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Sayyed Nasrallah: Resistance Will Defeat Israel, National Tripartite Deters Enemy

16 February 2016 20:52



Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah stressed on Tuesday that the effective presence of the tripartite formula: Resistance, Army and People is defending Lebanon and deterring the Zionist enemy from launching new war on the country.

In his speech during the ‘Loyalty to the Martyrs Leaders’ ceremonies in Beirut, Sayyed Nasrallah noted that the Israelis consider themselves standing before two opportunities and facing two threats.

“The first opportunity is the formation of an appropriate climate to establish relations and alliances with Sunni Arab states, according to the Israeli rhetoric. However, the second opportunity is the possibility of regime change in Syria.”

“The Fall of Syrian regime will be a severe blow to the axis of resistance, and the Syrian army’s ability to participate in any military confrontation with Israel will be questionable,” his eminence added, noting that the first threat to the Zionist entity is Iran, and the second is the resistance movements in Palestine and Lebanon, as Hezbollah being classified as the main military threat.

Hezbollah Secretary General highlighted that “the Israelis, as well as Arab governments, are pushing strongly towards speaking about the so-called Sunni-Shiite conflict, and to portray what is going on in the region as Sunni-Shiite conflict despite being political, just like what is happening in Yemen, Bahrain, Syria, Iraq and Lebanon.”

“The sectarian cover serves their interests,” he said, stating that “there is a match between the Israeli rhetoric and some of the Arab media’s, especially the Saudi and the Gulf. Israel considers the developments in the region a golden opportunity to present itself as a friend of the Sunnis in the Arab and Muslim world.”

Sayyed Nasrallah recalled that on certain level, the Zionists presented themselves a friend and a defender of the Christians in Lebanon and Syria, and a protector for the Shiites in Lebanon in 1982 against the Palestinians.

“However, their insolence led them to present themselves as a friend, ally and protector of the Sunni people.”

“Do you accept a friend who still occupies a Sunni land? Do you want to be friend with an entity who committed the most horrible massacres against the Sunnis in history? Who prevents the return of millions of Palestinians to their homes?”, Sayyed Nasrallah asked the Arab governments, pointing out that “those Israelis seized the shrine of Prophet Ibrahim (As) and violated the sanctity of the mosque and the Sunni endowments.

“Every day, there is a war on Gaza and tens of thousands of martyrs are being killed, including women children and elderly people, in front of the eyes of the Arabs and Muslims and in front of the referees who pretend to be Sunnis,” his eminence stated, expressing wonders of how sane Sunnis could accept that the Zionist entity presents itself as a friend and protector.

The Secretary General expressed beliefs that “Israel has dealt with the Syrian events as an opportunity to change the regime, which is believed to be the corner stone of the Resistance axis,” noting that “Israel considers Al Qaeda, ISIL and AL-Nusra Front groups better option than the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.”

Sayyed Nassrallah stressed that “Israel agrees with Saudi Arabia and Turkey in preventing any solution that leads to the survival of Assad and his regime even if a Syrian national reconciliation has been reached,” pointing out that “this matter is unacceptable by Saudis, Turkish and Israelis, so they were disbanding the negotiations, impeding delegations, and putting preconditions that are no longer accepted by Europeans and Americans. They have no problem in going on with war and reject any national reconciliation, especially Israel.”

“Israel prefers partitioning in Syria on the basis of ethnic and sectarian regions.”


Source: Al-Manar Website
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