Ouch! Hizbullah meets Hamas

While Netanyahu was still not finished with Mahmoud Abbas over embracing Hamas last month to form a PA unity government – Hamas started courting Israel’s most feared enemy – Hizbullah.

On November 1, 2017, Israeli daily Ha’aretz reported that Hamas’s new deputy leader Salah al-Aruri recently met with Hassan Nasrallah, the leader of Islamic resistance Hizbullah in Lebanon.

It seems Salah al-Aruri wanted to get Nasrallah’s opinion on Hamas latest alliance with pro-US Fatah group ruling Israel-occupied West Bank and use his influence to make Syrian president Bashar al-Assad forgive Khalid Meshaal’s mistakes in the past.

Islamist Hamas and secularist Fatah resistance groups are 180-degree apart when it comes to the liberation of Zionist occupied Palestine. Hamas believes in armed resistance against Zionist entity while Fatah fools believe that Gandhi non-violence protests will convince the alien Jews to leave Palestine and go back to their European ancestral homes.

On November 2, a paranoid Israeli journalist, Charles Bybelezer claimed at The Media Line that Hamas, Hizbullah are seeking to strengthen ties against Israel.

Hamas former political guru Khaled Meshaal whom Israeli Mossad tried to kill in 1997 , abandoned his office in Damascus in February 2012 as result of the golden carrot he was offered by the Emir of Qatar. However, Hamas rulers in Gaza Strip never abandoned their relations with Hassan Nasrallah and Ayatullah Ali Khamenei.

In July 2017, the Judas goat in the White House spilled his ignorance of what’s going-on in the Middle East by telling his guest, anti-Hizbullah Lebanese prime minister Sa’ad Hariri: “Lebanon is on the front lines in the fight against ISIS, al-Qaeda and Hizbullah.” In reality, Hizbullah is part of Sa’ad Hariri’s government and Lebanese parliament. In addition, the only Christian president in the Middle East, Michel Naim Aoun of Lebanon has nothing but praise for Hizbullah.

Hizbullah are not using their weapons in internal politics. The only ensure our resistance against the state of Israel, which continue to occupy part of our territory and which refuses to apply UN resolutions regarding Palestinians’ right to return,” Aoun stated in an interview published French newspaper Le Figaro in September 2017. He also stated that Hizbullah will maintain its arms until Israel vacate all lands occupied since 1967 and stop bullying its neighbors.

Last month, Nicholas J. Rasmussen (Jew), US state department director counter-terrorism, ranted that US intelligence community (trained by Israeli Mossad) is “monitoring Hizbullah efforts to plot terror activities against United States.”

A good response to Rasmussen’s rant came from Sharmine Narwani, former senior associate at St. Antony’s College, Oxford University, and a political commentator on Middle East affairs. On November 3, 2017, in an article, entitled, Hizbullah is Not a Threat to America, she wrote: “Western-backed militants are in retreat, Bashar al-Assad remains president, Hizbullah has stretched its wings regionally, Israeli power is in decline, and Iran is on the rise. Not a pretty result for Washington’s multi-billion dollar investment in the Syrian conflict, especially if it was intended to change the map of the region to favor US interests.”

After debunking Israeli and Jewish Lobby’s lies against Hizbullah, Narwani said: “The Lebanese resistance was formed in reaction to Israel’s illegal invasion and occupation of Lebanon. As Kerry says, that’s where Hizbullah’s real fight is – with Israel. Washington should leave it to the two to duke it out. This is not America’s fight. Hizbullah has saved Lebanon – and much of the Levant – not once, but twice, from bloody aggressions. In fact, maybe I’ll take them out to lunch in Beirut and pay the bill. I daresay that could be regarded as a financial contribution to Hizbullah, and that would make me a terrorist, too.”

Narwani’s personal blog can be read here.

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