer

            Really I don’t, since my tax-dollars could go to something better than building bombs ….. but I REALLY HATE lining up for the damn airplanes and going through all that stress-creating ‘security’ because they wanted to bomb me in the airplane … or the train … or shopping … or in my favourite restaurant.

          • TheUSequalsTheIS

            enuuuufffff wid ur tax money already! the west steals 10 fold the taxes the citizens pay…

          • 5thDrawer

            No logic there … ALL money of any ‘country’ comes from taxes. Of one kind or another. Period. People work, and should work, and want to work, because natural instinct of the genes tells us that being a couch potato is unhealthy … and to build something good for ALL in society we agree to be taxed to accomplish something we couldn’t do individually.
            Naturally, we have to keep an eye on what slimy politicians do with it … whether they are religious or not … but the concept is valid.
            Not paying the electric bill is stealing from the country, basically, although there sure are some stupid politicians who don’t understand how it’s made.
            Which is why we love that ‘free information flow’. 😉
            Of course, you could have a bicycle and a little generator set up to run a light-bulb … have more kids to pedal, and run a fan maybe ….
            Pay a bit of ‘sales tax’ to buy a solar panel …. Sun God RA still has the cheapest ‘rates’ in town. 😉

          • TheUSequalsTheIS

            dont be stupid 5th,.. every time unemployment is on its rise in the west mr obama bin laden calls king abdullah and orders him to ‘invest’ in an american 3 floor airplane instead of using it on their own ppl. how does king abdullah respond? he just nods along and yells YES SIR… so: ALL money of any country comes from taxes u say???? hmmmmmm interesting
            http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1190780/The-flying-palace-Inside-worlds-biggest-private-jet-worth-jumbo-300million.html

          • 5thDrawer

            Like I said …. read the news … see where ‘they’ spend your tax dollars … vote them out if you don’t like it. OR …. Move to Sweden. 🙂

          • TheUSequalsTheIS

            vote them out????? r u even listening??? king abdullah is installed by the US. i didnt realize u had this much trouble understanding simple things like this

          • 5thDrawer

            Well … you see … I understand the ‘simple’ very well. I begin with the simple.
            Now, how you get the guys YOU allow to be the ‘tops’ to treat your money is – I agree – much more complicated … perhaps because of stories and fairy-tales you may have heard from them … but you should be trying to keep it simple too, like I do, take a concept and work with it. Don’t begin with the massively confused end results which politicians and lawyers create … begin with the simple. For the sake of your own peace of mind, at least, about what is needed. Survival is simple … water, food, shelter.
            AS we say … get off the grid. :-))
            By the way … running around shooting people doesn’t get you off the grid.

          • TheUSequalsTheIS

            thank u for asking, as long as iran is concerned, we do have bad leaders who also steal money instead of investing in our country. why i favor them, and more importantly why u DONT, is due to the fact that the mollahs dont invest in american 3 floor planes… this is what pisses u off more than anything… u hate the mollahs of iran bcos of this, not bcos they kill a christian every now and then.

          • 5thDrawer

            Hell, we have Nut-Bars HERE that are Christians who kill a Christian every now and then. And not because they are ‘religious’ … but because they are ‘FAILED BRAINS’. I think the world has a lot of those types. ‘Religion’ is simply a bad excuse for doing something against ‘humans’ … if you want to live in societies, at least. I can see that ….
            We even had a guy with a brain-fart on a bus that made him suddenly jump up and haul out a knife and cut off another passenger’s head .. for no reason he could think of. Sort of horrified the other passengers…. but there it was.
            The ‘STUPIDITY’ is they think as long as he takes his medications, he doesn’t need to be chained to a wall. But as I say, lawyers … yet it IS simple. He has a bad brain. He could say, I suppose, ‘The Devil Made Me Do It.’
            Yah .. like we believe that one … hahahahahaha Not funny for the guy who lost the head. And no ‘army’ could prevent what happened.

          • Hind Abyad

            The reality is that the powers use “the failed brains”..$$

          • 5thDrawer

            And how are YOU going to straighten them out?? We can rant until the cows come home but no-one is listening to us. Are they? You get too uptight over something that can’t change.

          • Hind Abyad

            I’m not uptight..i observe you’re too loose.

          • 5thDrawer

            Toulouse, Lautrec, just toulouse. :-)))))

          • Hind Abyad

            No he doesn’t understand he doesn’t listen, this is a dialogue of the deaf.
            I’m disappointed at him a lot lately, when he mounts on his high Western horses he only listen to himself.. and the MekeCousin doesn’t even read what’s he’s talking about.. pffff…

          • 5thDrawer

            Well, I wasn’t stupid enough to live under Abdullah …. at least.

