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Why NasrAllah gave his support to Bashar

Why NasrAllah gave his support to Bashar

Sectarian say “Most sunnis had huge respect for NasrAllah until he gave his support to a dictator.”

Hear the answer from the mouth of the Sayyed of Resisitance

Hassan Nasrallah sur la Syrie (18-7-2012)


Full speech

22 Responses to Why NasrAllah gave his support to Bashar

  1. Jonathon Blakeley August 5, 2012 at 8:07 pm #

    My french is o level standard anybody gotta translation. NasrAllah rocks, he must be the single biggest threat to Israel.

  2. Alex August 5, 2012 at 8:14 pm #

    My French is 0 (Zero), but I though French speaking readers may be interested to here it directly from him.

  3. Khalid Amayreh August 5, 2012 at 11:27 pm #

    Nasrullah sides with Assad because Assad is nominally Shiite. Nasrulaah is a man with a sectarian mindset and outlook. If he were a true Muslim, he wouldn’t stand on the side of oppressors and disbelievers.

    But he is a sectarian leader who would prefere a shiite Satan overa Sunni angel.

    Hasan Nasrullah is finished, as far as non-Shiite Muslims are concerned.

  4. Daniel Mabsout August 6, 2012 at 12:03 am #

    a part of the speech of Sayyid Hassan

    There is a real problem for the Americans and the Israelis in Syria. They saw that there was an important development in Syria in the past phase. First there was a new military strategy in Syria that transferred Syria into a military power and made it capable of possibly threatening Israel. Therefore, Israel viewed Syria with worry in the past years. Second, Syria is a path for the Resistance and a bridge of communication between the Resistance and Iran.

    I have two [proofs] for Syria’s [Resistance] role. The first one is that the most important rockets that targeted Haifa and the center of Israel were made by Syrian military and given to the Resistance. Syria was an aid to the Resistance and gave [us] weapons that we used in the July War. Not only in Lebanon, but also in the Gaza Strip.

    Israel, today, is afraid of Gaza and afraid for Tel Aviv. Who gave [Gaza fighters] the rockets? The Saudi regime? The Egyptian regime? No. They were rockets from Syria and transferred through Syria. The Syrian leadership was risking its interests and existence in order for the resistance in Lebanon and Palestine to be strong. Show me one Arab regime that does the same.

    What does this mean? For Syria to give Hezbollah, Hamas and the Islamic Jihad Movement weapons at a time when Arab regimes prevented food and money from being transferred to Gaza? Syria sent weapons and food to Gaza and took a risk to do so. This is Syria, Bashar al-Assad’s Syria, the Syria of the martyrs Assef Shawkat, Daoud Rajha and Hassan Turkmani [who died in Wednesday’s explosion in Damascus].

    In a day like today, we have to say what is right. Let our words be to the liking of whoever, and he who does not like them can swear all he wants. There is a US-Israeli scheme that prevents a regional state other than Israel from having a strong army. The only army in the region which was not trained by the US and which was not equipped with the US was the Syrian army. There was work underway to destroy this army. The US, the West and their tools in the Arab region used the rightful demands of the Syrian people and engaged Syria in a war.

    It is Israel’s right to be happy today because pillars of the Syrian army were targeted and killed. Israel’s aim is for Syria not to have a strong army. We call again to maintain Syria, its people and army. The only solution is to hold dialogue. We owe these prominent leaders [who died today in Syria]. We offer the Syrian leadership, army and people our condolences and we condemn this attack that only serves the interests of the enemy. We have full trust that the Syrian army has the ability to remain standing.

  5. Khalid Amayreh August 6, 2012 at 12:25 am #

    Nasrullah is only a sectarian leader. His blind embrace of the criminal regime in Syria doesn’t qulify him to be a pan-Islamic leader.

    He can’t take part in the senseless murder of Syrian Sunni children and women and then shout “I am the leader of the resistance against Israel.”

  6. Alex August 6, 2012 at 8:36 am #

    The new leaders of the Resistance Against “Israel” – Acoording to Dr. Salman Abu Sitta they represent 2- 3% of the 11 millions Palestinians
    I think this [national reconciliation] is a farce, because Hamas and Fatah do not represent more than two to three percent of Palestinians.

  7. Blake August 6, 2012 at 12:10 pm #

    How soon they forget that usurping zionist entity attacked their unarmed humanitarian ship killing 9 of it’s citizens. Another Govt going against the will of it’s people.

  8. Daniel Mabsout August 6, 2012 at 3:12 pm #

    Amaryeh you are a Zionist propagandist and a traitor you are accusing the leader of the Resistance who is protecting Lebanon and the whole Arab world against Israel , bring your evidence that Sayyed Hassan is sectarian or shut up, you are a Palestinian traitor and there are many traitors like you in Palestine . Merely being Palestinian does not allow you to get away with being a traitor.

