Tuesday, March 22, 2016

  • Tuesday, March 22, 2016
  • Elder of Ziyon
The flowers are a nice touch when threatening Jews
Hizballah leader Hassan Nasrallah just threatened yet again to grossly violate the laws of armed conflict and to kill tens of thousands of Israeli civilians. He said there are "no red lines" in what he would do in the next war with Israel.

Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah on Monday threatened the Zionists of striking all their petrochemical factories, biological institutes and nuclear stores as well as facilities if the Israeli army launches a major war against Lebanon.

In an interview with Al-Mayadeen TV channel, Sayyed Nasrallah eliminated the possibility of any Israeli war against Lebanon in the short term, noting that the Zionist entity does not carry out any military move without the American approval.

"The Israelis do not abandon the hostages and corpses taken by their enemies; this gives a chance for the Resistance to press the Zionist entity through this factor."

In this context, his eminence added that the Israelis know that Hezbollah possesses rockets that can reach all the occupied Palestinian territories, noting that Hezbollah will employ his capabilities only in case of an Israeli attack.

"The Israelis have been facing a deadlock since I threatened that Hezbollah would strike Ammonia tanks in Haifa because the Zionist government failed to move them to any other city due to the public rejection," his eminence pointed out.

Sayyed Nasrallah added that the Israelis built during the recent decades petrochemical factories, biological institutes and nuclear reactors in residential areas, considering that the Zionist entity did not expect that there would be any Arab force that can strike them.

"Either it relied of Arab regimes' guarantees or it positively expected that most of the Arab countries would not strike those targets."

Sayyed Nasrallah said that all the Israeli measures (Iron Dome, etc.) to deter the Resistance will fail, adding that any Israeli war against Lebanon would be very costly because Hezbollah will use sophisticated weaponry to strike all the Zionist targets without any limit if Israel attacks Lebanon.

His eminence addressed the Zionist settlers, "Ask your government that does not care about you to move the dangerous facilities from the residential areas."
See? He cares about settlers!

It is funny that someone who is upset over being labeled as a terrorist by most Arab nations is bragging that he will target civilians.

It is sad that even though the leader of Hezbollah - both the political and military wings - openly threatens to target civilians, the EU still refuses to designate all of Hezbollah to be a terror group. This is, after all,  the very definition of terror.

It is sickening that such threats elicit no condemnation from the ICRC, the UN or any human rights organizations. I found no mention of Nasrallah's threat to target Israeli civilians by attacking an ammonia plant last month on the websites of major "human rights" organizations.

Because, you know, the only people being threatened are Israelis, and norms of human rights don't apply to them.

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