          • Hind Abyad

            Nobody is living under Abdullah here, that was not the question.

          • Maborlz Ez-Hari

            Well thats very fortunate for you 5th, but not everyone is as lucky we need to be more understanding.

          • TheUSequalsTheIS

            this is what computer viruses are programmed to do 😉 they are not made to listen, only to bullshit constantly

          • libnan1

            Sweeden is nice if you like blond chicks. I prefer burnets…

          • 5thDrawer

            …me too … my undoing … sigh …

          • MekensehParty

            you prefer brunets with a half bold scalp, round angry eyes, and a stupid looking face altogether.
            Did you recognize that Brunette.?
            Hint 1: she lives in Rabieh
            Hint 2: you have a picture of her in your room
            yek yek yek

          • Hind Abyad

            You can vote the Royal family out ???

          • 5thDrawer

            Which Royal Family are you talk….. OH. I guess you mean Britain’s?? 😉
            And, basically, didn’t we?? The Brits did too … if you recall something named the ‘Magna Carta’ … it was a beginning, at least, of Democracy.
            BUT, WE LOVE THE ROYALS, and the concept of a ‘head of state’ which leads us as a good parent should. 🙂
            The ones who cause trouble are the ones who ignore ‘the people’ … for example, when the people want to keep a flag with ‘Tradition’ but the politicos who want more power decide they want to change it, then advertise their concept well on TV, and hoodwink the electorate. (just one example)
            (By the way, some ‘true Canadians’ still fly the Union Jack …. it’s a ‘right’)
            Not that I care … I don’t fly a footballer’s flag from a car antenna either.
            But I DO respect the people who made this place safe. And the past efforts.
            Unfortunately, sometimes, I think it might have been a mistake to be taught to respect ‘majorities’ …. but I do. 😉

          • Maborlz Ez-Hari

            Was she comparing the royals with the zbarly in the middle east?

          • 5thDrawer

            I took a ‘flyer’ on which one she meant … she didn’t specify. :-)))

          • Maborlz Ez-Hari

            Talk about “failed brains”.

          • 5thDrawer

            Consider it this way. An ‘Artist’s’ brain. Some do well with straight lines, and some with curves … but when they cross and get all mixed up, it can lead to a bit of confusion. But then ‘artists’ have always been a little ‘eclectic’. 😉
            I think it’s more interesting than a mathematician’s …. :-)))
            Some do a great job .. then suddenly stand back, look at the product, and then smash and dash it. Hard to figure out.

          • Maborlz Ez-Hari

            Like they say “beauty is in the eye of the beholder”

          • Hind Abyad

            Are you talking about my brain?? “As an ‘Artist’s’ brain..you beast? Who the hell is confused here, irani mentioned King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz al Saoud, not King George! (you drink) ?

          • 5thDrawer

            I didn’t read his bit … 😉
            BUT, you know why the Magna Carta was signed. It wasn’t for the peasants … it was for the Lords and Ladies and the Princes – the controllers of the ‘lands’ they were in charge of. They were ticked at having to pay too much to the King, and use up their vassals for his wars, so they said: ‘Sign this or lose your head. And guarantee our rights to our holdings.’ He did. Took a while for the concept to filter down in the social strata … but eventually it did.
            So when Abdullah kicks off – or maybe even before – ALL those cutsie ‘Princes’ decide they should share responsibility AND more of the wealth with the people … and THEN they can begin some form of democratic thought.
            Share the wealth – share the responsibility … that sort of thing.
            Not going to get it started by killing each other, and only bombing Americans, like some other idiot tribes do. Americans will still do business.

          • Hind Abyad

            You took no “flyer”… you were angry i voted up irani angel your grandson, he mentioned King Abdullah in the context of your conversations..to which you responded “if you don’t like vote them out”.

          • Hind Abyad

            NO

          • Hind Abyad

            You’re late .. or you had some Glenfiddich..
            I’m not going to read your speech thank you, if you think mines are science fiction..yours are stand up comedy.

          • 5thDrawer

            I try in my own beastly way. ;-))

          • Hind Abyad

            and it shows

          • Hind Abyad

            King of Persia Cyrus the Great, 500BC is the author
            of the oldest declaration of Human Rights, long before Magna Carta.

          • 5thDrawer

            Magna Carta wasn’t about human rights.

