Nasrallah Criticizes Arabs for Not Sending Arms to Gaza
[An Nahar] Hizbullah Leader His Eminence Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah
The satrap of the Medes and the Persians in Leb...
criticized on Monday Arab countries that "are sending weaponry to Syria but have not aided Gazoo with one bullet", attacking Qatari Prime Minister Sheikh Hamad bin Jassem al-Thani's "sheep" comments.
In a speech he gave on the fifth day of Ashoura, Nasrallah said Arab nations should have contributed in "arming Gazoo and supporting its fighters instead of calling for a mediation between it and the Israeli enemy".
"Arab foreign ministers' statement is similar in its content to the one released after Israel's 2008 attack on Gazoo, as both contain no more than condemnation and rescue calls for the international community," said Nasrallah.
Arab FMs met on Saturday at the headquarter of the Arab League
...an organization of Arabic-speaking states with 22 member countries and four observers. The League tries to achieve Arab consensus on issues, which usually leaves them doing nothing but a bit of grimacing and mustache cursing...
in Cairo to discuss the Israeli assaults on Gazoo.
"Israel is now looking for a way out of the deadlock it had put itself into after assassinating Hamas, always the voice of sweet reason, leader Ahmed Jaabari," Nasrallah said, calling for evaluating the factors enabling Gazoo to strongly fight Israel and launch missiles into Tel Aviv and Jerusalem and destroy many Israeli military vehicles.
"Iran and Syria's contribution to Gazoo are apparent in this domain," he said, adding that "it is Arabs' duty to open the borders in front of the people of Gazoo and send arms to the Paleostinian resistance".
Responding to bin Jassem's word during the Arab FMs' meeting, Nasrallah said "there are still heroes and wolfs among Arabs, and if he considers himself a coward, he should not include the rest of the Arabs in this classification".
Nasrallah added that many governments, politicians, and journalists in the region and internationally have turned into coward "sheep" in the last 60 years since Israel's occupation of Paleostine, as many of them have let down Paleostine and Leb, leaving them to face their own destiny with blood.
"Wolfs are going to shape the history of the region, similar to what they have done through their resistance in Leb and Gazoo," expressed Nasrallah.
The Qatari PM had said "they (the Israelis) are not wolves, but most of us are sheep".
Nasrallah ended his political speech by saying that "Iran, Syria and Hizbullah will not abandon Gazoo and they are performing their religious and national duty as their main battle is this battle".
Posted by: Fred 2012-11-20