Lebanon MP slams Hezbollah over Iran ties

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March 14 MP Mohammad Kabbara slammed Hezbollah over its ties with Iran, after the militant group threatened during the weekend to cut off any foreign hand that reached into Lebanon.

“We agree with Hezbollah MP Mohammad Raad on one thing and that is that we will cut off the hands that would be extended to the country from outside, but who is the foreign hand? Isn’t it the armed militias that are affiliated with the outside specifically Hezbollah and its ties to Iran?” Kabbara told reporters in Tripoli.

“We should cut off the hand that extends from outside, whether from Israel, Tehran, or from your ally’s in Damascus,” Kabbara said.

Raad warned the March 14 parties Sunday that Hezbollah’s patience and tolerance with their campaigns against them have limits, saying any foreign intervention in Lebanon will be stopped by the resistance.

Kabbara also accused Hezbollah of standing in the way of the Lebanese Army. He expressed doubt about Hezbollah’s professed support for the army stressing that the army is the only means to protect the country.

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24 responses to “Lebanon MP slams Hezbollah over Iran ties”

  1. The drums of civil war are beating louder and louder……… the Lebanese people will never learn 🙁

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    The drums of civil war are beating louder and louder……… the Lebanese people will never learn 🙁

  3. FadiAbboud Avatar

    nah.. the Lebanese will never learn..they should just let Hezbollah and Iran rules and destroy, democracy, freedoms and the sovereignty of Lebanon..

    1. 7akibalash Avatar

      what is there to be learned? learn how to bow down to thugs and criminals? what a beautifull life that is….
      according to your logic we need to bow down to hizbilkhara and praise them day and night otherwise “el bou3bou3” will come get us, right?
      scare tactics nothing more, terrorists love to terrorise and the only way they know how to hold power is by keeping the peope terrified of them. this is hizbilkhara’s biggest weapon “scare tactics”… one needs not be afraid of those thugs, they are desperate and you know how it is, the louder they kick and scream, the closer they are to their demise.

      1. 5thDrawer Avatar

        Indeed … with propaganda so thick it makes them incapable of bending, they will break when the wind is strong enough.
        Hmmm .. now, if everyone takes that offer to show up one day in the cabinet, and farts at the same time …..

        1. 7akibalash Avatar

          lol, my money is on the cabinet members smelling better after the farting protest.
          in the civilised world, the politicians work for the people and fear them, in lebanon this standard is flipped on its head, the people work for the “politicians”/”warlords” and fear them. our problems are rooted in our culture, for instance did you know that in lebanon you can be jailed for years just for cursing someone? did you know that killing someone is justifiable in the court by silly defenses like “he cursed my mother”? what kind of society do you expect to have when everyone is watching every word that comes out of their mouth out of fear of what thugs might do to them. my folks wont talk politics on the phone, I think its stupid, there needs to be more voices not less, no matter the consequences. if you ever want to have freedom of speech and thought, atleast one generation needs to sacrifice for the next by taking the punishment from the thugs till everyone stands together and plows the thugs underground where they belong otherwise the problem grows bigger and its roots reach deeper.
          hizbilkharaganda, it’s 2011 and some are still gobbling their bullshit… its amazing

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    nah.. the Lebanese will never learn..they should just let Hezbollah and Iran rules and destroy, democracy, freedoms and the sovereignty of Lebanon..

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      what is there to be learned? learn how to bow down to thugs and criminals? what a beautifull life that is….
      according to your logic we need to bow down to hizbilkhara and praise them day and night otherwise “el bou3bou3” will come get us, right?
      scare tactics nothing more, terrorists love to terrorise and the only way they know how to hold power is by keeping the peope terrified of them. this is hizbilkhara’s biggest weapon “scare tactics”… one needs not be afraid of those thugs, they are desperate and you know how it is, the louder they kick and scream, the closer they are to their demise.

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        Indeed … with propaganda so thick it makes them incapable of bending, they will break when the wind is strong enough.
        Hmmm .. now, if everyone takes that offer to show up one day in the cabinet, and farts at the same time …..

