Our friend, USA / Leftists say no to war!

John Bolton: Syria must pressure HezbAllah to stop firing rockets at Israeli civilians.

John Bolton: Syria must pressure HezbAllah to hand over the two Israeli soldiers.

I wonder:

Who will pressure Israel to stop dropping 23 ton bombs on Lebanese civilians?

Who will pressure Israel to hand over Lebanese hostages in Israeli jails?

Who will pressure Israel to stop targeting journalists and TV stations?

Who will pressure Israel to lift its siege, which is an act of war against all of Lebanon?

Who?

Not our good friend the USA, surely?

In other news, Israel has threatened to level 10 apartment buildings for every rocket that hits Haifa. Like they were not doing it long before any rocket landed in Haifa. But wait, isn’t that an admission by Israel that it is unable to stop HezbAllah from firing rockets, so the only thing it can do is destroy residential buildings and kill civilians? These residential buildings will later be claimed to have been HezbAllah headquarters, or otherwise housing HezbAllah rocket launchers… And Israel will claim that it has destroyed another 10% of HezbAllah capabilities.

Having in mind that an all-serious tone on the blog would turn off many readers who argue that we must always find something to laugh about even when bombs are falling on our heads, I have decided to launch a funny Middle Eastern quote of the day initiative. Here’s today’s:

“Israel’s offensive in Lebanon is not aimed at destroying HezbAllah.” – Avi Dichter

I have been following closely the Israeli protests (at least 2 so far) against the war, and it’s amazing how some people (West Bank settler types / right-wing fascists – but I repeat myself..) have been attempting to minimize the extent of Israeli opposition to this war. A figure of hundreds and thousands has been reduced to tens, and in most Israeli media not even reported at all… I find it ironic that Ha’aretz, the so-called left-leaning paper, has rallied behind the Olmert-Peretz axis more than the relatively centrist Yediot Achronot… These days Ha’aretz is sounding like an IDF official newspaper / press release center more than anything else…

Anarchists, communists, socialists, leftists of the region unite!

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17 responses to “Our friend, USA / Leftists say no to war!

  1. You are a funny guy, can you answer a simple question?

    Can you tell me what’s HezbAllah’s contribution to the current situation?

    “The best analysis of the crisis, by far, is this one by Martin Kramer. It’s long, but it’s worth quoting most of it: Hezbollah’s hubris has created an opportunity for Israel.”

    Links:
    http://beirut2bayside.blogspot.com/

    “Hezbollah’s hubris has created an opportunity for Israel.

    “Since Israel’s withdrawal from Lebanon, Hezbollah has basked in the illusion that it defeated Israel – that it somehow discovered a path to victory that had eluded Arab governments and the Palestinian movement. It began to puff itself up, as the only force willing and able to stand up to Israel. Hezbollah lost its respect for Israeli power, and began to portray Israel as unable to sustain a protracted conflict.

    “Nasrallah allowed a personality cult to develop around himself, and Hezbollah marketed him as the only strategic genius in the Arab world. Increasingly, it would seem that the higher echelons in Hezbollah began to believe their own propaganda.

    “I doubt Hezbollah expected the Israeli reaction to be as swift, extensive and destructive as it has been. Hezbollah probably believed it would score a few points in Arab public opinion by a cross-border operation, and that it would make one more incremental change in the rules of the game.

    “It was a strategic miscalculation. Hezbollah didn’t internalize changes in the broader strategic climate. The top regional issue today is Iran’s nuclear drive, not the fate of Hamas or the Palestinian issue. If Hezbollah had understood this fully, it would have laid very low until needed by Iran in a mega-crisis with the United States. At that point, its threats against Israel would have been added to the overall deterrent capabilities of Iran, and might have caused the United States to think twice.

