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Hezbollah said that any noble resistance would feel pride when accused by tyrannical powers and heads of global terrorism, on top of which is US President George W. Bush's administration, of terrorism among other charges. In a statement issued Saturday, Hezbollah stressed it views Bush's administration's accusations as a Legion of Honor on the chest of resistance fighters.
"Bush's allegations are proof that Hezbollah is on the right track
"It goes without saying that the neo-conservatives and their ruling administration in Washington pose the most serious threat to international peace and stability through their continuous, mobile, preemptive and anticipated wars." Hezbollah's statement reminded of the July 2006 US-Israeli war on Lebanon, which killed innocent civilians in bloody massacres similar to what is happening in occupied Palestine and Iraq.
"They have appointed themselves enemies of all resistance forces seeking freedom in the region, becoming a hated despotic group in the whole world, yet they wonder why the world hates them," the statement added
Originally posted by johnsky
He neither knows what he is fighting, nor why... he simply wants a war.
Originally posted by ergoli
Hezbollah gets it right. George W. Bush is the top criminal on earth, and being his enemy is a real honor.
Bush is incompetent. He neither knows what he is fighting, nor why... he simply wants a war.
If you can't charge him with war crimes, at least get him on criminal incompetence... the evidence for which, is overwhelming.
Originally posted by citizen smith
It's a strange parallel to the transition of business strategy from nationalised industry to corporate franchise that the role of 'Enemy' has gone from nationalised-state as in the case of the USSR during the cold-war, to today's corporate enemy-franchises of Hezbollah, A.Q. etc
Nothing more than a battle of 'ideological brands' where the consumer is forced to make a choice at gun-point