Hezbollah support growing strong.
Posted by QB on September 15, 2006
Qatar close US ally and the head quarters for military in Middle East visited Lebanon. According to CNN Amir of Qatar praises Hezbollah for their brave stand against Israeli military and defeated Israel after 60 years. He also looked very happy to claim the first victory of the Arabs.
Lebanon Prime Minister advice Israel can live in peace only by solving the issues with peaceful negotiations.
Hezbollah support is growing in Arab countries and Bolton US Ambassador to UN or the Bush administration believe that Lebanese government of any Arab country will be interested in disarming Hezbollah must be living in fools paradise. This war has raised Hezbollah to a new level and I believe they will get more funding from the neighboring countries to get more sophisticated weapons as they are their only hope who has the courage to stand up against Israel mighty military power.
The Iran and Syria will keep denying supply of weapons to Hezbollah and still will be providing weapons. US should avoid any confrontation with Iran because they have about 150,000 troops in Iraq and just over 10,000 in Afghanistan who will be very much will be sitting ducks in their military bases which are with Iran rockets and missiles.
The above posted was written last month on my other blog. There is a news report about Hasan Nasrallah who is mocking Israel on Al Jazeera.
A month after the cessation of hostilities in Lebanon, Hizbullah said that its fighters are still in Southern Lebanon, as more Lebanese and UN troops mobilized Thursday to keep the two sides apart. This came as Lebanese Prime Minister Fouad Siniora said no contact was possible with Israel, with which Beirut has never had diplomatic relations.
Hizbullah chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah said Wednesday night in the second part of an interview with Al-Jazeera: “The resistance is present south of the Litani River and in the whole South of Lebanon.”
“We regret that Israeli officials lie to their people by saying they have ousted Hizbullah from South Lebanon and that they will not let it return,” he said.
“We are present at the border. Before July 12 [when the Israeli offensive began], we publicly set up surveillance posts which we have dismantled … but nobody can prevent us from being present on our territory or from defending our territory, our honor and our homeland,” he said.