Nasrallah: ‘To Galilee pilgrim’

Lebanese Islamic Resistance leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah has really scare the hell out of Zionazi Benji Netanyahu. In his recent address to the Resistance freedom-fighters, Nasrallah said: “I say to the fighters of the Islamic Resistance: be ready. If a new war is imposed on Lebanon we may ask you to take Galilee, to free Galilee”.

Forgetting Jewish army’s military humiliation in 34-day war in Summer 2006 – Benji responded to Nasrallah’s call by saying: “Nasrallah announced today that he can occupy the Galilee, but I have news for you, he can’t. Anyone who hides in a bunker will stay in a bunker.”

Although, the premier has tried to respond to Narallah with confidence and in a derogatory tone and assure the public opinion inside Israel, the Hezbollah leader’s response has caused concerns for some in Israel.

In fact, Nasrallah was making fun of an earlier boasting by Israeli defense minister Ehud Barak, who while visiting the demoralized Jewish soldiers along Lebanese border: “You may be called to enter Lebanon again. We must be prepared for every test.”

The Zionist regime and its cheerleaders in the US, France, Britain, German and Canada – are hoping that US-supported Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL) investigating the assassination of former Lebanese prime minister Rafik Hariri will indict some of Hizbullah leaders which will result in a new civil war – providing a golden opportunity for the Jewish army to finish the task which it failed to achieve in 2006.

Sheik Nasrallah and the leaders of Christian parties supporting Hizbullah in Lebanese parliament have called STL an Israeli Project.

During the 34-day war, Nasrallah lived up to his every promise and avoided rhetoric about goals not within his power to achieve. This caused the Israelis to believe that his remarks do not serve as psychological or military bluff. His famous slogan of “Haifa and after Haifa” materialized in the form of Hezbollah’s missile attack on the city.

After the 2006 war, Hezbollah managed to match Israel’s threats with those of its own. The secretary general repeatedly said Lebanon would return Israel’s potential attack on Beirut Rafiq Hariri International Airport with targeting the Ben Gurion International Airport in Tel Aviv and hit Tel Aviv, should Israel assault the houses in the Lebanese capital’s southern suburb: An eye for an eye.

Now, Hezbollah has expanded this warning, saying any Israeli military advancement would be met with advancement of the movement’s fighters into Galilee, the northern parts of occupied Palestine.

Advertisements
This entry was posted in Islamic Resistance. Bookmark the permalink.

2 Responses to Nasrallah: ‘To Galilee pilgrim’

  1. rehmat1 says:

    Ali Barakah, Hamas’s representative in Lebanon, welcomed the speech of Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah, Secretary General of Hizbullah, in which he said that his resistance fighters were prepared to liberate Galilee if Israel launched a war against Lebanon.

    In a written statement he said that his movement welcomes the stand which Nasrallah declared during his speech on martyred leaders remembrance day in Beirut and in which he stressed that the resistance was prepared to liberate Galilee in northern Palestine if Israel declared war against Lebanon.

    Barakah added that his movement believes that resistance was the only way that could lead to the liberation of Palestine and the restoration of rights and holy places.

    He also stressed that Hamas stands by the Lebanese people, army and resistance to repel any Zionist new aggression, adding that the Palestinian refugees in Lebanon are ready to return immediately to their home in Galilee if and when it is liberated.

    http://www.palestine-info.co.uk/En/default.aspx?xyz=U6Qq7k%2bcOd87MDI46m9rUxJEpMO%2bi1s71uBtmi9UVFx2bumX4KRHojzqQOOFe8J41UbQIAt9OWFrLFXXO2nmjZ11sQrzGoNVxupJd2iE27zHLlh51JEry7%2f%2f%2ftMDGfNUirmqYLppQsk%3d

  2. google says:

    I liked your article is an interesting technology
    thanks to google I found you

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s