Lebanon celebrates 11th anniversary of Israeli defeat

On May 25, 2011 – Lebanese celebrated 11th anniversary of Jewish army’s withdrawal from its occupation of South Lebanon. On that day in 2000 – the Zionist entity suffered its first defeat at the hands of Arabs. The victory was accomplished by less than 1000 Hizbullah freedom-fighters as result of their 18 years of military resistance against the Israel Occupation Force (IOF) and their Lebanese militant Christian allies (Phlangists).

Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah, the Secretary-General of the Islamic Resistance Hizbullah in a televised speech on the ocassion blasted both Barack Obama and Benji Netanyahu for killing the 2002 Saudi peace plan for Palestine.

Sheikh Nasrallah urged Arabs and Muslims to support current regimes in Syria and Islamic Republic. “The difference between the Arab uprisings and Syria… is that President Assad is convinced that reforms are necessary, unlike Bahrain and other Arab countries,” he said.

“We must refuse these sanctions that the United States and the rest of the West are marketing and trying to convince Lebanon to abide by, added Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah.

“The resistance will remain loyal to its goals, its path, its sufferings and the blood of its martyrs. Fear was in Netanyahu’s eyes two days ago when he was speaking before Congress about Hezbollah’s and Hamas’s missiles… we are neither frightened by Netanyahu nor by Obama and all their fleets. We belong to a land that has vanquished all the fleets and we are not scared by anyone’s threats, intimidations or accusations” Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah told told tens of thousads Lebanese assembled to mark the event.

In Summer 2006, Hizbullah fighters inflicted a major military defeat to 30,000 Jewish soldiers invading Lebanon.

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One Response to Lebanon celebrates 11th anniversary of Israeli defeat

  1. May 25 2007 Lebanese soldiers patrol Tripoli near the refugee camp that has become a battleground. The leader of Hezbollah in Lebanon Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah has warned the Lebanese army not to enter the Palestinian refugee camp north of Tripoli where it has been confronting Islamic militants.Nasrallah — in a televised address to mark the seventh anniversary of Israels withdrawal from Lebanon — said that to enter the camp would be crossing a red line and the Palestinians should not be touched. Suppose that the government is having a war on terror that doesnt mean they should kill half of the people on the street he said in a reference to Palestinian civilians crammed into the Nahr el-Bared camp.

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