          • Hind Abyad

            Magna Carta was for Kings, Princes and Barons in Medieval era.., don’t make me laugh, England France were safe, not their colonies. Skull and bones is Magna Carta.

          • TheUSequalsTheIS

            if u ask 5th u can… but he has a big imagination which u cannot rely on

          • 5thDrawer

            Yes .. true … but mine prefers to be on the positive side of life, when it imagines.
            Otherwise, It tries to run with observation tempered by knowledge, avoiding the passion.

          • Maborlz Ez-Hari

            Time for a cold one, see you later 5th.

          • Hind Abyad

            What’s positive for you might be negative to others, depending on which side of the War your sitting.

          • Hind Abyad

            I see exactly… he’s mocking me below hi hi..
            with Meklelyahudi.. tse tse

          • TheUSequalsTheIS

            have at them!

          • MekensehParty

            tse tse tse
            google “History” and start reading

          • Hind Abyad

            tse tse tse
            google “King Abdullah” Meklelstupid..did you read their discussion?

          • TheUSequalsTheIS

            does that ‘free information flow’ u brag about include the israeli who twisted his ancle?

          • 5thDrawer

            Yah sure … the rest of us can laugh at the idiot AND the stupid news-show which thinks it’s something I need to see on the morning TV.
            Like kittens stuck in a tree … useless information. Discard immediately.

          • TheUSequalsTheIS

            then keep it to urself

          • 5thDrawer

            I will forget it quickly … make room for some better thoughts … out to cut a tree. Bye.

          • TheUSequalsTheIS

            by the way u steal it from the middle east… did u really think the money u pay in taxes is keeping ur country in motion???? it is our oil not ur taxes

          • 5thDrawer

            And who dug it out of the ground for ‘you’??
            Who pays for it when ‘we’ buy it??
            Who ‘controls’ those prices YOU charge for it??
            Go see your own politicians … ask them for some money to build a school. I paid for mine. With more taxes.

          • MekensehParty

            Cheers

          • The real lebanese

            Obama is a very poor president imo…..

          • Hind Abyad

            That’s Netanyahu’s followers opinion..so, nobody here knows you’re a Zionist extremist.

          • TheUSequalsTheIS

            syrians were not tired of their regime. IS(rael) was bcos assad is not an american puppet.

            american probably started the ebola disease just to go there and kill ppl

          • The real lebanese

            There’s a reason Assad can’t fight on the ground by himself. He doesn’t have the majority of Syria’s support. And your controversy regarding Ebola is laughable. Are you the author of that article on Voltaire?

          • TheUSequalsTheIS

            in your sweet dreams 7abibi

          • Hind Abyad

            You’re being stupid.. “are you the author of that article on Voltaire”..How dare you!!

            In the post above which dates from one day i published for you Al Rai meeting with Sarkozy in Paris September 2011
            You said: “I believe I’ve already told you told you several times how your view about Al Rai and Sarkozy meeting was complete bs. the link you gave me about it that wasn’t from the Voltaire site proved my point, if you want to bring it out again”..

            I did..show your “proof” where is it ??

            You’re a web of lies insolent on top & proud of it, that’s your “point” you’re an enemy of Christians.

          • The real lebanese

            Please notice i said it wasn’t from Voltaire but another site. The Voltaire link is the only one that says what it says for a reason, it’s incorrectly translated.

          • Hind Abyad

            Please explain what you mean;
            “it wasn’t from Voltaire but another site. The Voltaire link is the only one that says what is says for a reason, it’s incorrectly translated”. Do you read French? Stop the crap.
            Are you trained as an interrogator.. you know.. those experts in torturing to confuse and convict a wrongly accused kids in Israeli jails?

          • Hind Abyad

            Do you want it in French? It’s translated by Voltaire
            they have Arabic, French, English, Spanish, Persian Portuguese, Italian, Polish, Russian, Turkish, etc..

          • Anti ISIS

            That statement shows you have no idea when it comes to civil wars Real. Doesn’t matter what army you send in, this is a street fight. And no army in the world trains for street fights. And the only thing that’s laughable is you still believing Assad hadn’t got the support of the majority of Syrians. What to expect from a person who believes what Cnn, Bbc and the other main stream media outlets feeds him.

