In today’s news bulletin:
“I am the only ruler of Lebanon, so listen and obey me.” In this spirit, the Secretary-General of Hezbollah, Hassan Nasrallah, appeared to the Lebanese. He spoke about the issues raised in the tone of the forbidding order.
In the Lebanese situation, he switched between the judiciary, politics and the military without any embarrassment. In the Christian situation, he spoke of Christians as if he were their guardian, responsible for their present and future.
Whoever listened to Nasrallah noticed clearly that he gave the Christians a choice between two things: either they seek refuge in Hezbollah to protect them from extremists and ISIS, or they become threatened with their security, safety and existence.
Who told Nasrallah that the Christians want to protect him, or they want to live with him? And who said to Nasrallah that Christians are afraid and that the party is the best medicine for their fear?
Christians, like Muslims, only want the state. Only the state must protect its children, and everything else is a mistake that leads to fatal mistakes, even sins.
And here we get to the bottom line. As Nasrallah, while threatening the Lebanese forces, revealed a military secret for the first time, when he announced that Hezbollah had 100,000 fighters.
Is this secret – public message at the same time, really directed to the Lebanese Forces, or to both the inside and the outside? Then, how does an internal party admit that its army outnumbers the Lebanese army and threatens the inside with it? Is this not a target for civil peace? Mr. Secretary-General: ease your arrogance a little and ease your show off your strength. Be humble. And before threatening the Lebanese forces with the 100,000 fighters, you should remember that there is Israel south of the Litani.
Wish you remember the Shebaa farms and the Kfarshouba hills. Wish you would remember Jerusalem. Unless the road to Shebaa, Kfar Shuba, and Al-Quds passes by you and your party in Al-Tayouneh and Ain Al-Rummaneh!