This sums it all up: Hezbollah: War with Israel not ended August 15, 2008Posted by infidelkafirwatch in Uncategorized.
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Hezbollah leader says the war with Israel has ‘not ended yet’ as Israel has not halted its ‘aggressions’ against Lebanon and the region.
Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah made the remarks as Lebanon marked the Hezbollah victory over Israel in the 33-day war.
The aftershocks of the war are still reverberating in Israel. More than 100 Israeli soldiers were killed in the 33-day war.
Nasrallah said it was a ‘historic and divine victory’ in Arab-Israeli conflict which shattered the invincibility of the Zionist regime’s occupation army and changed the political face of the Middle East and ‘foiled the US-Israeli New Middle East project’ for breaking up regional countries.
Israel killed more than 1000 Lebanese civilians by bombarding Lebanon.
Nasrallah said the cluster bombs dropped on Lebanon are still taking the lives of innocent people.
General Claudio Graziano, the UNIFIL commander, accused Thursday Israel of violating the UN resolution 1701 especially in the area controlled by the United Nations Interim Emergency Force in Southern Lebanon.
According to Lebanese Army, Israeli jets have violated Lebanese airspace more than 1,660 times between May and July 2008.
Lebanese Islamic resistance forced the Israeli army out of Southern Lebanon in 2000.
Nasrallah said Hezbollah defeated Israel in 2000 and 2006 and put an end to ‘political life’ of Israeli regime.
He said Israel is on the verge of collapse and therefore it is seeking conspiracies to ‘disarm Lebanese resistance and isolate it.’
Nasrallah slammed some Arab states who have been attempting to ‘distort the image of Hezbollah,’ saying some Arabs try to ensure Israel’s superiority “because their stability is dependent on Israeli supremacy.”
The Hezbollah chief went on to say that the ‘culture of resistance’ is expanding as polls show 70% of Muslims support it.
He added Hezbollah proved it is very strong as its fighters resisted the most powerful army in the Middle East for several weeks.
Nasrallah said Israel is facing the worst crisis of leadership in its history as a result of its defeat in the war.
He said the strategic, political and militarily repercussions of the war are still continuing, especially after the “resignation of the majority of the first row of the Israeli army.”
Israel will see the “end of the ruling of Israeli prime minister Ehud Olmert” in the next September, Nasrallah predicted.