    “Hezbollah apparently didn’t understand this. If Iran was directly involved in the decision, it also shows an erosion of discipline in Iran’s own decision-making process. Iran had nothing to gain from this little adventure, and a lot to lose. It may well be that President Ahmadinejad’s rhetoric is beginning to cloud judgment in Tehran.

    “In any case, it is in the interests of Israel and the United States to deal with the Hezbollah threat now, and not later in the midst of a far more dangerous crisis over Iran’s nuclear plans. So a war now to degrade Hezbollah is a shared Israel-U.S. interest, which means that Israel can wage it without many constraints.

    “Hezbollah now finds itself spending all sorts of military assets that were supposed to serve a much more important purpose than freeing a few Lebanese prisoners or winning a few propaganda points. These are assets it probably won’t be able to replenish, and their very use exposes them and makes them vulnerable.

    “In sum, Hezbollah overplayed its hand, and Israel is taking full advantage of its mistake.”

    What is the way to end the crisis? And can Israel defeat Hezbollah?

    “Ending the crisis is obviously not an end in itself. The objective has to be to reduce Hezbollah to a negligible factor in larger calculations, to degrade and deplete its capabilities, to the point where it’s about as significant a constraint as the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt or Jordan. It will take some time to reverse the years of neglect, and Hezbollah will not allow the halo around it to be smashed without fighting back. But Israel has a U.S. license to take its time now and get it right, and it would be foolish not to use it.

    “In any event, Israel has no choice. Islamism has come to fill the space that used to be occupied by Arab nationalism in Nasser’s time: an ideology of rejection, resistance and false promise of a Middle East without Israel. Israel’s withdrawals from Lebanon and Gaza, whatever their merits, have only fed this Islamism with lore of sacrifice and victory. The Islamists have a narrative, and they think the world conforms to it. The narrative is based on a very partial reading of reality. It has to be defeated, just as Nasser’s narrative had to be defeated. It took the 1967 war to demolish the Arab nationalist/Nasserist narrative. Israel has no choice but to deliver a blow sufficient to destroy the Islamist narrative, in which Hezbollah looms large.

    “Incredibly, Nasrallah is making the same mistakes as Nasser. By puffing himself up, he isn’t deterring Israel; at this point, he’s only making himself and his movement a bigger and more legitimate target. Hezbollah has become a prisoner of its own myth, which is that at any moment it can go one-on-one against Israel – and win. It can’t,, and now is the best opportunity to prove it – to Lebanese Shiites, to all Lebanese and to the rest of the Arab-Muslim world.

    “At any moment in time, it is Israel that can turn Nasrallah either into a cinder or a shadow figure like Osama bin Laden, reduced to sending defiant missives from some basement or cave. And Israel can scatter the big chiefs of Hezbollah like the United States scattered the Taliban. This has to be the objective – bin Ladenization of Nasrallah, Talibanization of Hezbollah – and it is not beyond reach. Of course, bin Laden and the Taliban still exist, but they aren’t a regional or global factor. That is the objective here as well.

    “Any number of developments could threaten this scenario. It’s not so much what Hezbollah might do, as what mistakes Israel might make. The most obvious pitfalls are too much ‘collateral damage’ or a reoccupation of part of Lebanon. Either could drain Israel legitimacy, sap American support and leave Israel isolated. Since this is a new government headed by a new prime minister, it’s impossible to predict whether they will know how to handle the unexpected twists that are inevitable in war.”

    How popular, influential and strong is Hezbollah in Lebanon?

    “Lebanon is a divided society. Hezbollah’s power base is limited to the Shiite community, and even there, allegiance is not total.

    “Hezbollah basked in the admiration of many Lebanese after Israel’s withdrawal, but that aura has been eroded steadily over the past few years. This is because, following Israel’s withdrawal, Hezbollah’s continued ‘resistance’ along the border fell outside the national consensus.

