Nasrallah in Rare Public Appearance: Israel Demise a Lebanese Interest, Resistance to Protect Country alongside Army

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Nasrallah: Describe us as rejectionists, describe us as terrorists, describe us as criminals, say whatever you want and keep killing us ... On every front, at the door of every hussainiyah and mosque, we the Shiites of Ali bin Abi Taleb will not abandon Palestine. over 6 years
Nasrallah: They are seeking to remove the Shiites of the Arab and Islamic worlds from the equation. over 6 years
Nasrallah: We thank the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Syrian Arab Republic for all they are doing for Palestine and we will remain a vigilant and alert resistance to protect our country alongside the national Lebanese army and we send a big salutation to its command, officers, soldiers and wounded. over 6 years
Nasrallah: Whatever the doctrinal, religious or political dispute might be, Palestine must remain the main cause. over 6 years
Nasrallah: We in Hizbullah will keep supporting Palestine and we're keen on good ties with all the Palestinian forces, although we might have our differences sometimes over Syria and Palestine. over 6 years
Nasrallah: We in Hizbullah stress our commitment to these principles, for which our enemies and sometimes our friends criticize us. over 6 years
Nasrallah: Our people are capable of defeating this scheme and God willing it will be defeated. over 6 years
Nasrallah: Where will this madness lead everyone? This is the responsibility of all the scholars and for the sake of the entire nation efforts must unite to defeat this destructive scheme. over 6 years
Nasrallah: In Hizbullah, we have always and will continue to seek common denominators and to organize and postpone our differences, because the disputes have become destructive. over 6 years
Nasrallah: We call on everyone to realize the threats and exert strenuous efforts in every country to resolve its issue through dialogue and halt the bloodshed, in Syria, Tunisia, Egypt, Bahrain, Pakistan and Somalia. Unfortunately, wherever these Takfiri groups go, there will be disasters. over 6 years
Nasrallah: Anyone backing the Takfiri groups ideologically, financially and in the media and anyone pushing them to the battlefields bears the first responsibility for all the ongoing destruction. over 6 years
Nasrallah: Isn't it time for the peoples of the region to point their fingers at the countries that are sponsoring this destructive, spiteful scheme, which is the most dangerous scheme our region has witnessed. over 6 years
Nasrallah: Isn't it time for the peoples of the region to realize that some parties are seeking to destroy the region and its countries, armies and peoples. They don't only want to fragment the nations but also to fragment the peoples into sects. over 6 years
Nasrallah: In Egypt, there is an acute political rift, but it is political and not sectarian. The same applies to Yemen, Tunisia and Libya. But when it comes to countries that have diversity, such as Syria, Lebanon, Iraq and Bahrain, the political conflict is turned into a sectarian conflict and they invoke the conflicts of history. over 6 years
Nasrallah: What's worse than this is that they gave some local conflicts a sectarian nature. over 6 years
Nasrallah: They then used the so-called Shiite expansion and said the priority is confronting the Shiite threat because it poses a greater threat to the nation than the Zionist scheme. To many, Israel is not a threat and an enemy anymore. over 6 years
Nasrallah: Armies were equipped to fight Iran and satellite TV networks were established. Guarantees were given to the U.S. that every tank obtained by the Arab states would not be used against Israel. over 6 years
Nasrallah: Unfortunately, some in the Arab world who are backed by the states and governments of the West are blocking and preventing this priority and are pushing peoples to endorse other priorities and are inventing new wars. First they spoke of the communist expansion and Palestine was forgotten and they spent billions and came up with books, conference and wars. Then they invented the Iranian and Persian expansion and a war that cost billions was waged against Iran. Had they spent only one tenth on Palestine, it would have been liberated. over 6 years
Nasrallah: All the massacres and plights that we suffered in Lebanon and the region can be attributed to abandoning the priorities and responsibilities. over 6 years
Nasrallah: We must highlight the priority of this conflict with the Zionist scheme in Lebanon, Syria and Jerusalem. over 6 years
Nasrallah: Accordingly, anyone who stands in the face of the Zionist scheme anywhere in our region and through any means, would be defending his country, people and the future of his children and grandchildren, in addition to defending Palestine. over 6 years
Nasrallah: Israel poses a threat to Jordan and its demise is a national Jordanian interest, it poses a threat to Lebanon and Israel's demise is a national Lebanese interest. over 6 years
Nasrallah: The removal of the usurper entity is in the interest of the entire Islamic world and the entire Arab world and it is also a national interest for every country in the region. over 6 years
Nasrallah: Israel poses a grave and permanent threat to all the states and peoples of this region and its capabilities, security, dignity, safety and sovereignty, and anyone who denies that would be practicing obstinacy. Therefore, it is not only an existential threat to Palestine's people, but also to all the peoples and civilizations of the region. over 6 years
Nasrallah: Entire Palestine, from the sea to the river, must return to its people. No one in the world, no king, prince, Sayyed, leader, president or state has the right to give up a single grain of sand of Palestine's land. over 6 years
Nasrallah: Today, on August 2, 2013, we critically need to commemorate the occasion, and I thank all of you for heeding the call of Imam Khomeini. over 6 years
Hizbullah chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah delivering a speech in Dahieh on the occasion of Quds Day: This call was reiterated by Imam Khamenei and it aims to remind Muslims and the world of the Palestinian cause and to rescue Jerusalem from the hands of the Zionist occupiers and it is an occasion to shed light on what Palestine and its people are suffering from the siege, Judaization, starvation and the demolition of holy sites. over 6 years