  9. Laura Stuart August 6, 2012 at 6:26 pm #

    There are some interesting revelations in this speech by the Prime Minister of Syria who defected today.

    It is very worrying to hear our worst fears confirmed by the P.M. as to the brutality that Assad and his government are likely to go to. Very dangerous time ahead for the Syrian people.

    He also confirms that Iranian revolutionary guards and Hizbollah fighters are in Syria. So outside interference from everywhere.

    • Roy Bard August 6, 2012 at 6:37 pm #

      It sounded like pure propaganda to me. What were the interesting revelations?

    • who_me August 6, 2012 at 6:45 pm #

      “His spokesman, Mohammed el-Etri, added that the defection “was not a matter of days or weeks, it was in the pipeline for two continuous months through a trusted cell close to the prime minister made up of rebels.”

      so he was already a bought and paid for agent clandestinely working for the zionazis before becoming pm. jp sure loves to gloat about how they can corrupt people and get them to support all sorts of war crimes and betrayals. it seems to be a special matter of pride to them that they are able to do this.

  10. Alex August 6, 2012 at 6:38 pm #

    Indeed there is, the defection of Hijab reveal that Syria is STRONG and gaining. It means as Luara said the outcome of battle of Aleppo is well known, because Turkey and all “friends of Syria” are nothing but a sound bomb. Edrugan can’t protect his ass. Therefor, they need a medea vitory. BTW, Narallah is speaking now. Listen to him carefully.

  11. Alex August 6, 2012 at 6:45 pm #

    Sayyed Nasrallah
    Sayyed Nasrallah speaks at Islamic Resistance’s Support Association’s Iftar

    Sayyed Nasrallah condemns the attack against 16 Egyptian guards at the borders with occupied Palestine

    His Eminence also condoles the Egyptian government, army and people for their loss

    “The one who benefits from this attack is the Zionist entity”

    “Israel and the Takfiri trend are the main things that threatens security and stability”

    Sayyed Nasrallah feels sorry for the security developments around the regions strarting from Syria and ending with Iraq, Bahrain

    “The number one threat for Israel in the world is Hezbollah”

    “Israel feels comfortable in front of some Arab countries’ huge armies because the decision-making of these regimes is within the US”

    “Before my birth and the existance of Hezbollah there were arms chos and civil wars”

    “Before Hezbollah, were there a state?”

    “It’s right, we have the deterrence weapons against Israel”

    “Anarchy of arms exists where there is no resistance”

    “We had the power to rule the country in May 7 but we didn’t want”

    “I announce in the name of the Shia in Lebanon that we don’t want to be the ruling sect”

    “Some in Lebanon want two things: to hand over our arms and the government”

  12. who_me August 7, 2012 at 7:19 am #

    more information about riad hijab and some interesting speculation regarding the role he might have been groomed for in a post coup syria:

    Feeling exposed, the President of the Syrian Council of Ministers, Riad Hijab, was exfiltrated by NATO to Lebanon on Sunday, August 5, 2012.

    The head of the Free “Syrian” Army announced that Mr. Free Hijab had defected together with other ministers. However, Syrian television broadcast full-breadth images of the Cabinet meeting, chaired by Omar Ghalawanji, so that everyone could see that no one was missing. In addition, the Minister of Culture – whose name was cited by a news agency – made a televised statement addressing a separate issue, thereby putting an end to the rumors circulating in the Western press about him.

    The betrayal of Riad Hijab is the first in importance since the beginning of the crisis. From Jordan, his spokesman, Hijab Otri Mohamed, said that his boss had already been working in secret to overthrow Bashar al-Assad long before he was appointed President of the Council of Ministers on 23 June.

    At this stage of the investigation, everything would appear to indicate that the failed “Damascus Volcano and Syrian Earthquake” operation was supposed to be a military coup for which Riad Hijab would have provided a civilian cover. Washington and its allies believed that after the decapitation of the military command (attack of July 18), a number of generals and their regiments were going to seize power with the help of mercenaries from Jordan, to be then put in the hands of Mr. Hijab. The State Department would thus have applauded the victory of “democracy”.”

    • Alex August 7, 2012 at 12:10 pm #

      Everything has advantages and disavantages, Anti-Syria sectarian rejoiced the defection of the Syrian PM, and considered it a sign of weakness.

      Appointing Hijab, who is not close to Assad, confirms that Assad was serious and honest in calling opposition for dialogue.

      The timing of the defection after the failed “Damascus Volcano and Syrian Earthquake” operation confirms that Hijab is involved in the Nato coup.

      I guess, Nato, realized the grave result of destroying the Army and the state in Iraq, and are trying to change the regime without destroying the state in Syria.

      Now we have an open war, Syria and its allies tried to avoid, and humans, in general don’t like wars unless its forced on them.