    “As a result, we have seen more and more political figures in Lebanon criticize Hezbollah. The Nasrallah personality cult has been a way to keep the faithful in line. Not so long ago, Hezbollah thugs took to the streets after a Lebanese television station broadcast a satire of Nasrallah. The mob burned tires and cars. The episode showed that Nasrallah’s moral standing had slipped, and that the movement had been reduced to intimidation to keep up the facade.

    “The point here is that Hezbollah is no longer the darling of Lebanese nationalism, and its recent conduct has made it increasingly look like something foreign. This is certainly the message that is being sent by leaders of most other factions in the country: that Hezbollah has usurped the power of decision-making on war and peace from the legitimately constituted government, and that it is acting outside the Lebanese national interest. The more Israel intensifies its attacks, the more that criticism is likely to spread – even among Shiites. I do not see the country rallying around Hezbollah.”

    Do you expect this crisis will tear apart the fragile fabric of Lebanese society?

    “I don’t know about the society, but I do expect it to tear apart the fragile fiction of Lebanese politics. An independent Lebanon is incompatible with an extra-legal, extra-territorial status for any militia. This fact could be papered over before; now it is exposed for all to see.

    “Of course, no one faction in Lebanon is in a position to disarm Hezbollah, and neither is the government. Only Shiite opinion can achieve this. So it is up to Israel to demolish Hezbollah’s argument that its arms deter Israel. Israel must demonstrate the opposite: that Hezbollah’s arms invite Israeli attack, especially against Shiites. Only if the Shiites themselves realize this, and only if they become the main source of criticism of Hezbollah’s strategy, will Hezbollah feel compelled to modify it. This will not happen overnight; it could take months or years.

    “What is certain is that Lebanon is better prepared to confront its devils now than it was 10 or 15 years ago. There is a new generation that does not want to go back to the old days. It is they who will have to come out in the streets to make yet another Cedar Revolution – this time, one in which the Shiites have a predominant role.”

  2. It’s always been amazing to me how one-sided the propaganda war has been (as well as the real wars) – ever since the very first foray with the Zionists of Europe chanting “A Land Without People for a People Without Land” illusion which led to the ill-fated Balfour Declaration in the late ’40s. Problem was, there were about 800,000 Palestinians actually there at the time!

    The same one-sidedness continues up to today. HezbAllah captures a couple of soldiers and all hell breaks loose. Israel captures 10,000, keeps them locked up without being charged, on multiply renewable sentences? The world shrugs.

    It’s like a boxing match to me. The 800-pound gorilla is beating the 90-pound weakling to a pulp. The 90-pound weakling gets off a lucky punch and the audience is outraged! The brutality! How could we allow this to happen?

    It has never ceased to amaze me the level and frequency of Israeli actions that are no less than barbaric, stupid, ill-thought-out, unproductive, and downright criminal, and…nothing seems to happen. When an attack happens on Israel of the same ilk, they gas up the tanks and go nuts. Unfortunately, Lebanon, Syria, Iran, and Palestine do not have the same sophisticated military hardware and training – the only thing that would make these frequent binges of terror from Israel stop.

    I’ll give you an answer to the problem – military parity. Syria, Iran, Lebanon, and Palestine with the latest military equipment and access to real-time satellite data on the movements of its agressive neighbor (as Israel already has – compliments the USA). Only that will make the barbarians think twice before blowing up families, houses, refugee camps, and whole neighborhoods. Only that.

  3. Well i have been thinking about this since yesterday but no one is going to get victory from this anarchistan hizbullah might have victory but that does not mean victory for lebanon only more and more syrian and iranian involement in your country .And as for israel god only knows what will happen there

  4. can you please post more battle updates? what will determine the outcome? will israel invade?
    is hezbollah running efficient defences in the south? what is happening on the battle front.
    it seems that US is hoping for Israel to degrade Hezbollah to such an extent that an outside force
    can invade lebanon and police it for israel. the only limit to this will be Hezbollah staying
    strong militarily. yes or no?

