| 29 November 2023, Wednesday |

“Hezbollah” .. fake promises and real terrorism

“Hell” is the anology that can be launched with Lebanon, with the beginning of the new year, as what is happening in its arena, is outweighed by ugliness and torment, in light of a vertical division between the people of power at the internal levels, and relations with its surrounding, especially the Arab Gulf states. It was obvious through a party of speeches and press conferences in which the New Year opened with a verbal bombardment. The level of accusations rose and led to the drop in the exchange rate of the Lebanese pound to the lowest level recorded in the history of this currency.

President of the Republic, General Michel Aoun, raised questions, but solutions are missing. The next day, Prime Minister Najib Mikati followed him in a press conference that was overwhelmed with emotion, and despite his promises, he was only able to achieve them through his reassuring appearances, that are not enough to satisfy hunger.

As for the third “appearance” that has put Lebanon “on stake”, it was Hezbollah’s Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah, who bombed all fronts with words that exceeded the effects of the missiles he had stored, and still covered the entire area of ​​Lebanon, but the process of launching them towards the Israeli enemy did not come yet, until the Lebanese are  persuaded of the need to distinguish between the killer and the martyr.

He distributed the charges on the Iraqi officials without naming them, asking them to take a firm stance against the killer, he identified as the United States, and get it out of Iraq. Then he moved to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, to which he is exporting his Captagon products to. He did not spare Qatar, which supported him during the July 2006 war, and he forgot about the cells that are active in Kuwait and trying to destabilize its internal affairs.
As far as Syria is concerened, its people have lost their scattered lands, and the “Iranian Revolutionary Guards” and “Hezbollah” are still stockpiling weapons that destroy a large part of it. Are they stockpiling it in warehouses in preparation for the liberation of Palestine or the liberation of Syria from its entire people, by buying their lands through carrots and sticks, or by linking Tehran to Syria through Basra, via a railway track, to complete the “Wilayat al-Faqih” project.

Regarding the Lebanese who secure their livelihood in the Arab Gulf states and in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia specifically, why is this concern about them, and if it happened and they left its lands, this is one of the simplest things that you can do. And all you have to do is include them in the project of your resistance to liberate Palestine, provided that the salary is in “Fresh Dollar,” that your party seeks to secure through the Captagon trade and smuggling across land, sea and air borders.

As for the revenge for Qassem Soleimani and Abu Mahdi Al-Muhandis, two years have passed since his promise of revenge, and the 100,000 fighters are just numbers that monitor the number of the Israeli enemy flights, which raided the Iranian weapons depots, starting from the “Hezbollah” square and kilometers away from Haret Hreik.