Iran plunged Hezbollah into Syrian war, Tufaili

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sobhi-tufailiFormer Hezbollah Secretary General Sheikh Sobhi Tufaili said that Iran pushed Hezbollah into the Syrian civil war and this could open the door to a Sunni-Shiite war.

He said the civil war in Syria has turned into a sectarian war between the Alawites , of which Syrian president Bashar al Assad is a member and the mostly Sunni rebels.

The former Hezbollah chief said at his home in the town of Baalbeck,( a Hezbollah stronghold) that the intervention of Hezbollah “could threaten the very existence of the resistance and this is not a respectable position to be in.”

He added that he never expected Hezbollah to join the war but predicted that Assad will fall. He said “Hezbollah could delay the fall of Assad but could not prevent it”.

Sheikh Tufaili added:

“As the former Secretary General of Hezbollah , I know that the decision to push Hezbollah into the Syrian war was made in Iran. He added “Political decsions are always 100% Iranian although Iran doesn not get involved in all the little details .

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18 responses to “Iran plunged Hezbollah into Syrian war, Tufaili”

  1. The real lebanese Avatar
    The real lebanese

    Losing popularity every day…

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    The real lebanese

    Losing popularity every day…

  3. Freedom4Syria&Lebanon Avatar
    Freedom4Syria&Lebanon

    Finally someone that tells it as it is. Thank you!

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    Freedom4Syria&Lebanon

    Finally someone that tells it as it is. Thank you!

  5. Guest Avatar

    Not all Shias support everything that Hezbollah and Iran do. What are any Muslims doing living in Baal’s Baalbeck?

    1. 5thDrawer Avatar
      5thDrawer

      Well Guest, We saw what happened to some who do not support.
      As for Baalbeck, they are still trying to figure out how a crowd of drunks could possibly build that Temple Of Bacchus. 😉

    2. Hannibal Avatar
      Hannibal

      Don’t mess with Baal 😉
      HanniBaal

  6. Guest Avatar

    Not all Shias support everything that Hezbollah and Iran do. What are any Muslims doing living in Baal’s Baalbeck?

    1. 5thDrawer Avatar
      5thDrawer

      Well Guest, We saw what happened to some who do not support.
      As for Baalbeck, they are still trying to figure out how a crowd of drunks could possibly build that Temple Of Bacchus. 😉

    2. Hannibal Avatar
      Hannibal

      Don’t mess with Baal 😉
      HanniBaal

  7. It is amazing people wake up now when sunnis are masacrated in Syria.Those same people were so stupid to think that Hz was at the forefront of the fight against Israel.For sure that many ignorants take for granted the assertion of Hz that Israel is to blame for the syrian situation.

    1. 5thDrawer Avatar
      5thDrawer

      More than that. They believe ‘The West’ created everything bad in the whole Middle East since the Crusades – or even, forever, considering that Rome is to the West.

  8. It is amazing people wake up now when sunnis are masacrated in Syria.Those same people were so stupid to think that Hz was at the forefront of the fight against Israel.For sure that many ignorants take for granted the assertion of Hz that Israel is to blame for the syrian situation.

    1. 5thDrawer Avatar
      5thDrawer

      More than that. They believe ‘The West’ created everything bad in the Middle East since the Crusades – or even, forever.

  9. Guest Avatar

    From the Quranic Arabic Corpus – Ontology of Quranic ConceptsBaal (بعل) is the name of a false deity mentioned in the Quran. This concept is part of the following classification in the ontology:Concept (root)False DeityBaal (بعل)Quranic ConceptBaalبعلTranslationBaalTransliterationbaʿlCategoryFalse Deity

    Baal is referred to in verse (37:125) of chapter (37) sūrat l-ṣāfāt (Those Ranges in Ranks):

    Sahih International: Do you call upon Ba’l and leave the best of creators –

    1. 5thDrawer Avatar
      5thDrawer

      Did you ever consider they might ALL be false fairy-tales?

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    From the Quranic Arabic Corpus – Ontology of Quranic ConceptsBaal (بعل) is the name of a false deity mentioned in the Quran. This concept is part of the following classification in the ontology:Concept (root)False DeityBaal (بعل)Quranic ConceptBaalبعلTranslationBaalTransliterationbaʿlCategoryFalse Deity

    Baal is referred to in verse (37:125) of chapter (37) sūrat l-ṣāfāt (Those Ranges in Ranks):

    Sahih International: Do you call upon Ba’l and leave the best of creators –

    1. 5thDrawer Avatar
      5thDrawer

      Did you ever consider they might ALL be false fairy-tales?

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