Sunday, July 01, 2012

Time for Hazeb Allah to change their leader naser Allah, If you standing with a tyrant who is killing his people you lost all your credibility

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Sunday, July 1, 2012 | 12:58 Beirut Subscribe to NOW Lebanon RSS feeds
Hassan Nasrallah, you are not divine
Hanin Ghaddar , April 24, 2012
Syrian anti-regime demonstrators burning portraits of Khamenei , Nasrallah, Medvedev, Putin and Lavrov.Because of his support of Bashar al-Assad, Hassan Nasrallah has lost credibility for many Arabs. (AFP)
Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah,
To tell you the truth, this is not really addressed to you. I know you don’t intend to listen, and you will not take anything I say into consideration. It is rather addressed to people who still think you matter as much as you did five years ago. The thing is, you don’t have the same impact.
Most people stopped listening to your speeches and interviews. They are not news anymore, because you have nothing new to say. Redundant and repetitive; that’s what you have become. Yes, we got it, the Syrian regime is your friend, and that’s why you cannot support the revolution in Syria. But you know what, that sounds more and more like word vomit.
You know that innocent people, not armed gang members, are being brutally killed every day by the Syrian regime’s forces and Shabiha. You know that women are being raped and children massacred, but you cannot acknowledge it even if you want to. You are helpless. Probably for the first time in your life, you are helpless.
You probably think about these innocent people, and they might even be haunting you in your dreams, but you are incapable of shaking them off your conscience because you are helpless.

Yes, you know Bashar al-Assad is a murderer. You know that he will not survive the revolution, but do you have any idea how you are going to deal with the consequences? What would you do if the sectarian tension created by Assad spills into Lebanon and causes serious Sunni-Shia hostility?
What about your popularity in the region? You were the brave hero who vanquished the Israeli army in 2006 and brought dignity back to the Arabs. But you know what? These glorious days are over, and the word “dignity” has now gained a new definition. It has nothing to do with your sacred arms and glorious victory. It is now about the power of the people on the street and their fight against their dictators.
Your rhetoric is outdated, and your sacredness lost its meaning to a lot of people in the region. The “umma” you’ve always prided yourself with is now against you.
Let us imagine this farfetched scenario. When the uprising broke out in Syria, let’s say you came out in full support of freedom, or at least clearly asked the Syrian regime to refrain from using violence against the protesters. Can you imagine how popular and loved you would have been today? The Syrian people, from all sects, had photos of you hanging in their shops and homes after 2006. Today they burn your pictures on the streets.