          • MekensehParty

            There you are, I missed that yellow flag and the jokes it brings in daily.
            You’re such a comedian Farq, you’re seriously competing with Libnan1 on my list. So you’re saying the majority of Syrians support Assad. LOLOLOLOLOLOL It’s insane how you can reach the level of lying to your own brain. It must be self-torture to look at a white page and call it yellow with conviction.
            It makes me feel good that you are in such a mental state.
            That’s usually the introduction to a total mental collapse.
            My mission is accomplished

          • The real lebanese

            It isnt a street fight. Assad’s forces aren’t trained for urban warfare. The regime would be out if it weren’t for the Air Force AND Iranian based militias. If he really has the support of Syrians from all areas of Syria, why is it he has trouble recruiting soldiers and holding on to land outide of Damascus and Latakia? He has a tiny amount of soldiers, I’d say the FSA is bigger, although im not sure. I can look it up 🙂

            On a side note, bbc has absolutely no analysis, it just states facts that have been approved as true by organizations such as the UN or HRW, and it quotes them. Don’t believe me? Go to their website. Can’t say I watch it frequently though.

          • Hind Abyad

            Enough, here’s a soldier talking to a journalist that took the road from Beyrouth to Syria.

            “It is a matter of formality,” he replied. “They are well aware that we are the only army able to fight terrorists in the entire region. In Iraq, there is no [official] army so far. They are training militias to confront terrorists. In Turkey, there is great complicity between the
            authorities and terrorists. The statement of [US Vice President] Joe Biden said it all. So, who is left to counter terrorism? The Syrian army has been fighting this battle on its own for the past four years.
            Westerners are well aware of this. They are looking for possible ways to deal with and adjust to the situation.”

            He took a deep breath before adding, clearly at ease, “Terrorism cannot be eradicated from the air. Eliminating terrorism ought to be done by striking it at two main levels: on the ground and at the level of thought. Who is capable of doing so today? This is the key question we pose to the West and the international community. This is what we are qualified to do, intellectually and militarily. How do we do it? This is a matter that requires further elaboration and details.”
            Jean Aziz
            Columnist
            http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2014/10/beirut-damascus-officials-return-syria.html#ixzz3Hg2QaKdt

          • The real lebanese

            Yet the regime has proven incapable of fighting on the ground without air support and Iranian based militias.

          • Hind Abyad

            You’re saying the opposite? Who the hell cares about what you say, you proved you follow the collective media agreed by NATO allies and Wall Street Journal..

          • 5thDrawer

            That ‘thought’ part is up to the intellectualizing ‘columnists’ who have no other agenda, than eliminating the concept of subjugating and killing people all the time to push a theory.

          • Hind Abyad

            Yes “Kenneth Roth”..
            Why is it when i sent link to HRW report on when FSA al Nusra ISIS joined up to massacre Allawite villages, you say same thing as for Voltaire.. “it doesn’t say thaat?

          • The real lebanese

            Because it didn’t. The FSA didnt even have a prescence in Latakia, neither did IS, only Nusra. It didn’t say once what you claimed it said.

          • Hind Abyad

            Or a liar or an ignorant..
            picture below is from 2013.

          • The real lebanese

            I know it’s from 2013… Here’s the video of that picture. The people there are obviously not Nusra or IS.

            http://youtu.be/H5eALebC8FE

          • Hind Abyad

            Why obviously?
            HRW PDF Report “We can still see their blood on the Wall.
            Obviously how can you lie day and night.
            ——

            III. Hostage Taking in Latakia Countryside

            IV. Opposition Groups Involved in August 4 Attacks

            Ahrar al-Sham..
            The Islamic State of Iraq and Sham (ISIS)
            Jabhat al-Nusra
            Jaish al-Muhajireen wal-Ansar
            Suquor al-Izz

            V. Other Groups Involved in the “Operation to Liberate the Coast”

            Free Syrian Army under Salim Idriss’s Command
            Ahrar al-Sahel and its battalions
            Al-Farouq Brigade
            The Hassan al-Azhari Battalion
            The Heroes of Khirbet al-Jawz and the Oussama Bin Zeid Battalion
            Saif Allah al-Masloul, al-Ansar
            Sham al-Islam..
            Sheikh Qahtan Battalion (formerly Al-Tawhid), Ansar al-Sham.

          • The real lebanese

            I provide a real link, you make stuff up. Did you even watch the video?

          • Hind Abyad

            You provide a video which is in this link, you make stuff up you’re crazy.http://www.hrw.org/node/119645/section/8

          • The real lebanese

            The FSA is not even mentioned once. What a joke!

          • Hind Abyad

            You’re a desperate joke that has no end. The end.