Hizbullah chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah on Friday noted that “Israel's demise is a national Lebanese interest,” stressing that Hizbullah will continue to “protect our country alongside the national Lebanese army" and that it will not "abandon Palestine," as he made a rare public appearance at a rally in Dahieh.

It was the first appearance in public since last September for Nasrallah, public enemy number one for Israel and a staunch ally of Syrian President Bashar Assad whose troops have been battling an insurgency since 2011. His appearance comes less than two weeks after the European Union listed Hizbullah's military wing as a "terrorist" organization.

“Entire Palestine, from the sea to the river, must return to its people. No one in the world, no king, prince, Sayyed, leader, president or state has the right to give up a single grain of sand of Palestine's land,” said Nasrallah in a speech marking Quds (Jerusalem) Day.

This day “aims to remind Muslims and the world of the Palestinian cause and to rescue Jerusalem from the hands of the Zionist occupiers and it is an occasion to shed light on what Palestine and its people are suffering from the siege, Judaization, starvation and the demolition of holy sites,” Nasrallah said.

“Today, on August 2, 2013, we critically need to commemorate the occasion, and I thank all of you for heeding the call of (late) Imam (Ruhollah) Khomeini,” leader of the 1979 Iranian Revolution, Nasrallah told supporters.

He warned that Israel poses a “grave and permanent threat to all the states and peoples of this region and its capabilities, security, dignity, safety and sovereignty, and anyone who denies that would be practicing obstinacy.”

“Therefore, it is not only an existential threat to Palestine's people, but also to all the peoples and civilizations of the region,” added Nasrallah.

“The removal of the usurper entity is in the interest of the entire Islamic world and the entire Arab world and it is also a national interest for every country in the region. Israel poses a threat to Jordan and its demise is a national Jordanian interest, it poses a threat to Lebanon and Israel's demise is a national Lebanese interest,” he went on to say.

He added that accordingly, “anyone who stands in the face of the Zionist scheme anywhere in our region and through any means, would be defending his country, people and the future of his children and grandchildren, in addition to defending Palestine.”

He called for highlighting the priority of “this conflict with the Zionist scheme in Lebanon, Syria and Jerusalem.”

“All the massacres and plights that we suffered in Lebanon and the region can be attributed to abandoning the priorities and responsibilities,” Nasrallah noted.

“Unfortunately, some in the Arab world who are backed by the states and governments of the West are blocking and preventing this priority and are pushing peoples to endorse other priorities and are inventing new wars. First they spoke of the communist expansion and Palestine was forgotten and they spent billions and came up with books, conferences and wars. Then they invented the Iranian and Persian expansion and a war that cost billions was waged against Iran. Had they spent only one tenth on Palestine, it would have been liberated,” he added.

“They then used the so-called Shiite expansion and said the priority is confronting the Shiite threat because it poses a greater threat to the nation than the Zionist scheme. To many, Israel is not a threat and an enemy anymore,” Nasrallah lamented.

He added that what's worse is that “they gave some local conflicts a sectarian nature.”

