Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Hezbollah - the reckoning

The majority leader of the Lebanese parliament Sa'd Al-Hariri, interviewed in Saudi paper Okaz (from Memri):
"The recent position [taken by] the [Saudi] kingdom is rational and is characterized by political acumen... In its declaration [i.e. its criticism of Hizbullah and Iran], the [Saudi] kingdom said the whole truth. These adventurers [i.e. Hizbullah] have placed us in a difficult situation because of their irresponsibility, and in fact, the Saudi position [presented] the present situation as it really is... We support this stance because we are fed up with the exaggerations and the slogans... which ultimately brought about the destruction of the Lebanese infrastructure and the murder of innocent Lebanese. We demand a reckoning with these adventurers who embroiled Lebanon in a crisis it does not need. The truth must be stated even if it is painful and difficult, as it was stated by [Foreign Minister] Saud Al-Faysal in his speech at the Cairo [Arab foreign ministers] meeting...
A reckoning with Hezbollah - exactly what Israel wants too.
"...Lebanon has been embroiled in a war, and we do not know how it will end. [Those responsible] did not consult anybody, and did not coordinate [this] with the government... We do not want the continuation of this destruction..."

Regarding the Arab rift [that emerged] in the meeting, he said: "The position of the [Saudi] kingdom, Egypt, Jordan, and the Gulf states was positive, and those hypocrites [i.e. Syria and Iran] calling for battle, are in fact the people most distant from this struggle. They want to bring the region into an all-out war..."
Of course, that the fact that a senior Lebanese politician and the foreign ministers of Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan and the Gulf states all blame Hezbollah and its patron states for the current crisis won't stop western moonbats frothing at the mouth with anti-Israeli bile.

7 Comments:

Anonymous alison said...

I think it was Pastorius at IBB who commented re that first image "ive never met my father"...

"and you've never met your mother either"

2:17 pm  
Blogger Sperestillan said...

I'd like to leave an intelligent comment , but my head is banging like someone is hitting it with a piece of wood (too much exercise, and too much heat today)

Rooting for Israel though!

9:48 pm  
Anonymous alison said...

i put my comment under the wrong post - it is of course meant for the one below. Ummm... i was drinking from home?

10:03 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

They were bigging up Hizbollah's humanitarian work on the Today programme yesterday.

Hiz, like Hamas, runs schools and hospitals and stuff, as well as other 'social programmes' for Shi'ite people in Lebanon.

Yeah. The National Party in South Africa ran schools and hospitals for 'their people' too.

Perhaps the BBC would like to spend a day in a Hamas-run school?

9:19 am  
Blogger Charles Martel said...

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8:18 pm  
Blogger Charles Martel said...

jim naughtie having a rant

the usual deal - anti israel, anti america, rant rant rant.

and yet, i am forced, by law , to pay for his salary.

8:19 pm  
Blogger AntiCitizenOne said...

Don't pay! I don't.

1:14 pm  

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