            III. Hostage Taking in Latakia Countryside

            IV. Opposition Groups Involved in August 4 Attacks.

          • The real lebanese

            Neither of those mention the FSA… Lol

          • 5thDrawer

            (man … you guys still doing this ??? noise woke me up …)
            (where’s that beach …..)

          • The real lebanese

            I think I’m done for the night. The lack of sense from certain people really gets me carried away sometimes.

          • Hind Abyad
          • The real lebanese

            this site once again does not mention FSA in groups involved..

          • Hind Abyad

            Ha ha..!

          • 5thDrawer

            (might as well have coffee …. sigh ….)

          • Hind Abyad

            and a cigarette … sigh … ….)

          • Hind Abyad

            he’s bothering me endlessly like a child.

          • Hind Abyad

            Back to your post: “Here’s the video of that picture.
            The people there are obviously not Nusra or IS”. huh..

            You said “did you even watch the video?
            It’s in Arabic, what do you want me to watch, do you
            speak Arabic?..

            Idriss opens his speech with a religious phrase “BISMALLAH etc..”, he says FSA totally support the rebellion in this region (Latakiya), he will furnish them with weapons but they don’t have enough for themselves, and they will not fight the Islamist but that they will be allies.

            There were Moroccans, Libyans and other foreign among them, they would torture kill kidnap and rape Syrian citizens, there was al Nusra, ISIS, many other affiliated Jihadi groups named in the report, they even killed Sunni who swore to God. “i’m Sunni”.

          • Hind Abyad

            “..the link you gave me about it that wasn’t from Voltaire site proved my point, if you want to bring it up again..”

            Really? I will publish it again then
            http://www.voltairenet.org/article171673.html
            Show me your “proof”!!
            You’re nothing but an Israeli tool watching over Lebanese blogs publishing censured articles in Western Media to discredit them as BS, this has always been a weapon in War propaganda.

            It was published by French journalists at the entrance of Al Rai and his Bishop’s meeting with Sarkozy September 2011 as it’s the rule when someone important is invited!
            The picture taken of Rai & Bishops sortie needs no words..fuming red faces..why’s that?

          • 5thDrawer

            Then Rai should have been upfront and honest and reported all.

          • Hind Abyad
          • 5thDrawer

            The Pope doesn’t seem to have a problem saying what he feels.

          • Maborlz Ez-Hari

            Different levels of delicacies.

          • Hind Abyad

            Don’t know what you’re talking about, i only responded to your question.

          • The real lebanese

            I said from the other website. We both know this site lies by wording things incorrectly. You showed me a french site also.

            And they’re not mad, that’s the way their faces are. Don’t keep up with the Maronite Church? Rai doesnt look mad at all.

          • Hind Abyad

            Let me understand you logic:
            – “I said from the other website”.
            What other website ..no name?.
            – “We both know this site lies by wording things incorrectly.”
            We, you mean you and me, so why am i posting my site?

            I have lived with that article in my head since it appeared in September 2011, when “the Syria revolution” started with Christians massacres.. around December- 2011.

            Sarkozy had said to Rai: “Western powers plan to invade the Middle East in November”.
            The first time i read it i said they are not serious, then when i saw the Christian West including France complete indifference, i cried, they had planed this, with proxies because of Russia and China veto of UN resolution to Invade Syria..
            So there’s no “We are not Both” you’re an enemy.

            -“You showed me a French site also”..
            no name either?
            Wasn’t this the unique website i showed you? Shameless unforgivable manipulator i didn’t expect
            this much from you..

          • The real lebanese

            Sarkozy had said to Rai: “Western powers plan to invade the Middle East in November”.

            Sarkozy didn’t say that… Find another site other than Voltaire that claims this.

          • Hind Abyad

            .. i can find a dozen NATO-EU sites that deny it “too” strongly for my taste..

          • The real lebanese

            But you can’t find another site other than Voltaire that claims what you’re claiming… Interesting.

          • Hind Abyad

            Yes i have other articles.. and by the way ..
            FSA was in Latakiah August 4, HRW mentions the groups who participated in the massacres of Allawite villages, children kidnapped from Allawite families were the 4-5 years old (no parents) in sight, gassed in Ghouta Aug. 24.
            Idriss and ISIS in Latakiah.

          • The real lebanese

            Show me th article that wasn’t Voltaire that claims Rai I was told by Sarkozy what you claim, and also show me a article not from Voltaire that shows the FSa was in Latakia aand participated in massacres of alawite villages, as you claim.

            Ps the picture was taken the first year of the revolution, before IS was formed.

