Sons of 2 Hezbollah officials wounded in Syria battle

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The sons of two Hezbollah key officials , MP Mohammed Raad and caretaker Minister of State for Administrative Reform Mohammed Fneish were wounded during the battles in the Syrian town of al-Qusayer, Kuwaiti al-Seyassah newspaper reported on Thursday.

According to the report, Fneish’s son sustained “serious injuries” in his face and is undergoing a surgery in one of Beirut’s hospitals.

Syria’s rebels conceded on Wednesday they had lost the battle for the strategic town of Qusayr but vowed to fight “thousands of Lebanese mercenaries ( Hezbollah fighters ) ” after the army seized total control of it and the surrounding region.

The military chief of the main umbrella group of Syrian rebels said his men are ready to fight Hezbollah militants inside Lebanon. Gen Selim Idriss of the Free Syrian Army told the BBC that Hezbollah fighters were “invading” Syria and Lebanon was doing nothing to stop them.

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32 responses to “Sons of 2 Hezbollah officials wounded in Syria battle”

  1. Constantin7 Avatar
    Constantin7

    To the FSA: The reason HA is in Syria is because the Syrian government asked them to be there, so if you want to fight HA I advise you to fight them in Syria, NOT IN LEBANON. You cannot afford spreading your fighters to Lebanon, concentrate on your goal: SYRIA. Besides if the FSA fighters come to Lebanon they will face almost unanimous opposition by ALL the Lebanese. So STAY in SYRIA.

    1. libnan1 Avatar
      libnan1

      Opposition from all Lebanese except Haririst !!!!

    2. MekensehParty Avatar
      MekensehParty

      Lebanese involvement will not go unpunished
      the cowards in Lebanon whether with or against Hezbollah will pay dearly,
      pray that the FSA will be the one that will lead the reprisals and not al-nusra and the likes
      unanimous opposition from the cowards mean nothing to hundred of thousands of soon to be well armed Syrian rebels that will inevitably flock to your cities and villages

      1. Constantin7 Avatar
        Constantin7

        Lebanon has always defeated all invaders and intruders, we fought the Israelis and kicked them out (I admit thanks to HA and at the time I was very much pro HA), we kicked out the Palestinians/PLO, we kicked out the Syrian army…No foreigner occupier will ever survive in Lebanon. If they ever think to come to Lebanon to fight in Lebanon, I am 100% positive that Christians, Shiaa, Druze and Aalawites and many Sunnis too will unite to fight them. Any intrusion by the FSA or Al Nusra in Lebanon will be a big boost to HA in Lebanon, and all christians, at least, would unite to back HA, because in Lebanon there is no place for Salafis and Sunni extremism. I am sure also the Sunnis would fight the intruders. A very small minority of the Lebanese Sunnis would reluctantly support the FSA and Al Nusra presence in Lebanon.

        1. AntiFSA Avatar
          AntiFSA

          I can’t believe it, however I totally agree 100% Constantin, lol. If these animals so much as think as bringing the fight to Lebanon, They will surely see their demise.

        2. MekensehParty Avatar
          MekensehParty

          The ambassador of lalaland just spoke
          this is wishful thinking buddy
          Unity in Lebanon will come when you will have 24/7 electricity: NEVER!

          1. AntiFSA Avatar
            AntiFSA

            And you are the ambassador of the typical arrogant Yanks.

  2. Constantin7 Avatar
    Constantin7

    To the FSA: The reason HA is in Syria is because the Syrian government asked them to be there, so if you want to fight HA I advise you to fight them in Syria, NOT IN LEBANON. You cannot afford spreading your fighters to Lebanon, concentrate on your goal: SYRIA. Besides if the FSA fighters come to Lebanon they will face almost unanimous opposition by ALL the Lebanese. So STAY in SYRIA.

    1. libnan1 Avatar
      libnan1

      Opposition from all Lebanese except Haririst !!!!

    2. MekensehParty Avatar
      MekensehParty

      Lebanese involvement will not go unpunished
      the cowards in Lebanon whether with or against Hezbollah will pay dearly,
      pray that the FSA will be the one that will lead the reprisals and not al-nusra and the likes
      unanimous opposition from the cowards mean nothing to hundred of thousands of soon to be well armed Syrian rebels that will inevitably flock to your cities and villages

      1. Constantin7 Avatar
        Constantin7

        Lebanon has always defeated all invaders and intruders, we fought the Israelis and kicked them out (I admit thanks to HA and at the time I was very much pro HA), we kicked out the Palestinians/PLO, we kicked out the Syrian army…No foreigner occupier will ever survive in Lebanon. If they ever think to come to Lebanon to fight in Lebanon, I am 100% positive that Christians, Shiaa, Druze and Aalawites and many Sunnis too will unite to fight them. Any intrusion by the FSA or Al Nusra in Lebanon will be a big boost to HA in Lebanon, and all christians, at least, would unite to back HA, because in Lebanon there is no place for Salafis and Sunni extremism. I am sure also the Sunnis would fight the intruders. A very small minority of the Lebanese Sunnis would reluctantly support the FSA and Al Nusra presence in Lebanon.