“In Egypt, there is an acute political rift, but it is political and not sectarian. The same applies to Yemen, Tunisia and Libya. But when it comes to countries that have diversity, such as Syria, Lebanon, Iraq and Bahrain, the political conflict is turned into a sectarian conflict and they invoke the conflicts of history,” Nasrallah noted.

“Isn't it time for the peoples of the region to realize that some parties are seeking to destroy the region and its countries, armies and peoples? They don't only want to fragment the nations but also to fragment the peoples into sects. Isn't it time for the peoples of the region to point their fingers at the countries that are sponsoring this destructive, spiteful scheme, which is the most dangerous scheme our region has witnessed?” he said.

Nasrallah pointed out that anyone backing the “Takfiri groups” ideologically, financially and in the media and anyone “pushing them to the battlefields” bears the first responsibility for all the “ongoing destruction.”

Hizbullah's leader called on everyone to realize the threats and “exert strenuous efforts in every country to resolve its issue through dialogue and halt the bloodshed, in Syria, Tunisia, Egypt, Bahrain, Pakistan and Somalia,” noting that “unfortunately, wherever these Takfiri groups go, there will be disasters.”

“In Hizbullah, we have always and will continue to seek common denominators and to organize and postpone our differences, because the disputes have become destructive,” he said.

“Where will this madness lead everyone? This is the responsibility of all the scholars and for the sake of the entire nation efforts must unite to defeat this destructive scheme,” added Nasrallah.

But he reassured that “our people are capable of defeating this scheme and God willing it will be defeated.”

“We in Hizbullah stress our commitment to these principles, for which our enemies and sometimes our friends criticize us,” he added.

Addressing the dispute with the Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas over the conflict in Syria, Nasrallah said: “We in Hizbullah will keep supporting Palestine and we're keen on good ties with all the Palestinian forces, although we might have our differences sometimes over Syria and Palestine.”

“Whatever the doctrinal, religious or political dispute might be, Palestine must remain the main cause,” he stressed.

Nasrallah thanked Hizbullah's regional allies Iran and Syria “for all they are doing for Palestine.”

Turning to Lebanon, Nasrallah said: “We will remain a vigilant and alert resistance to protect our country alongside the national Lebanese army and we send a big salutation to its command, officers, soldiers and wounded.”

He also noted that certain forces ]are seeking to “remove the Shiites of the Arab and Islamic worlds from the equation.”

“Describe us as rejectionists, describe us as terrorists, describe us as criminals, say whatever you want and keep killing us ... On every front, at the door of every hussainiyah and mosque, we the Shiites of Ali bin Abi Taleb will not abandon Palestine,” Nasrallah vowed.

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Comments 58
Thumb jabal10452 over 6 years

I like your picture! It shows Hezbollah's flag devouring the Lebanese flag, which is an accurate illustration of what has been going on in this country.

Missing dcnzogh over 6 years

More correctly saving the country

Thumb Chupachups over 6 years

I predict over 150 comments for this article, gonna sleep and see the result tomorrow.

Default-user-icon u_zaiter (Guest) over 6 years

ataoui, your pic looks like Lebanon has developed a deathly tumor which is at the point of metastasizing. Very accurate depiction! Gave u a thumbs up.

Missing 5.56 over 6 years

I wish palestinians around the globe demonstrate and tell this donkey that they dont need his help. Go liberate the golan instead...

Thumb Lebanon4life over 6 years

Long live the Lebanese army !!

Default-user-icon Borat (Guest) over 6 years

Ataoui is clearly a single neuron chimp who feeds off the propaganda of such charismatic leaders while they go from one bunga bunga party to the next

Default-user-icon A.S. (Guest) over 6 years

Sectarian filth, if you claim to be a "Lebanese resistance" and protecting Lebanon then why would you care so much about "Palestine"

Thumb lebanon_first over 6 years

The palestinian cause has been used as an excuse so much by this backward humanoids that it isnt even funny anymore.

Missing themadman over 6 years

Une des choses qui me frappe le plus dans ce discours, c'est cette culture de guerre, et de combat. J'ai l'impression que la vie est banalisée, que l'épanouissement individuel n'a pas d'importance.
Se réjouir de la vie, avoir le droit à la prospérité, vivre son humanité, faire carrière, développer sa culture, voyager, découvrir, contribuer à l'avancé de la science... n'ont aucune importance, comme si nous sommes un peuple condamné à se battre contre "cet ennemi" et "sauver" la Palestine!

