Hezbollah: It is vital for Lebanon to have a resistance movement

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Lebanon would be obligated to form a resistance movement against Israel even if Hezbollah never existed, Shiite leaders said Wednesday.

Naim Kassem, Deputy Secretary-General of Hezbollah, said it was vital that Lebanon be strong enough to counter Israeli aggression and interference in the region.

Kassem told his supporters that the Shiite resistance movement (Hezbollah) was to thank in part for Lebanese national strength. He said there was a noted difference in the way the international community dealt with Lebanon weakened by a civil war and the Lebanon of today, the Lebanon National News Agency reports.

He said such respect would never have occurred if it were not for the resistance and the Lebanese people.

“A strong resistance is a necessity,” he added. “If it never existed, we would be obliged to find one.”

U.S. and Israeli officials, meanwhile, are accusing Syria of transferring long-range missiles, including Scuds, to Hezbollah in southern Lebanon.

Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri met Tuesday with his Syrian counterpart Bashar Assad to discuss improving bilateral relations. Syrian, Lebanese ties were strained by years of conflict and allegations that Syria played a role in the 2005 assassination of Rafik Hariri, the current prime minister’s father.

Hariri is expected Monday in Washington.UPI

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12 responses to “Hezbollah: It is vital for Lebanon to have a resistance movement”

  1. UltraNationalist Avatar
    UltraNationalist

    If you love iran so much why not open your eyes and see how the goverment is imprisoning half of the population,you say that were brothers coz were Shiaa! well brother as a iranian am telling you that were being hunted down here while you turn a blind eye towards khamenei’s regime just so you can keep hizballah armed and funded,if this is what hizballah thinks of iran then 80% of iranians r no longer your brothers

    1. PROPHET.T Avatar

      Ultra Nationalist
      You seem to be so good at numbers. HALF the Iranian population imprisoned? 80%?lolNo one doubts that The Iranian regime does not have 100% support, but 80% against?
      Not sure where you get your information from. I wish you can show some independent sources .
      I think the number of people who are dissatisfied with Iran’s political system is on the rise, but the government still have the majority to rule. They will have their hands full in few years when Khminai passes, and a new leader is to be chosen.

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        UltraNationalist

        Yeah well wi just have 2 wait 4 more years for another presidential election,and i promise u its gona get bloody again,theres no way in hell that the velayate fagih is gona let a reformist take comand of iran his eather gona be assasinated or they wont let him run for president again,hey am not a big supporter of hezbollah but since u guys r the only organization thats giveing those israeli mother fu*kers hell so am not opposing u eather,but if u could just cme to iran and sit in a park for an hour i promisse u that ur gona see some police and basiji brotality towards young people as if we r no longer considerd in the eyes of the islamic republic,to them only lebanon maters,now u tell me if the same happend to ur nation that wouldnt piss u off comrad

    2. PROPHET.T Avatar

      Ultra Nationalist
      You seem to be so good at numbers. HALF the Iranian population imprisoned? 80%?lolNo one doubts that The Iranian regime does not have 100% support, but 80% against?
      Not sure where you get your information from. I wish you can show some independent sources .
      I think the number of people who are dissatisfied with Iran’s political system is on the rise, but the government still have the majority to rule. They will have their hands full in few years when Khminai passes, and a new leader is to be chosen.

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    If you love iran so much why not open your eyes and see how the goverment is imprisoning half of the population,you say that were brothers coz were Shiaa! well brother as a iranian am telling you that were being hunted down here while you turn a blind eye towards khamenei’s regime just so you can keep hizballah armed and funded,if this is what hizballah thinks of iran then 80% of iranians r no longer your brothers

    1. PROPHET.T Avatar

      Ultra nationalist
      You seem to be so good at numbers. HALF the Iranian population imprisoned? 80%?lol
      No one doubts that The Iranian regime does not have 100% support, but 80% against? Not sure where you get your information from. I wish you can show some independent sources .
      I think the number of people who are dissatisfied with Iran’s political system is on the rise, but the government still have the majority to rule. They will have their hands full in few years when Khminai passes, and a new leader is to be chosen.

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        Yeah well wi just have 2 wait 4 more years for another presidential election,and i promise u its gona get bloody again,theres no way in hell that the velayate fagih is gona let a reformist take comand of iran his eather gona be assasinated or they wont let him run for president again,hey am not a big supporter of hezbollah but since u guys r the only organization thats giveing those israeli mother fu*kers hell so am not opposing u eather,but if u could just cme to iran and sit in a park for an hour i promisse u that ur gona see some police and basiji brotality towards young people as if we r no longer considerd in the eyes of the islamic republic,to them only lebanon maters,now u tell me if the same happend to ur nation that wouldnt piss u off comrad

  3. Louay,
    Why would I want to fight as a Christian Lebanese under the banner of “Islamic Resistance in Lebanon”. HA has to fundamentally change altogether before other sects join in. It is a Shiite Resistance first and Lebanese second until this time it changes the formula to Lebanon FIRST I still have a problem with joining in. Regarding the Shia have the right to love Iran etc. etc. when did you find the pictures of the pope displayed in public? it belongs in religious institutions and not political ones. However, when I go to Lebanon I am welcomed by the pictures of Iranian leaders and even if they are religious figures like Khomeini I am opposed to him welcoming me instead of a Lebanese figure like Nasrallah or the President of Lebanon. 100% Lebanese is what Lebanese people are looking for. Enough foreign icons zheqna baqa!!!

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