Skip to comments.Iran's Puppet Threatens Israeli Power Grid
Posted on 02/16/2013 2:10:40 PM PST by Eleutheria5
The head of Lebanon's Hizbullah movement, which is an Iranian proxy militia, warned Israel on Saturday not to think that a weakening of Bashar Assad's regime in Syria means his group is also weaker.
"Those who think Syria is no longer a player and cannot help the resistance (Hizbullah)... and that the resistance is going through a period of weakness and confusion, are mistaken," Hassan Nasrallah said.
"We have everything we need in Lebanon. We don't need to transport (arms) from Syria or Iran," he said, in a speech to his supporters broadcast on a giant video screen in southern Beirut.
"I warn the Israelis... that the resistance in Lebanon will not remain silent in the face of any aggression against Lebanon," he said.
"They know that all it takes is a few rockets for their airports, ports and power plants to be plunged into darkness," said the leader of the Shiite terrorist group.
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Only if the IDF has somebody exceptional giving the orders and laying the plans. Lebanon is a hard nut to crack.
We'll keep killing babies until Israel is destroyed
If we wait for them to grow up, they might fight back.
I’m sorry that I wasn’t more clear. Israel, left in peace, is no threat to its neighbors, or their children. That photograph should be placed in the dictionary next to “cynicism”. It appears that the child died in an auto accident 100 km from the air attack and was removed from the mortuary, rolled in dust and trotted out for the credulous Western press.
“Green Helmet Guy” is a byword for Arab cynicism and dishonesty.
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Oh. Thought it was Israeli baby killed by Hizbullah rocket. Pardon my ignorance.
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