Missing samiam over 6 years

blah blah blah resistance
blah blah blah israel

same poop, different day.

oh yeah, zionist conspiracy.....

Thumb Maxx over 6 years

Tu l'avais dit.

Thumb lebanon_first over 6 years

Bien dit madman. Tu résume ma pensée. Soit disant nous sommes un peuple qui doit ne faire que se battre....

Default-user-icon JRS (Guest) over 6 years

C'est pour ca que la cle pour vaincre le Hezbollah reside dans l'epanouissement des individues (et non des organisations) chiites. Chacun ici milite pour son propre camp, mais aucun d'entre nous (soyons honnetes) ne veut combattre et metter sa propre vie en danger. C'est bien normal: On s'attend a ce que la vie nous donne plus qu'une mort inutile au service de politiciens qui se cachent derriere leurs micros. Ayant marginalisé les chiites ruraux depuis des decenies, on leurs a donné la volonté du combat. En France, bien que plein de sunnites soutiennent la cause de la FSA, c'est seuls les marginalisé qui s'en vont combattre. Effacer la volonté du combat, c'est obliger la populace chiite a resoudre ses problemes avec le (vrai) dialogue et le compromis. Toutes les armes de l'Iran ne servent a rien s'il n'y a personne pour les tenir.

Missing samiam over 6 years

sorry madman--this was not supposed to be a reply to your post.

Thumb gebran_sons over 6 years

There are only two types of Lebanese. Those who know that Hizbollah is a criminal organization poison to freedom and democracy and admit it and those who know that Hizbollah is a criminal organization poison to freedom and democracy and sell their soul to benefit from it. The second group is worse than Hizbollah because they are the cancer Lebanon suffers from. No one is hurt by Hizbollah more than the Shia community. Hizbollah impact on Lebanese economy is losses in the hundreds of billions. They nurtured extremism in all communities and disfigured for ever Lebanon's role as cradle of freedom and democracy and the natural guiding light to an Arab Spring in disarray

Default-user-icon Jeronimo (Guest) over 6 years

The knot is tightening around hizbollah's neck.
If you are so concerned about the palestinians, why don't you and your iranian puppetmaster ship them to iran for starters.
@ gabby14... I am a Lebanese Christian, not a fan of hizbollah, even against its positions, but we have nothing against muslims shias or sunnis, they are Lebanese like us, so please there is no need for insults and name calling about other religions.

Thumb jabal10452 over 6 years

I see that you hurried up and changed your picture. My comment must have struck a raw nerve, eh?

Thumb jabal10452 over 6 years

I like your new picture even more. It looks like a green cancer cell slowly devouring Lebanon. You couldn't be more right in your illustration.

Thumb Maxx over 6 years

You know, if I wasn't constantly reminded by reality and evidence that Hasan is just spewing some more lies for the sake of keeping his sheep in the fold, I would have said that he's a pretty good speaker. But I also note that almost everything he says is so carefully said so that it does not mention what he and Hizb have been doing to Lebanon and Syria over the past few years, when I hear how he manipulates the emotions of his listeners without giving them an iota of intelligible truth, I am reminded of another eloquent speaker who used the same tactics to defend himself in court: Ted Bundy. And knowing the M8erine, they're probably all 3ambi kabbro, even the Christian sheep of Aoun. Hasan says "jump", his groupies scream back, "from which floor?"

Missing greatpierro over 6 years

Indeed. Alike Assad, and previously Egypt, and Libya, the. Terrorist organization Ha and Iran use the the Palestinian cause to prop their legitimacy and maintain their tyrannical existence over their people. The terrorist HA organization and Iran care less about Palestine their fear is that they get toppled by their own people and hence they need a cause to justify the state of emergency, the militias and the revolutionary guards, their spending on armament, etc....

Missing people-power over 6 years

Fatah and Hamas both reject Hezbollah. Face the facts.

Missing rudy over 6 years

Lol t3aj

Missing rudy over 6 years

Just occurred to me. Can you tell me what a zionist is :)

Missing helicopter over 6 years

To those commentators suggesting in their comments that the only reason HA is holding on to its arm is to defend Lebanon until the LAF are capable of doing that....................
Well SHN has proved you wrong. He declared it loud and clear that he will not abandon Palestine and that the demise of Israel is his goal. This declaration of his is only the fig leaf that hides the real reason for HA which is to extend Iran's influence throughout as much of the Middle East as possible (he does not even acknowledge the existence of the Republic of Lebanon). At least he is more honest than his M8 supporters on this forum.

