Sunday, August 18, 2013
Hezbollah Leader Vows to Stay in Syria and Also Fight, if Needed
A defiant and seemingly significant speech by the Hitlerian leader of Hezbollah, Hassan Nasrallah.
From his hideout--he fears Israel's long arm--the terrorist chieftain vowed to stay the course in Syria and said he is ready to fight there, too, if necessary.
Nasrallah spoke out in response to a car bombing that killed 24 people in a South Beirut Shiite neighborhood that is Hezbollah's stronghold. He unequivocally blamed Sunni Islamists for the attack--the deadliest bombing in Lebanon's capital in two decades--instead of falsely accusing the United States or Israel of committing the atrocity, which is what he normally does in such a situation.
Related: Hezbollah Losing Support at Home