Skip to comments.Hizbullah 'Forbidden to Use Chemical Weapons'
Posted on 09/03/2012 3:09:17 PM PDT by Eleutheria5
Hizbullah terror chief Hassan Nasrallah told a Lebanese interviewer Monday his group does not have chemical weapons, and will not use them.
One of the primary concerns facing Israel has been the disposition of Syria's massive arsenal of chemical and other weapons.
Officials have considered the strong possibility that Syria would transfer much of its ordnance to its fellow Iranian protege, Lebanon-based Hizbullah.
However, Nasrallah on Monday told the Beirut-based Al-Mayadeen television news channel, We don't have chemical weapons and we cannot use them, for reasons linked to the Shari'a (Islamic law), and for humanitarian reasons.
In the case of enemy attacks on Lebanon, however, Nasrallah warned that Hizbullah would not simply defend itself, but instead would enter Galilee. The terrorist organization last year also threatened to invade the northern Israeli region, in the event of an attack by Israel. .....
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“In other words, they have chemical weapons and will use them.”
Or, the phony moral high ground is predicated on this:
Professor Pinchas Alpert , Director of the School of Atmospheric Studies at Tel Aviv University, writes that recent studies indicate that the Land of Israel has a unique meteorological status in the world because it is situated at the point of convergence of four distinct climatic systems: two opposing low atmospheric pressure zones, and two opposing high atmospheric pressure zones.
One low pressure system, called a depression, is located in the northwest and includes the continent of Europe which receives abundant rainfall throughout the year. The second depression is located in the southeast and extends over the Persian Gulf toward India, and causes the monsoon rains in southern Asia.
Simultaneously, two other corners of Israel adjoin two opposing high pressure systems, called elevations, that cause dry, rainless climates. One system is located to the northeast, above Asia, and the other is located in the southwest, from North Africa and the Sahara Desert through the center of the Atlantic Ocean, which is a desert-like, dry region.
Israel is located at the exact point where these four weather systems converge. This is why the country is subject to contradictory weather patterns (rainy or dry) as well as highly unpredictable shifts in the direction of prevailing winds. These unusual climatic conditions make it very difficult to predict weather conditions.
There is no other inhabited region on earth that experiences such a convergence of opposing weather systems - called a “saddle” in scientific terms - with such frequency. The only other places around the globe where “saddle points” occur with similar frequency are located in mid-ocean.
Ergo, these chemicals could easily backfire upon them.
They have them, but, usage could spell disaster.
One word - Taqiyya.
The word of a Muslim on ANYTHING has to be tempered with this caveat. An element of truth can be found in what the statement appears to say, but it is ALWAYS OK to lie to a non-Muslim, and the reliability of the testimony of any Muslim remains suspect.
No Westerner would tolerate that behavior from any child for a minute. And yet, we are counseled to accept this from the Islamic militants, because theirs is the “religion of peace”.
And that is perhaps the most pernicious lie of all.
“Ergo, these chemicals could easily backfire upon them.
They have them, but, usage could spell disaster.”
They believe that Allah will direct the wind right, so they’ll use them anyway. But I believe that Hashem will direct the wind right, and my right is their left.
“They believe that Allah will direct the wind right, so theyll use them anyway.”
Oh, come on man....that would be suicidal.....oh, wait????
I’d love to see a work-related accident with some of these non-existent weapons.
You very well might.