Missing helicopter over 6 years

However SHN still has a long way to go to catch up with the publicity Bin-Laden got not only from local media but also from international media. The more lunatic you are the bigger the coverage.

Thumb Senescence over 6 years

Oh great, never knew the US president was a lunatic/ma khas.

Missing helicopter over 6 years

I read your post and disagreed with all of it. Then I read it backward and it made sense.

Missing helicopter over 6 years

Zionist, Khomeini, El-Faqih........... what is the difference, they are so similar and almost the same.

Missing helicopter over 6 years

Persian HA is occupying Lebanon now not the Jews

Missing helicopter over 6 years

Just like HA and Syria hijacked the Lebanese decision on war and peace. Lebanon is not allowed to hold peace talks with Israel until Syria does that first and use Lebanon as bargaining chip for them and for the Iranian Mullahs.

Missing helicopter over 6 years

The army just stated its voice through the President of the Republic of Lebanon, they do not need the resistance that works for Iran. But I know, you have no president, your highest authority is the Supreme leader of Ayran.

Default-user-icon morpheus (Guest) over 6 years

well,seeing as they are their american counterparts still decide any course of action in the mideast,they start revolutions and let two sides kill each other off,magical isn't it.
who else but israel benefits from that,also they create problems to oust unwanted presidents,even legal ones such as mursi(i hate him but meh),they keep the peace with egypt but let them destroy their country slowly while they build up an even stronger army,and you fools speak of peace,peace with the devil. you say HA is limited to shias only,okay,why don't other parties send fighters,which we all know they have,in separate battalions to fight the IDF? since its the south being attacked,then only shias should do the fighting and sunnis and christians watch as they always have.

Default-user-icon motherfakih (Guest) over 6 years

dream on morpheus, the truth is these johnny come lately "islamic revolutionaries in lebanon" as their banner used to say murdered the leaders of the lebanese secular and leftist resistance belonging to every lebanese sect who were fighting israel from amal, cpl, ssnp etc.. the sectarian shiite jihadists could not tolerate anyone who did not share their dogma and their ultimate plan of an islamic republic in lebanon under the control of the "fakih"

Default-user-icon morpheus (Guest) over 6 years

point made,HA is here to stay for a reallly long time,we all know it,so start accepting the fact,and do the least of thanking them for the countless martyrs who took up arms,fought and died and liberated the south,and secured our northern unguarded borders. and you scrubs dare insult them

Default-user-icon morpheus (Guest) over 6 years

point made,HA is here to stay for a reallly long time,we all know it,so start accepting the fact,and do the least of thanking them for the countless martyrs who took up arms,fought and died and liberated the south,and secured our northern unguarded borders. and you scrubs dare insult them

Default-user-icon JSA (Guest) over 6 years

Clarification: Je ne dit pas que la cause (idealist, certe) d'une "resistance" est seulement soutenu par les marginalisé, mais c'est ces dernier qui font le sale boulot. Surtout au Liban.

Missing --karim_m3 over 6 years

Mr. Nasrallah, why should the Lebanese care about Palestine when the Palestinians themselves stopped caring about Palestine?

Missing --karim_m3 over 6 years

I think very few are bigger criminals than that terrorist thug Arafat, but I agree with your post. Palestine is not Lebanon's problem and the Palestinians themselves stopped caring about it decades ago. Send the Palestinian refugees to the Arab countries and withdraw from the Arab-Israeli conflict permanently. We've spent decades being unwilling volunteers to other people's problems. Enough is enough.

Missing servant-of-jesus over 6 years

ah... he fears a peace treaty is in the air...

Missing samiam over 6 years

honorable isn't the first word I would think of, nor the second, third or hundredth.

Missing jabal over 6 years

Either way, the end is near

Missing samiam over 6 years

al quds day is an imaginary day invented by the iranian mullahs--it shouldn't surprise anyone that an iranian proxy/tool/mercenary group actually 'commemorates' it.

i had to google it and was thinking wtf

Thumb Senescence over 6 years

Uhm, what? Al Quds Day or Jerusalem Day is, fresh from the wikipedia page:

"Jerusalem Day is an Israeli national holiday commemorating the reunification of Jerusalem and the establishment of Israeli control over the Old City in June 1967.

