What Hezbollah is doing in Syria, I.

Whether you like him or not Nasrallah is right with this:

“…Hezbollah cannot be on the side of America and Israel, or with those who dig up graves, open chests, and behead other people.”

Unlike the libyan, tunisian or chechen and other Salafis who act as though they are on a “Jihad tour” befalling first Libya, now Syria and later possibly Lebanon and Iraq:

“The resistance is fighting in Syria to prevent the battle from moving to Lebanon”. This is closer to the truth than the nonsense that they have come to Syria to kill Sunnis. If they were after Sunnis they would go to Tripoli.

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3 thoughts on “What Hezbollah is doing in Syria, I.

  1. Another good excerpt from the article:
    “While Hezbollah’s role in Syria is undisputedly strategic; it is protecting its own weapons supply route within Syria…there is also a sense of obligation to its supporters to ensure their safety and protection.

    According to…the Lebanese daily Al Akhba…Hezbollah’s military involvement in Syria began at the end of September 2012, following increased attacks said to be carried out by the Syrian opposition in the Shia village of Haydariyeh…”

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