August 3, 2006
Hizbollah threatens Tel Aviv if central Beirut hitTopics: Middle East News and Perspectives
Nasrallah, a dead man walking, is once again threatening Israel.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Hizbollah chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah said on Thursday his guerrillas would fire rockets at Tel Aviv if Israel attacked central Beirut.Sounds like a hudna in the making.
"If you strike Beirut, the Islamic Resistance will strike Tel Aviv and it is able to do so," Nasrallah said in a taped televised message. He said Hizbollah would end rocket attacks against northern Israel if the Jewish state stopped attacking civilian areas in Lebanon.
Problem: Those "civilian areas in Lebanon" is where Hezbollah is firing the rockets and missiles from, and where they hide there weapons, rockets, missiles, and fighters.
Related: While Muslim groups refer to Hudna as "A Long-Range Islamic Strategy for Conflict Resolution" (in other words, a long range strategy to make dhimmis out of all moderate Muslims and non-Muslims), history and the koran clearly show that it is in fact a false peace to buy time to gain advantage over the enemy. It's an old well-used ploy in Islamic ideology and strategy. Quite contrary to the claims of some Muslims to the contrary.
Posted by Richard at August 3, 2006 2:13 PM
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