Skip to comments.Tough times for Hezbollah in fast changing region
Posted on 02/06/2013 4:35:16 PM PST by NormsRevenge
BEIRUT (AP) These are tough times for Hezbollah. The Shiite militant group's uncompromising support for Syrian President Bashar Assad and allegations that it attacked Israeli tourists in Bulgaria are both unpopular in Lebanon, where it is increasingly accused of putting the interests of longtime patrons Iran and Syria over those of its home country.
For many in the deeply polarized and war-weary nation, Hezbollah's involvement in last year's bus attack that killed five Israelis, if confirmed, constitutes further proof that the group is willing to compromise the country's security for external agendas.
"Hezbollah uses the Lebanese people like sandbags, they don't care about the people," complained Michel Zeidan, echoing the views of others who called in to a talk radio show Wednesday.
"These are very serious accusations which would demonstrate once again that Hezbollah is completely driven by foreign agendas," Ahmad Fatfat, a Lebanese lawmaker in the pro-Western camp opposed to Hezbollah, told The Associated Press.
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Well, I’m certainly not defending Hezbollah. But we wouldn’t be hearing this news about the crimes of Hezbollah if the story hadn’t been approved by the even worse Muslim terrorists who want to take over the country and murder all its Christians in the name of Allah.
After all, AP is the official news channel for Muslim terrorists.
Perhaps this is a Hamas press release to vilify their Shi’ite Hezbollah enemies?
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