  5. “I’ll give you an answer to the problem – military parity.” Not necessarily. Maintaining a military equal to Israel’s is expensive (Israel can afford it because of the large amount of aid they receive from the US), and with the US making most of the advanced weapons, they wouldn’t even be able to get them. Also, the countries would have to be and remain united, which, as we can see from this conflict and other ones in the region, is not likely anytime soon. Nuclear deterrent is another option, but expensive and dangerous. Also, it’d be dangerous to develop with the US ready to strike/invade before you get anywhere close.

  6. Hello Jerry (I’m an alumnus of the uni you’re from!),

    Sure, I can try to post battle updates (whenever I can get my hands on some!). Israel’s statements on the possibility of large-scale invasion are (so far) confusing (in my opinion intentionally so). But I doubt it will take place. To answer your other question: I was reading a piece on Israel’s Lebanon policy back in 1993, and much of it is an exact replica of what’s happening today in the South (to a less extent in Beirut). I will write about it soon.

  7. Hi Anarchistian,

    I am a British woman living in Cyprus with my Armenian/Lebanese husband, I came across your bloggs looking for lots more information on the Lebanon situation and how it effects my husbands family that live in the bekaa region, however after reading your own struggle with identity and the road it took you down have become faced with some thoughts about my own husband I was already thinking about. I do not wish to speak about my husband on a public forum but would really like to your e-mail address so if you are willing can discuss some issues and challenges I think he may have in his upbringing which is very very similar to yours and as I wish to help him all I can too want to gain a greater understanding of all issues both personal and country wide. Would you be able to do that for me so we can talk more privately? Warm Regards Julie

  8. Enrico,

    Did you actually read Kramer’s article? What kind of twisted peson would call the unimaginable sufferung of Lebanon an “opportunity” for Israel.

    The fact that Tony Badran of Beirut2Bayside quotes Martin Kramer says more about Tony Badran than about Hizbollah. Badran works for the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, which was set up to provide PR to Israel. I left a comment on Tony’s blog calling on him, as a patriotic Lebanese, to immediately resign from FDD. He deleted my comment.

  9. Kramer’s article is the picture perfect example of the kind of
    arrogance that the world has been subjected to from the US and
    its “prodigal son”, Israel. Really, is it HizbAllah who has
    puffed itself up, or the US and Isreal? This kind of blatant
    war propaganda is almost laughable! The US is not the “be all
    and end all” of super powers… they tried to eliminate communism
    and ended up with a disasterous and costly war in Vietnam (which
    ended with a miserable defeat). They tried to destroy the Taleban
    in Afghanistan (which they had supported against the ex-Soviet
    Union) and ended up pulling its troops out and passing the buck
    to the Canadian soldiers, who continue to lose lives there (two
    died yesterday). And Iraq… don’t get me started on Iraq…
    although the US administration will not admit it, the invasion
    of Iraq will probably go down in history as the worst American
    mistake in the Middle East…
    I wonder if the Canadian forces will eventually
    field this one too! So, in short, what the hell makes any Israel
    supporter beleive with such conviction that this terrorist country
    is simply invincible? Is it because it is supported by a US
    administration that is turning allies into opponents at every
    turn? Or is it because Israel has the state-of-the-art fighter
    jets, helicopters and artillery that it is using to massacre
    its neighbours? The fact that Israeli media is playing down
    its “military setbacks”, embellishing its “military victories” and
    ignoring anti-war demonstrations in its country, seems to prove
    that in fact it is Israel that is puffing itself up and really
    believing all the crap political dogma that is being spit out
    by the politicians and the army.
    HizbAllah is not about religious fanaticism, it is not about
    hate-inspired speeches, it is not about Nasser….
    comparing this resistance group to anything that has
    emerged in Middle Eastern history would be a mistake.
    HizbAllah, although Israel and its supporters will never admit it,
    has very broad support, not just by Shiites. And for the
    last time, I think it is very naive to translate political
    differences and discussions within Lebanon about HizbAllah into a
    sign of sectarian tension or a waning of Hizballah support…
    Israel’s greed, violent crimes against humanity and
    blatant disregard of any nation’s right to sovereignty has
    galvanized HizbAllah’s support… not just within Lebanon, but
    all over the world… People I know here in Canada (who are not Arabs)
    have expressed to me their support of HizbAllah… you know why?
    They can finally see through all the lies and rediculous Israeli
    ploys!)
    I have an idea….. Israel: give back ALL Lebanese land, give back
    the Syrian Golan Heights, give back Palestinian land that you stole,
    stop acting like you are invincible because you are not…and
    leave us alone to live in peace.
    No matter how superior Israel thinks its army is…. even this
    mighty power has an achilles’ heel….. Israeli soldiers
    are cowards… they have no bravery and their motivation to
    fight is hatered. HizbAllah is fighting to defend its
    homeland Lebanon, to keep Israel’s greedy tentacles off of
    Lebanese soil, to free Lebanese and arab prisoners from
    Israel’s jails and more importantly, to show Israel that
    although the international community looks the other way when
    you murder Palestinian children, imprison Arab nationals, steal
    Arab land and pressure the US with the powerful Jewish
    lobby groups in Washington to give more money, support and
    weapons, HizbAllah is staring you square in the face!