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          lol, my money is on the cabinet members smelling better after the farting protest.
          in the civilised world, the politicians work for the people and fear them, in lebanon this standard is flipped on its head, the people work for the “politicians”/”warlords” and fear them. our problems are rooted in our culture, for instance did you know that in lebanon you can be jailed for years just for cursing someone? did you know that killing someone is justifiable in the court by silly defenses like “he cursed my mother”? what kind of society do you expect to have when everyone is watching every word that comes out of their mouth out of fear of what thugs might do to them. my folks wont talk politics on the phone, I think its stupid, there needs to be more voices not less, no matter the consequences. if you ever want to have freedom of speech and thought, atleast one generation needs to sacrifice for the next by taking the punishment from the thugs till everyone stands together and plows the thugs underground where they belong otherwise the problem grows bigger and its roots reach deeper.
          hizbilkharaganda, it’s 2011 and some are still gobbling their bullshit… its amazing

    2.  Avatar

      what is there to be learned? learn how to bow down to thugs and criminals? what a beautifull life that is….
      according to your logic we need to bow down to hizbilkhara and praise them day and night otherwise “el bou3bou3” will come get us, right?
      scare tactics nothing more, terrorists love to terrorise and the only way they know how to hold power is by keeping the peope terrified of them. this is hizbilkhara’s biggest weapon “scare tactics”… one needs not be afraid of those thugs, they are desperate and you know how it is, the louder they kick and scream, the closer they are to their demise.

  5. It is well known by everyone in and out of Lebanon, that Hezbollah has the strongest military faction in Lebanon, and could by military force take over all of the Lebanon, if they should so desire. In fact if Syria ever fell, Iran will turn Lebanon into an Iranian military base, like it or not. This is why Lebanese politicians must always swim and keep there close dry at the same time, other wise it will end up in a blood bath, with a winner already known. 

  6. It is well known by everyone in and out of Lebanon, that Hezbollah has the strongest military faction in Lebanon, and could by military force take over all of the Lebanon, if they should so desire. In fact if Syria ever fell, Iran will turn Lebanon into an Iranian military base, like it or not. This is why Lebanese politicians must always swim and keep there close dry at the same time, other wise it will end up in a blood bath, with a winner already known. 

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      You dont know what you are talking about. Israel with all its tanks, artillery and soldiers barely held on to Beirut in 1982 and withdrew quickly to the south. You think Hezbollah will be able to hold the whole country?!?!?

  7. antar2011 Avatar

    i do not think the international nor the Arab world would allow for another lebanese civil war…

    for those who are fearing the weapons of Hizbollah, learn something off the syrian revolution….walaw pple haven’t we broken t=our fear in 2005?

  8. antar2011 Avatar

    i do not think the international nor the Arab world would allow for another lebanese civil war…

    for those who are fearing the weapons of Hizbollah, learn something off the syrian revolution….walaw pple haven’t we broken t=our fear in 2005?

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    i do not think the international nor the Arab world would allow for another lebanese civil war…

    for those who are fearing the weapons of Hizbollah, learn something off the syrian revolution….walaw pple haven’t we broken t=our fear in 2005?

  10. Civil war ! What are you talking about? Who is going to fight who?>

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    Civil war ! What are you talking about? Who is going to fight who?>

  12. “Raad warned the March 14 parties Sunday that Hezbollah’s patience and
    tolerance with their campaigns against them have limits, saying any
    foreign intervention in Lebanon will be stopped by the resistance.”

    Man what cry babies! Oh please stop saying things about us, its not fair! What are they going to do about it if they dont stop??… these guys have to see what goes on and what is said in the Australian parliament where they slag each other off openly! Now thats real politics!

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    “Raad warned the March 14 parties Sunday that Hezbollah’s patience and
    tolerance with their campaigns against them have limits, saying any
    foreign intervention in Lebanon will be stopped by the resistance.”

    Man what cry babies! Oh please stop saying things about us, its not fair! What are they going to do about it if they dont stop??… these guys have to see what goes on and what is said in the Australian parliament where they slag each other off openly! Now thats real politics!

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