Nasrallah: Hizballah will respond to any Israeli attack on Lebanon

Hizballah’s leader Hassan Nasrallah vowed Saturday to respond to any Israeli attack on Lebanon. In a televised speech, he said “Hizballah will unquestionably retaliate against any Israeli aggression against Lebanon. We are not afraid of any sanctions and we will continue to hold on to our weapons and missiles.” He added:” We condemn any form of normalization with the Zionist entity.”

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19 thoughts on “Nasrallah: Hizballah will respond to any Israeli attack on Lebanon

  • Nov 10, 2018 @ 18:04 at 18:04
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    2006 sent the ill prepared and cowards of Zion home crying. The next war if Israel is so stupid to launch will see the Zionist enitity fade away into the the dust bucket of time as previous tyrannical powers. #MenOfGod

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    • Nov 10, 2018 @ 18:28 at 18:28
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      Sadly mistaken. That is not what the Bible says.

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      • Nov 10, 2018 @ 21:38 at 21:38
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        And it shall come to pass on that day, that the glory of Jacob shall become impoverished and the fatness of his flesh shall become emaciated.
        5. And it shall be like gathering the harvest of the standing grain, and his arm reaps ears, and he shall be as one who gathers ears of grain in the valley of Rephaim.
        6. And gleanings shall be left in it like the cutting of an olive tree, two or three berries at the end of the uppermost bough; four or five on its branches when it produces fruit, says the Lord, God of Israel.
        7. On that day, man shall turn to his Maker, and his eyes shall look to the Holy One of Israel.
        8. And he shall not turn to the altar of the work of his hands, and what his fingers made he shall not regard, neither the asherim nor the sun-images.
        9. On that day, the cities of his strength shall be like the abandonment of the forest and the many branched trees which they abandoned from before the children of Israel, and it became a waste.
        10. For you forgot the God of your salvation, and the Rock of your strength you did not remember; because I planted you with pleasant saplings, and with the branch of a stranger you sow it.

        [quote][b]The Pine Forest [/b]

        Until the 20th century, pine trees where a rare sight in the landscapes of Palestina.
        They were found mostly in the gardens of monasteries and churches. In the natural
        landscape there were only several groups of pines, of the species Pinus halepensis and
        Pinus pinea.

        The domination of the pine trees in the Israeli/Palestinian landscape is linked directly with the
        Zionistic organization: The “Jewish National Fund” (JNF), which was founded in 1901 in order
        to purchase land for the future Jewish State. To mark the ownership over the land it had
        purchased, the JNF took the action of planting forests. Since its foundation the JNF has
        planted more than 240 million trees, on an area of over 250,000 acres.
        For many years, pine trees, mostly of imported species, were the most dominant in the
        inventory of plants chosen by the JNF to be planted in these forests. Among those, the most
        popular was the Cyprus pine (Pinus brutia).

        Why had the JNF chosen this foreign tree over native species? Israeli architect Michael
        Chyutin claims that the Zionists that came to Palestina from Eastern Europe at the beginning of the 20th century “rebelled against the traditional religious culture and saw secularism as a
        way of life”. In contrast to Biblical command: “When you enter the land and plant any tree for
        food…” (Lev. 19:23-25), the “New Jews”, as they saw themselves, chose to import “new
        flora”, “which consisted of shade providing “fruitless” trees suited the new immigrants’
        memories of the land of their childhood…”

        The connection between the new pine forests planted in Palestina by the Zionists, and the
        landscapes of their birthplace in Eastern Europe, was beautifully expressed by the Hebrew
        poet, Leah Goldberg. In her poem “Pine”, Goldberg, who was born in East Prussia and
        immigrated to Palestina, wrote of the two lands she regarded as “homeland”:

        PINE
        Here I will not hear the voice of the cuckoo.
        Here the tree will not wear a cape of snow.
        But it is here in the shade of these pines
        my whole childhood reawakens.