  10. hey
    nice to know that there are anarchists in Lebanon!
    greetings from Israel.
    fukk hezbollah, fukk idf-bombing civilians!

    anti-war demo in Tel-Aviv:
    http://fishbi4.livejournal.com/214124.html

    http://zlobniy-jid.livejournal.com/4939.html

    http://content.mishtara.org/demo-22-7-06.wmv

  11. where to begin?
    I guess from the beggining,THE PROTOCOLS OF ZION,the establishing of a jewish state in the holly land the year was late 1800s,the place somewhere in europe,the plan was and still is today to position the jews to be perceived as victims of the world even if many were to be killed as long as the end result is a jewish state founded on the Torah teachings which we know nothing about, however we have a glimpse of the Talmud { the interpretation of the Torah }.
    World war 2 and the carnage that it left behind was the exact moment in time to ask for a land that the jews can establishe a state, Africa was first chosen but the Zionist leadership knew that if they accept they will be marginalized and so they refuse and insisted that Lord Balfour of England to promiss a piece of land in the Middle East,the question was where? Palestine, came the answer because a state to flourish and have jewish support around the world had to peg itself with a religious undertone to attract those who have genuine sentiments toward the oldest religion known in that region and what better place than Palestine, the land that Moses led them to while escaping from the Pharoe of Egypt,the land where David slew Goliath the mighty warrior of the phelestine,the land where Solomon finished the building of the Temple that his father begun earlier,but they purposly forgotten that it is also the land where Abraham settled in with his two sons Ismael and Isak about at least a thousand years before Moses, it is a land where the phelistines lived side by side with ther neighbors who none of them was jew simply because judaism was yet to come.
    moving forward and in 1948 the middle east was divided into mandates French and British because they won the war earlier in 1919 ww1 against the Turkish Empire that ruled the land and its people for 600 years before,so who gives a dam about the original inhabitants,and in 1948 Israel was founded on lands that never belonged to the British who mandated Palestine as per the agreement of SYKS/PICO,
    it was not the brits land to give nor is it the europeans zionist to claim.That is the problem, the same people who later on sat at the peace negotiating tablesof Camp David in the late 70s were the same people who blew King David Hotel in Jerusalem in an attempt to force the British to deliver on Balfour Promiss and they did, I am talking about Menachem Begin ans Ishac Shamere of Israel who both later on were Prime ministers of Israel.Both men and until there death, were not welcomed to come to Britain even when they were top reps of the zionist state, in fact in the archives of the british intelligence there are warrants for these two monsters.
    but never mind that too, what is important to take from these facts is that what we are dealing with here is the same thing that our region have delt with since 1948 with only one difference and that is the name s have changed but the plan remains and that is to create and to contribute to the creation of animosity between the christian world and the islamic world to the point where people would finally see each other as mortal enemies and it is working as planned by the protocols of zion..
    few facts are to be mentioned on the birth of these radical movements in the Middle East and those are as follows:

