Hezbollah fought Israel only two times- here is their real reason why they stand by criminal Assad and killingSyrian people
I ask: How many times has Hezbollah fought
in a decade and a half? Only twice, in 1997 and in 2006.
In the past ten years, most of Hezbollah’s heroic acts were criminal ones that destabilized their country and obstructed political life.
Other than that, the front with
guarded by Hezbollah fighters. In the past ten years, most of Hezbollah’s
heroic acts were criminal ones that destabilized their country and obstructed
political life. Was Hezbollah fighting Israel
when assassins killed Lebanon’s
Rafiq Hariri in 2005? Was it fighting Israel when, for two continuous years, it
resumed implementing assassinations against its political, media and military
rivals - whose number exceed 20 - upon orders from Bashar al-Assad’s regime?
Was it fighting Israel when
it occupied west Beirut, attacked Mount Lebanon and killed around 70 people in 2008? Was it
when it obstructed public interests, blocked roads and stirred a state of fear
that forced most March 14 leaders to hide at the Phoenicia Hotel for several
months because they were afraid of Hezbollah’s gangs?
Unfortunately, due to regional disputes, many have supported Bashar al-Assad and Hassan Nasrallah at a time when they committed hideous crimes against
Lebanon and the region. Confronting
Israel was nothing more than
a propaganda campaign aiming to justify attempts to dominate Lebanon and be
the sole decision makers in the country. Hezbollah is almost the only party
that has arsenal and a trained army, and it is almost the only party that
refuses to be submissive to the state’s authority alleging its power aims to
As you see, it’s now spending your money and support to committing massacres in
However, Hizbollah has its own very pragmatic reasons for wanting Mr Assad's regime to stay intact.
Damascus has long been the conduit through which Hizbollah
has received weapons from the Shia mullahs of Iran,
who have sponsored both Hizbollah and the Assad regime itself ever since Iran's 1979
Islamic revolution. Tehran supports them partly
as fellow Shias in an area dominated by Sunnis, and partly as fellow opponents
of Iran's arch-enemy Israel,
with which Hizbollah fought a brief war in 2006.
disuse disguises or excuse as Israel
for their real agenda which is dominance of Lebanon