          • Hind Abyad

            Funny i just got a message from you saying yes, the picture dates from 2013.. and for your information, ISIS was formed in 2006, when it left al Qaeda.

          • Hind Abyad

            Will you please stop this? Rai was mad and his bishops were mad, you don’t make any sense you’re irrational.. this farce of yours about “websites and proofs” will stay in my records. Thank you and good bye.

          • The real lebanese

            That’s the way his face is when he’s not smiling. Stop making stuff up…

          • Hind Abyad

            Stop being innocent making up stupidities.,
            the way Rai looks when he’s angry or serious or happy..wahhaha..not smiling but not angry etc..
            Idiot.

            Smiling entering the meeting, sober on his way out
            but his bishops having difficulties hiding their anger.

          • Hind Abyad

            BTW Sarkozy looks like Lucifer

          • 5thDrawer

            I only wish to say that both God and Lucifer are images ‘given’ to us by ‘artists’. (Could also be females, I think.)
            Personally, I wouldn’t know what either look like. ;-))

          • Hind Abyad

            What would be the World without God and his rival Lucifer (Luce), light, the morning light before he fell..
            i have an engraving dated 1700 of cherubim Lucifer sending the morning dew..

          • Maborlz Ez-Hari

            We’re guaranteed to be meeting one and we only want to hope its God cause theres no going back.

          • The real lebanese

            It isn’t his job to always smile. He has a humble face when he’s not. If you’ve watched him on video you could tell.

          • Hind Abyad

            Well it’s his job to smile ..he smiled for the camera shaking hands with Sarkophagy wet hand who looks like a man with no class..

          • 5thDrawer

            I think he smiled at the sword … knowing what ISIS guys do with them, he didn’t want to upset the guard. :-)))

          • Hind Abyad

            go to hell

          • Hind Abyad

            It Lies because it says the truth?
            OK. Israel is a Western Country in the Middle East and AIPAC owns the US and therefore they never, never, lie.

  • nagy_michael2

    Hezbollah never were invincibles more like Bull Shiiter.. and they succeeded for a while until 11 men of Nusra exposed them 3 weeks ago. You see they did too but they still want to convince you that nothing happened. Oh Really??? the little boys in Bekaa were scared it forced Nassrallah to come out of hiding wearing lady garbs and veil to preach to his gangs that we are strong. of course yelling and screaming helped pump them up. It is just instead of Iran and Syria wanting the best for Lebanon and trained and equipped the Army then decided to train Hezbollah. you see Iran will not be able to lead lebanon if the army is strong and the gov’t may change hands and not wanting to be in Iran and Syria side. so hezbollah is guarranteed to be slave of Iran and Syria. which was good thinking on the iranian. so having said that every one blames Israelis for not wanting the LAF to be super strong because hezbollah is controlling the central commands. so if Iranian thought about not wanting to arm the LAF why everyone jumping on the israelis bandwagon?

  • nukem

    Hezbolla is a theorist group those dirty towel heads should be nuked.nazralla needs a bath that dirty bastered.

  • guest

    The avoided truth-
    Its a proven fact that wherever and whenever shits are and get power they start chaos. They play their games by using actors portrayed as sunnis or shits pretending as sunnis. They are caniving, deceitful, manipulative, and pathological liars. You can never trust or belief what they say as they always use Taqiyah against non-shits.
    You can’t name a single country which is in peace where they are in power irrespective of they being majority or not. The countries in which they are not in power then they side with the enemies of Muslims to gain political power and once they attain that then their real evilness comes out as shown and proved in Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Yemen, etc.
    As its taken that they will do and stoop to any level to achieve their goals. They start their age old tactics of making themselves look like the good guys, better of all evils, saviors, defenders, resistors, and if that doesnt work then they instigate hate, sectarianism, power politics, stories such as defending some shrine, ridiculing, maligning, branding anyone or everyone who stands against or in their path as wahabi, salafi, and takfiri.
    They create Khawarij’s like Isis, etc. and show to the world as sunnis. They make them do un-islamic things and bask in glory using that as a tool to propagandize, instill fear, and hate towards Islam and Muslims. Then they repeat the same rhetoric’s in social media, etc. portraying themselves as the good guys and scaring and brainwashing Muslims and non-muslims which in turn serves their purpose only at the expense of Islam, Muslims, Humanity, and Peace.
    They have done and have been doing more damage than all other haters of Islam combined.
    They are not Muslims and if they were as they claim to be then their actions proves it else.
    They are more dangerous than the worst of the humans.
    ASS ad=Isis=Shits=Iran