    THE INTIFADA BEGAN AFTER PRIME ARIEL SHARON ENTERED THE MOSQUE OF THE DOME IN JERUSALEM TWO MONTHS AFTER A ZIONIST FANATIC WENT ON A SHOOTING SPREE IN IT.

    AL QAEDA WAS THE VIETCONG OF THE UNITED STATES AGAINST THE SOVIET OCCUPATION OF AFGANISTAN,THE CIA TRAINED AND TAUGHT THEM GUERILLA WAREFARE FOR MANY YEARS AND WHEN THEY KICKED THE SOVIETS OUT WE TURNED AGAINST THEM BECAUSE WE WANTED TO HAVE A SAY IN HOW THERE CULTURE SHOULD BEHAVE.

    THE MULLAHS OF IRAN AND THE ISLAMIC REVOLUTION WAS A DIRECT REACTION TO THE UNITED STATES SUPPORT OF THE SHAH TO THE POINT OF DISPOSING A DEMOCRATICALLY ELECTED GOVERNMENT IN IRAN VIA A COUP PLOTTED AND EXECUTED BY THE CIA.

    SADDAM HUSSEIN WAS EXTENDED EVERY AMERICAN SUPPORT TO LAUNCH A TEN YEARS WAR AGAINST THE MULLAHS OF IRAN, SOME SORT OF A PAY BACK FOR THE HOSTAGE TAKING BY IRAN
    BUT LATER ON WE TURNED AGAINST HIM AFTER HE SERVED HIS PuRPOSE BUT WHILE HE WAS IN POWER HUGGING OUR SECRETARY OF DEFFENSE ON LIVE TV, WE TURNED A BLIND EYE TO THE ATROCITIES AGAINST HIS OWN PEOPLE IN KURDISH REGION AND THE SHIITE REGION WITH HIS REGIME.

    HAMMAS CAME ABOUT AFTER THE ERADICATION OF YASSER ARAFAT AND THE PLO,AND THE MORE ISRAEL ASSASINATE THE LEADERSHIP, THE MORE EXTREEME THEY GET.

    HIZBOLLAH WAS NON EXISTANT PRIOR TO 1982,NO MATTER HOW YOU LOOK AT IT THE ZIONIST STATE OCCUPIED LEBANON AT A TIME WHEN THE LEBANEESE WERE CLOSE TO END THERE CIVIL WAR, THE PALESTINIAN FIGHTERS IN LEBANON WERE FORCED TO LEAVE AND GARANTEES BY THE UNITED STATES ENVOY THEN,PHILIP HABIB,THAT THE PALESTINIAN CIVILIANS LEFT BEHIND WILL BE SAFEGARDED BY THE UNITED STATES, ISRAEL WON THAT BATTLE IN LEBANON DESPITE THE FIERCE RESISTANCE FROM THE MANY FACTIONS IN THE COUNTRY AND FORCED THE ELECTION OF BASHIR JOUMAYEL{LEADER OF THE PHALANGIST MELITIA}AS PRESIDENT, MENACHEM BEGIN, PRIME MINISTER OF ISRAEL WANTED JOUMAYEL TO SIGN A PEACE TREATY WITH ISRAEL JUST LIKE THE ONE WITH EGYPT FEW YEARS BACK, BUT JOUMAYEL SAID FIRST YOU LEAVE LEBANON AND THEN WE WILL HAVE A TREATY, FEW DAYS LATER JOUMAYEL WAS ASSASINATED BY A BLAST TO HIS POLITICAL PARTY HEADQUARTERS UNDER THE ISRAELI CONTROL.TWO DAYS LATER AND FOR THREE NIGHT AND UNDER THE WATCHFULL EYE OF THE FAMOUS IDF,SABRA AND CHATILLA PALESTINIAN REFUGEES CAMPS WERE SUBJECTED TO THE MOST BRUTAL MASSACRE EVER HURD OFF IN LEBANON,ARIEL SHARON WAS A WITNESS TO WHAT HAPPEND SINCE HE WAS THE SUPREME COMMANDER OF THE IDF IN LEBANON AND DIRECTLY RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL OPERATIONS,PARTICULARLY WHERE PALESTENIANS EXISTED, AFTER ALLIS IT NOT WHY HE INVADED LEBANON, TO GET RID OF THE GUERILLAS OF THE PLO WHO LEFT THERE FAMILIES UNDER THE PROTECTION OF THE UNITED STATES???
    THEY GAVE BIRTH TO HIZBOLLAH AND THE UNITED STATES WAS THE MIDWIFE.