        1. AntiFSA Avatar
          AntiFSA

          I can’t believe it, however I totally agree 100% Constantin, lol. If these animals so much as think as bring the fight to Lebanon, They will surely see their demise.

        2. MekensehParty Avatar
          MekensehParty

          The ambassador of lalaland just spoke
          this is wishful thinking buddy
          Unity in Lebanon will come when you will have 24/7 electricity: NEVER!

          1. AntiFSA Avatar
            AntiFSA

            And you are the ambassador of the typical arrogant Yanks.

  3. 5thDrawer Avatar
    5thDrawer

    One guy who is assured of great medical care. I can hear Raad in there commanding the poor doctors: ‘Fix him faster … he has to get back to the jihad.’

    1. dateam Avatar

      I wonder how many rebel fighters were given preferential treatment in tripolis hospitals while the locals waited outside? I wonder how many of the executive branch of the syrian oppositions sons are in the front lines? I wonder how many of our beloved politicians sons ever served in our army? Dont worry hzb provides medical expenses and pension plans as well as well as widows pensions. They also provide social services just ask mitt romney he even acknowledged it in one of his speeches once.( youtube)

      1. 5thDrawer Avatar
        5thDrawer

        Yallah Datem … I KNOW !! And no-one else gets it. Are they ‘running’ a country here???
        Only one sect …
        In Tripoli, a doctor I know has been plucking out bullets for a few weeks steadily … from ‘Tripolians’ … who usually can’t even get medicine for things like Diabetes because they can’t afford it … and they stop the bleeding. Anything after that is a toss-up of course … you might not be able to find the money for the related disease you caught in the hospital, for instance, or from the ‘hot-blood transfers’, but you might recover from the bullets – externally anyway. ‘The System’ is based on war-philosphy. Bullets get care – general health doesn’t.
        More and more often, I think it should really be the other way around. They fix up idiots who go back out and are handed another gun. A sick woman – or one with a bullet hole – would go home to care for her kids instead. (The starving simply starve.)
        We won’t talk about the shootings INSIDE the hospitals this past year … although I suppose some poor doctor had to fix them up too … after some other doctors were killed and expensive equipment – which could be used for nicer people – was trashed.
        The MENTALITY OF THE GUN … reigns all. (You can replace gun with sword … it fits.)

        Footnote: I hear some ‘contracted’ doctors didn’t get paid last month … someone ran out of money ??? Or did it go for guns?

        1. dateam Avatar

          Do you remember last year when i told you my friends sister was visiting from australia and her 2 tear old son had breathing problems….they took him to 4 hospitals in tripoli and all of them knocked them back…in the end she rang the australian consulate…they sent her an ambulance from beirut…sadly by the time they got to beirut her son didnt make it….at least the so called “infidels” try.

          1. 5thDrawer Avatar
            5thDrawer

            Too sad, Dateam … I have a few stories as well … they go on even now. 🙁
            Friends in Beirut – as I’ve said here before – talk about Tripoli being a ‘Different Country’ and warn about being careful there … and the friends in Tripoli actually FEEL AND KNOW they are largely ignored in almost EVERYTHING by Beirut – although BOTH ends of that spectrum ARE LEBANESE!
            ‘You die on the hospital door’ – favourite line in Tripoli.
            Years ago, I walked through Tyre with an uncle of a friend … came across a fairly new looking building (as opposed to the older, broken, and cracked stuff after Israeli-treatment) and said: ‘Oh that looks nice.’ His answer: ‘Yes. That’s where you go to die.’ A hospital, of course. :-/
            NONE of the hospitals are LEBANESE. !!!!!!!!!!!!!
            (Pick a sect, it’s poor and you may not be ‘right’ for it – pick a private one, but have money, and hope there’s a bed available….)
            (I agree- the ‘American’ is best, as everyone knows – and ONLY found in Beirut.)
            I see one politician (at least) TRYING to instigate Some tiny ‘GENERAL Health Plan’ – which might help the hospitals too – for THE HALF of the population who can’t afford the high insurance rates. What do you think the odds are that they will ALL agree???
            And Tripoli is the second biggest city. Of what is supposed to be Lebanon. Imagine you are in a small town in any of the hills …..

          2. AntiFSA Avatar
            AntiFSA

            Dateam, my cousins and his little boy had a similar experience in Lebanon. Had it not been for his brother who is a General in the Lebanese army, His boy would have not made it. Very upsetting. There are many similar stories unfortunately.

