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Thursday, February 16, 2012

Nasrallah reiterates his support for Assad's murderous regime

Hamas might be getting nervous about publicly supporting a regime that murders thousands of its own Arabs, but Hezbollah has no such compunctions:


Hezbollah chief Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah defended Thursday President Bashar Assad and said Israel sought any system of government in Syria other than one headed by the embattled leader.

“The Zionist project poses a threat to the entire region,” Nasrallah said.

“Some Arab states had been colluding with the United States, the West and Israel against nation’s interests and assisted in keeping the Israeli entity,” he said.

“Some of these governments had even betrayed Lebanon and Palestine,” he added.

On Syria, he said Israel preferred any system of government to that of President Bashar Assad.

He said Damascus would resist and would never succumb to the will of the U.S. in the region.

"Israel bets and believes that given the regional strategic environment that is working against it that the Syrian regime should be overthrown,” he said.

“An Arab peace plan with Israel has been on the table for years now … Arab leaders say the only solution concerning Israel is political but they refuse to offer a political solution in Syria,” he added.

"There is an Arab, Western, American, and Israeli insistence that there be no solution in Syria and on toppling the regime in Syria. Why?” he asked.
Those millions of dollars coming from Iran are paying off!