    SOLUTION,

    FREEDOM IS A WORD IN A DICTIONARY AND IT WILL REMAIN SO UNTIL THE UNITED STATES STAY OUT AND STOP HELPING US.
    WITH AFRIEND LIKE THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA WHO NEEDS ENEMIES

  12. teema amatullah

    For the past few weeks we have been bombarded by Israeli bombs and gunfire. I along with several other American women have decided to remain alongside our Lebanese and Palestinian husbands. This has been our home for several years. Last Friday a sermon was broadcasted. It was the voice of Hassan Nasrullah. He encouraged us all to have faith, even in the face of the strong force of the Israelis. He spoke of a book that describes why Muslims must overcome oppression and what surprised me it was authored by an American author. The lady who wrote this book lives in Raleigh, NC and does my sister.The imam gave English speaking woman several copies to share, although there was not enough to go around. The book was called An Unordinary Death, the Life of a Suicide Bomber. The Sheikh encouraged the woman to read this book and to think about the meaning. I did and realized that it was not to encourage suicide bombing but to encourage resistance and build upon one’s personal faith in justice. Like in Palestine, justice has eluded the people here in Lebanon while the world watches our children die. This book and the words of Sheikh Nasrullah have shown me that he is not against Americans or any particular people, only the actions that they commit against humanity. I hope American will go beyond television and educate themselves about our real convictions, instead of what the Israelis convince them through the media to believe.
    I am not sure I, or anyone that I love, will survive the assaults that are still to come but I hope that some how the world will come to see the truth behind our resistance and the evil of Israeli oppression.
    T. Amatullah
    Tyre, Lebanon

  13. I believe everyone in the U.S. knows the intent of the Palestinians in regard to the ongoing war between Palestine and Israel. I am sick to death of hearing about how Palestinians are being killed! What about the women and children in Israel? SAre the not also being killed?? They have consistently made agreements with Palestine to pull out of areas and hand them over to the Palestinians but does this satisfy the enemy? NO! They want more and more and will not stop until their real objective is realized which they have declared and that is to completely destroy Israel. Sorry guys but this will never happen. Yes, they will suffer many losses, but from the beginning of time God has declared Israel as his people and he will not let them be destroyed. I can see some very hard times ahead for the entire world but people had better wake up and smell the coffee before it is too late. If Palestine truly wanted peace they would not continue to plot attacks on Israel. As for suicide bombers, they are doing it in vain. There is no reward waiting on the other side except for Hell fire.

  14. I invite all to comment on my blog as well.

    Long live Nasrallah and Long Live resistance to Zionist oppressions and atrocities.

  15. اهلا وسهلا

    احب ان اضيف عنوانى مع اى تجمع اجتماعى عربى للتعارف والصداقة

    وشكرا لكم

  16. احب ان اضيف عنوانى مع اى تجمع اجتماعى عربى للتعارف والصداقة

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