        With you I was transplanted twice,
        with you, pine trees, I grew –
        roots in two disparate landscapes

        11. On the day of your planting you mingled, and in the morning you cause your seed to blossom; a heap of harvest on a day of sickness and mortal pain.
        12. Woe to a multitude of many peoples, like the roaring of seas they roar; and a rushing of nations, like the rushing of mighty waters they rush.
        13. Nations, like the rushing of many waters, they rush, and He shall rebuke them, and he shall flee from afar, and he shall be pursued like the chaff of the mountains before the wind, and like the thistle blossoms before the tempest.
        14. At eventide, behold there is fright; before morning he is no more. This is the portion of our plunderers and the lot of our spoilers.

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        • Nov 11, 2018 @ 0:53 at 0:53
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          But behold, MR iVaN_DiSPuTiN_YaHu is a dick, also a head of his mosque, in one single word a dickhead!

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          • Nov 11, 2018 @ 19:24 at 19:24
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            Yet every knee shall bow and every tongue shall confess that Y’shu’a sar shalom is king.

            (At eventide, behold there is fright; before morning he is no more. This is the portion of our plunderers and the lot of our spoilers.)

    • Nov 10, 2018 @ 18:49 at 18:49
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      AFTER THE IDF BOMBS THE TRANNIE NASSRALLAH BACK TO HELL WE WILL KIDNAP YOUR FAVORITE CAMELS WITH THE BIGGEST SCHLONGS AND SELL THEM TO THE HIGHEST BIDDERS IN KSA.

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    • Nov 10, 2018 @ 21:23 at 21:23
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      Nasrallah made his threat when he briefly popped his head out from the bunker/spidehole he hides in – like a snake. Then he quickly took cover and pulled the blanket over his turban.

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      • Nov 11, 2018 @ 13:07 at 13:07
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        Muslim Male Cowards Always Hide in Hijabs, Caves or Sewers just like Saddam Hussain,Gaddaffi and Paedo,s like Osama BIn Laden and fellow Muslim Coward Beardy Weirdy Paedo Nassrallah.
        The Lebanease Goverments Main Military Hizbollah Led by Top Muslim Coward Nassrallah has only got Bigger and Meaner whilst the Isreali Army if you can call it that have become Smaller and Weaker.
        When anyone one allows something to Grow its Obvious its going to get Bigger…..Its Called Appeasment?…Facts not Fiction.

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    • Nov 11, 2018 @ 13:55 at 13:55
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      @…….Mr Canaanite…… So sorry to hear you are Hearing Voices of a Delusional Nature….keep Taking the Mind Bending Tablets as We all hope you get well soon..

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  • Nov 10, 2018 @ 18:57 at 18:57
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    WTFC, swansong from a old man.

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  • Nov 10, 2018 @ 19:08 at 19:08
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    How sad a country would be Lebanon without any Muslim and Muslim’s Army?

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    • Nov 10, 2018 @ 21:13 at 21:13
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      Lebanon without Muslims or a Muslim army?

      Lebanon would be like DISNEYLAND on the Fourth of July.

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  • Nov 10, 2018 @ 19:10 at 19:10
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    Hizballah’s leader Hassan Nasrallah vowed Saturday to respond to any Israeli attack on Lebanon, he then crawled back into his dank cave.

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  • Nov 10, 2018 @ 19:21 at 19:21
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    The root cause of all problems in Mid Orient is Turkey and its failed Damn Islamic Empire.
    Turkey should pay compensation!

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    • Nov 10, 2018 @ 21:13 at 21:13
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      Turkey should be reparations to the Armenian people for the 1915 Armenian genocide.

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      • Nov 10, 2018 @ 22:34 at 22:34
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        AND DON’T FORGET ALL THE CAMELS PIGDOGAN HAS MOLESTED.

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  • Nov 11, 2018 @ 8:48 at 8:48
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    The regional war is predicted in Psalm 83. Isaiah 17 shows how Damascus will be destroyed (a night raid, likely with nuclear weapons). When the Ezekiel 38/39 War occurs, all of Israel’s immediate neighbors are not mentioned. (What happened to them?) The United States is not mentioned, or even hinted at, in any Biblical prophecy. Ditto with Russia (except in Ezekiel’s War). The coming world ruler gets a lot of press, as they say. Don’t be hasty to sign any treaties with him!

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    • Nov 11, 2018 @ 19:28 at 19:28
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      yeah, the USA is not mentioned, plays no part, was not there, dindu nuthin’

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