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August 3, 2006

Hizbollah threatens Tel Aviv if central Beirut hit

Topics: 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.

"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.

Sounds like a hudna in the making.

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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