A while ago 2 Hezbollah members were kidnapped and executed by the militias of zionist agent Walid Jumblatt in Mount Lebanon, and a Hezbollah office was set on fire in Tripoli in North Lebanon, which has given refuge to terrorist Salafis/Bin Ladenites (including the Fateh al-Islam in Nahr el Bared funded by Hariri and which cost the lives of hundreds of Lebanese Army soldiers). Just a while ago the terror-supporting “prime minister” attacked the Army verbally, a clear attempt to tear it apart. Meanwhile, Hariri-owned al-Arabiya TV operating from the Gulf featured Salafi leaders threatening a Sunni war against Shi’ites and the Resistance, and spread “news” about Shi’ite massacres of Sunnis in the streets of Beirut. They of course turned out to be nothing but rumours meant to incite and ignite a sectarian war. The official security forces clarified that it was a personal dispute and had nothing to do with the opposition. As we can see, after Hariri media was closed down, the puppets of the Americans and zionists turned to al-Arabiya for their sectarian incitement. Now no one can tell us that the closing down of Hariri-owned media in Lebanon was a violation of freedoms. There can be no freedom to incite and spread hatred and calls for death and destruction. Anyway, I was just told that the 2 Hezbollah members who were killed were tortured and brutalized and then butchered in the most horrible of ways, and then their bodies were dumped in front of a hospital. I can only say that the end of Jumblatt and his allies is near, Insha’Allah. I think it was a courageous move on the part of the Jordanian Ikhwan Muslimeen (Muslim Brotherhood) to release a statement accusing the U.S of standing behind the events in Lebanon. Anyway, I have nothing more to add in the face of the news of the execution of 2 of our members. May Allah bless their souls and reward them for all the good they have done to the Islamic nation and the Lebanese people. Insha’Allah Victory will soon be ours and the American-zionist project will soon be defeated.
Posted on May 10, 2008 by Ashraf