The Chief Rabbinate of Israel declared Jerusalem Day a minor religious holiday to thank God for victory in the Six-Day War and for answering the 2,000-year-old prayer of "Next Year in Jerusalem".

Basically a response to Israeli celebration of annexing palestine and other Arab lands.

Default-user-icon Majnoun (Guest) over 6 years

Habibi Please go to Jerusalem... Please do not use LEBANESE lands as your route... use the Golan Heights as your route and since you are leaving please uproot and take with you the thousands of Palestinian refugees along for the road trip so you don't get lonely.

Default-user-icon majnoun (Guest) over 6 years

lol have someone say these things in modern day and he'll be thrown in the insane asylum.... but 1400 years ago it's all good and well to turn water into wine or fly on a winged horse to the highest of the heavens. Go figure...

Default-user-icon Majnoun (Guest) over 6 years

Jerusalem should be an independent state. Managed to accommodate Muslims, Christians & Jews alike. Nobody can eliminate anybody... so share in peace.

Thumb general_puppet over 6 years

"Nasrallah in Rare Public Appearance"... Take a couple of deep breaths Nasaralla before you go back to hiding underground.

Same old garbage... the Palestinians are handling their own affairs and you are full of BS. Hizbullah is just a tool of the ayatollah, their allegiance is to the Axis. Anyone how thinks that the militia is going to "join" the LAF and follow orders giving by a lebanese government are delusional.

Thumb general_puppet over 6 years

"Sayyed said that we are coming to Jerusalem."... we have been hearing that for a long time, why does the Sayyed not do it instead of just saying it? Was he on his way to the south border or to the safety of his bunker after the speech? Maybe I misunderstood and he is busy digging a tunnel to Jerusalem, that might be the delay.

Missing VINCENT over 6 years

More like peace between Israel and Palestinians is the demise of Iran's agenda. I won't even mention Hezbollah here since they are secondary to Iran.

Thumb Elemental over 6 years

Let's see here...Nasrallah never condemned the rocket attacks that happened recently near the presidential palace...oh yeah and the Palestinians don't even like Hezbollah given that they've been helping Assad in Syria...

Thumb Senescence over 6 years

Right ,well: http://www.naharnet.com/stories/en/92920-hizbullah-criticizes-vile-reports-linking-suleiman-s-thursday-speech-to-rocket-attack

Default-user-icon mfawaz (Guest) over 6 years

nevertheless endless nasrallah should have at least mentioned it instead of circling his sectarian wagons with the almost a dozen times mentioning the word "Shiites" for no reason whatsoever except the sectarian baiting

Thumb Elemental over 6 years

Let's see here...Nasrallah never condemned the rocket attacks that happened recently near the presidential palace...oh yeah and the Palestinians don't even like Hezbollah given that they've been helping Assad in Syria...

Thumb Senescence over 6 years

people-power, Hamas reconciled. Idk much about Fatah.

Thumb Senescence over 6 years

US is staying out because of its economic woes and public backlash that would result from fighting a war that doesn't concern its citizens. They've tasted thousands of deaths in the Iraqi war and worldwide humiliation resulting from various scandals in Iraq and the US itself as well.

I'm not really sure what Israel thinks of this war. It's main goal has always been protecting itself (by doing what it can to keep other Arab countries oppressed), but I think they want Bachar to go so they can easily plan an attack on Iran without any Syrian backup to the latter. Then again, if he goes, radicals would take the country, which, although probably wouldn't help Iran, would present another long-term danger to Israel.

If Israel made peace with Palestine, we'd see an entirely different Middle East, though.

Thumb freedomarch over 6 years

Bil_Khassih(inside_man): HSN Is the most "Honorable"? Yes.. In the hundreds of thousands of those vacuum heads of the blind followers of "head" of Farsi terrorist group.

Default-user-icon canada mojito (Guest) over 6 years

I thought in Islam tattoo is not allowed....is 7aram....I am sure all those militants eat pork...I think the atomic bomb fell in the wrong location Hiroshima...should be south of Lebanon...and we should raise a pork farm instead...