      WE LEARND FROM QURAN “Fighting is prescribed for you, and ye dislike it. But it is possible that ye dislike a thing which is good for you, and that ye love a thing which is bad for you. But Allah knoweth, and ye know not.” (Baqara 216) .

      كتب عليكم القتال وهو كره لكم وعسى ان تكرهوا شيئا وهو خير لكم وعسى ان تحبوا شيئا وهو شر لكم والله يعلم وانتم لا تعلمون


      It is now black and white, and there is no more for other colors, its time for aa those standing on the fence to get down, to this side or that. Its a great oportunity for Baath party and Syrian in general to clean their ranck from traitors, opportunist and corrupted.

  13. Alex August 7, 2012 at 8:05 am #

    “Nasrullah is only a sectarian leader. His blind embrace of the criminal regime in Syria doesn’t qulify him to be a pan-Islamic leader.” Thus preyed KA.

    «We are with Sunni Turkey if they want to defend Palestine and Gaza and the Al-Aqsa Mosque more than with Shiite Iran, more than that, we are with Communist Venezuela standing with Palestine and Lebanon» Mr. Hassan Nasrallah said on martyr’s Day February 11, 2009

    Sectarians expect Nasralla to stand with Erdugan after he revealed his ugly face as a Nato slave

  14. Jonathon Blakeley August 7, 2012 at 8:17 am #

    The number one threat for Israel in the world is Hezbollah

    very true

    • Ariadna Theokopoulos August 7, 2012 at 8:27 am #

      and that is admirable for Hezbollah and sad for the world, that a small portion of a small country is the only bulwark against an entity that is a threat to world peace.
      There should be a world Hezbollah

  15. Alex August 10, 2012 at 7:30 pm #
    The United States denounced the Lebanese political
    party Hezbollah for backing Bashar al-Assad on Friday, and added it to a list of organizations under sanctions for their ties to the Syrian regime.

    “This action highlights Hezbollah’s activities within Syria and its integral role in the continued violence the Assad regime is inflicting on the Syrian population,” the US Treasury Department said in a statement.

    Hezbollah has been providing training, advice and extensive logistical support to the government of Syria, the statement added.

    Hezbollah, an ally of the Syrian regime, has denied any direct involvement in the crackdown on an armed uprising against Assad.

    The Treasury Department’s actions will freeze any assets Hezbollah may have under US jurisdiction and prohibit Americans and US companies from dealing with them.

    But the US has long banned all trade with the anti-Israel party, so it was not immediately clear what effect fresh sanctions would have.

    The Treasury’s Under Secretary for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence David Cohen suggested the move was largely symbolic, linking Hezbollah to Assad.

    “Long after the Assad regime is gone, the people of Syria and the entire global community will remember that Hezbollah, and its patron Iran, contributed to the regime’s murder of countless innocent Syrians,” he said.

    A Hezbollah spokesman declined to comment when contacted by Al-Akhbar.

    Hezbollah is a leading party in the Lebanese government but it was not clear whether the sanctions would effect trade between the US government and Lebanon.

    The State Department also announced sanctions on Syria’s state-run oil company Sytrol for having provided gasoline to Iran.

    “Though these sanctions are a direct result of Syria’s provision of gasoline to Iran, the United States views Iran’s broader support for the Assad regime as completely unjustifiable,” department spokesman Patrick Ventrell said in a written statement.

    (Al-Akhbar, AFP)

    • Ariadna Theokopoulos August 10, 2012 at 8:04 pm #

      “the US has long banned all trade with the anti-Israel party, so it was not immediately clear what effect fresh sanctions would have.”

      I think that when the Israeli ambassador saw Obama recently he must have kicked him hard in the shins: DO something! And that’s all he could think f doing.
      What’s wrong with that? Doesn’t Nasrallah deserve to laugh once in a while?

  16. Alex August 14, 2012 at 6:35 pm #

    “Syria? Check. Lebanon? Check …”

    “…He told this story about 6 years later. He called it a policy coup.That was 5 years ago. Since that time, largely in response to the Arab Spring, we “liberated” Libya. We’re preparing to (if have not already done so) arm al-Qaeda related rebels in Syria. We’re inventing reasons to sanction a Lebanese terror-related political party. We’ve been violating sanctions to wage war in Somalia, including with drones, and have fiddled with several incarnations of government. And our Iran sanctions–which are fairly clearly about regime change–are really beginning to hurt the Iranian people.
    Sure, while the US has helped birth South Sudan, we didn’t overthrow it. But throw in Yemen, where we’ve hand selected the President who will be a partner in our drone strikes in his country, and we’ve been fighting in almost the same 7 countries Bush’s NeoCons picked out in their impotent response to 9/11.
    Syria? Check. Lebanon? Check. Libya? Check. Somalia? Check. Sudan Yemen? Check. Iran …”