        2. libnan1 Avatar
          libnan1

          5th, in that case the solution is easy if you have medical issues just run out on the street the minute you hear shooting and hope to get shot (not critically).

          1. 5thDrawer Avatar
            5thDrawer

            hahahahahhahahaahaa … hmmmm … with The Glenfiddich. 🙂 (antiseptic)
            Wait … a story … last year, a friend from Jordan visiting Tripoli (business) inadvertently walked into a little shooting war … had heart-attack. They DID pick him up with the other bodies – and got him back. 🙂 (he wasn’t accustomed to it)
            So did Jordan get him back … ASAP. :-)))

  4. 5thDrawer Avatar
    5thDrawer

    One guy who is assured of great medical care. I can hear Raad in there commanding the poor doctors: ‘Fix him faster … he has to get back to the jihad.’

    1. dateam Avatar

      I wonder how many rebel fighters were given preferential treatment in tripolis hospitals while the locals waited outside? I wonder how many of the executive branch of the syrian oppositions sons are in the front lines? I wonder how many of our beloved politicians sons ever served in our army? Dont worry hzb provides medical expenses and pension plans as well as well as widows pensions. They also provide social services just ask mitt romney he even acknowledged it in one of his speeches once.( youtube)

      1. 5thDrawer Avatar
        5thDrawer

        Yallah Datem … I KNOW !! And no-one else gets it. Are they ‘running’ a country here???
        Only one sect …
        In Tripoli, a doctor I know has been plucking out bullets for a few weeks steadily … from ‘Tripolians’ … who usually can’t even get medicine for things like Diabetes because they can’t afford it … and they stop the bleeding. Anything after that is a toss-up of course … you might not be able to find the money for the related disease you caught in the hospital, for instance, or from the ‘hot-blood’ transfers, but you might recover from the bullets – externally anyway. ‘The System’ is based on war-philosphy. Bullets get care – general health doesn’t.
        More and more often, I think it should really be the other way around. They fix up idiots who go back out and are handed another gun. A sick woman – or one with a bullet hole – would go home to care for her kids instead.
        We won’t talk about the shooting INSIDE the hospital this past year … although I suppose some poor doctor had to fix them up too … after some other doctors were killed and expensive equipment – which could be used for better people – was trashed.

        1. dateam Avatar

          Do you remember last year when i told you my friends sister was visiting from australia and her 2 tear old son had breathing problems….they took him to 4 hospitals in tripoli and all of them knocked them back…in the end she rang the australian consulate…they sent her an ambulance from beirut…sadly by the time they got to beirut her son didnt make it….at least the so called “infidels” try.

          1. 5thDrawer Avatar
            5thDrawer

            Too sad, Dateam … I have a few stories as well … they go on even now. 🙁
            Friends in Beirut – as I’ve said here before – talk about Tripoli being a ‘Different Country’ and warn about being careful there … and the friends in Tripoli actually FEEL AND KNOW they are largely ignored in almost EVERYTHING by Beirut – although BOTH ends of that spectrum ARE LEBANESE!
            ‘You die on the hospital door’ – favourite line in Tripoli.
            Years ago, I walked through Tyre with an uncle of a friend … came across a fairly new looking building (as opposed to the older, broken, and cracked stuff after Israeli-treatment) and said: ‘Oh that looks nice.’ His answer: ‘Yes. That’s where you go to die.’ A hospital, of course. :-/
            NONE of the hospitals are LEBANESE. !!!!!!!!!!!!!
            (Pick a sect, it’s poor and you may not be ‘right’ for it – pick a private one, but have money, and hope there’s a bed available….)
            (I agree- the ‘American’ is best, as everyone knows – and ONLY found in Beirut.)
            I see one politician (at least) TRYING to instigate Some tiny ‘GENERAL Health Plan’ – which might help the hospitals too – for THE HALF of the population who can’t afford the high insurance rates. What do you think the odds are that they will ALL agree???
            And Tripoli is the second biggest city. Of what is supposed to be Lebanon. Imagine you are in a small town in any of the hills …..

          2. AntiFSA Avatar
            AntiFSA

            Dateam, my cousins and his little boy had a similar experience in Lebanon. Had it not been for his brother who is a General in the Lebanese army, His boy would have not made it. Very upsetting. There are many similar stories unfortunately.

        2. libnan1 Avatar
          libnan1

          5th, in that case the solution is easy if you have medical issues just run out on the street the minute you hear shooting and hope to get shot (not critically).

          1. 5thDrawer Avatar
            5thDrawer

            hahahahahhahahaahaa … hmmmm … with The Glenfiddich. 🙂 (antiseptic)

  5. Patience2 Avatar
    Patience2

    Too bad they were wounded … you get my meaning.

  6. Patience2 Avatar
    Patience2

    Too bad they were wounded … you get my meaning.

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