They hate you. The Syrian people hate you. The Egyptians, Tunisians, Libyans and many other Arabs hate you, because you support a tyrant who is killing his own people. The only ones who still like you are your insignificant Lebanese allies and Iran, who might easily sell you out if needed, and you know it.
Every time I ask a Syrian activist how he or she thinks of Lebanon vis-à-vis Syria, they speak with deep resentment of how they stood by you back in 2006 and opened their houses in Syria for the refugees coming from South Lebanon.
Your own supporters do not look up to you the same way anymore, not because they do not like your stances or policies, but simply because they do not sense the same motivation or power they used to sense from you. Many are worried you have lost your charisma. Many feel that you have lost control over your own people because of the corruption and crime that have infiltrated your strongholds. No matter what you say or do, your people are not feeling safe and are constantly trying to emigrate from Lebanon.
Admit it. You are not divine. It is only human to acknowledge one’s mistakes and weaknesses. Do you know about the disappointments many of the “Resistance” supporters feel today? Your position on Syria has alienated a huge number of people who defended you and your party only because you held the banner of resistance. This meant for them that you would do anything anytime to defend the oppressed against injustice. The Syrian revolution has exposed your real face and showed that your real concern is your power, your party and your arms.
No matter how long it lasts, the Syrian revolution will get rid of Assad and his regime, and you will not be able to stay in denial. The government you formed in Lebanon is fragile. Your supporters are already terrified of the future. Your political allies are going to be marginalized.
The only thing you will have left is your weapons. The question is: Are you going to use them to buy your ticket back into Lebanon’s political scene and help stabilize the country, or will you use them against everyone and cause both Lebanon’s and your own demise?
Think about it before it’s too late, but please, keep in mind that you are human, not divine.
Hanin Ghaddar is the managing editor of NOW Lebanon
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Posted by
May 12. 2012
I am a military commander in the Lebanese army, I confirm that HA uses civilians as bunkers. No need to get into details because all of the kids here don't know what a bunker is in real.
Posted by
May 10. 2012
HEP, ur clutching straws and ur argument is not rational. If the U.S. and Russia do it, doesn't mean HA stoop down there level and worse, support a mass murderer who has slaughtered & butchered around 14,000 of his own people. Not only that, HA is actually on the ground sniping civilians. HA's existance was born on the basis of noble causes and ideals such as regaining occupied land and restoring lost dignity to the Lebanese. Well, that is what we were told anyway. Now, in a flesh, they will loose all that glory for the sake of bashar. The reputation they worked so hard to solidify will be lost in an instant. What a shame. If the U.S. likes supporting dictators, then go and ask them why they do it. No one despises and has more antipathy towards dictators then I have. The arab dictators are slowing falling one after the other, and that is great news for the average, typical arab. Hopefully, Syria and Bahrain will follow suite.
Posted by
May 8. 2012
HA does not claim to be divine. And what is wrong with befriending a dictator? - The US does it all the time. -- Tyrants, torturers, killers, and sundry dictators and corrupt puppet-presidents have been aided, supported, and rewarded handsomely for their loyalty to US interests. Traditional dictators seize control through force, while constitutional dictators hold office through voting fraud or severely restricted elections, and are frequently puppets and apologists for the military juntas which control the ballot boxes. In any case, none have been democratically elected by the majority of their people in fair and open elections.-- They are democratic America's undemocratic allies. They may rise to power through bloody ClA-backed coups and rule by terror and torture. Their troops may receive training or advice from the CIA and other US agencies. US military aid and weapons sales often strengthen their armies and guarantee their hold on power...."Friendly Dictators"
Posted by
May 8. 2012
Nasrallah is indeed divine, except with bad powers. If you notice he is a master in "sha3wazet" - you know the voodoo chanting around fire, he makes you hypnotized in a way when listening to him making you think that he is speaking logic but then you wake to realize you were fooled into too much non-sense. He is being programmed by Iran every since he was 15 to speak and play on words. Even he changes some of Quran words look it up youtube. The truth is plain and simple, but too much non-sense around logic is indeed a stray version of the truth.
Posted by
May 6. 2012
Majd-Iran is not in our region there not even Arab and there definantly not our people.I think you need an education in geography. And you seem to forget that it was your people who collaborated with the Israelis not too long ago when your people saw the Palestinians as a problem and also if your people cared so much about the Palestinians your people wouldn't be the first ones to deny them citizenship every single time.
Posted by
May 5. 2012
Majd, u still haven't explained to me what makes Nasrallah divine. Does he have special powers that we are not aware of? Some kind of miracles? How can he have special powers when he can't even dine in a decent restaurant on a plate of kiffta and tabouli above ground. He wouldn't need 40,000 + rockets against israel if he was truly divine. The miracles should do the trick. That reminds me, it has been awfully quite in the southern borders and the shabba farms, why? We were told that the resistance is an honourable affair that should go on until the lands are liberated. What such nonsence. Nasrallah doesn't have a heart nor is he a religious devout man, because if he had those qualities, he wouldn't have assisted a mass murder to slaughter 14,000 of his own people and counting. So he might as well pluck that beard, put on a tie and dress up like a diplomatic thug.
Posted by
May 4. 2012
@yyyyy, so what? does it change anything in the facts i stated? any way, Libya`s role is known as well as Tunisia for example, and if he is that far, then he needs more education about our region and people.
Posted by
May 4. 2012
Majd-mo said north africa and the last time i checked morocco Mauritania Tunisia Libya Sudan are all north Africa. Not just Egypt habibi. Ok
Posted by
May 3. 2012
@@mo mo, it`s obvious you needed no reason to attack the Resistance, stop fooling us, no one can claim that he cares about Palestine and claims also that HA has done nothing for Palestine, habibi, Hizbullah sent his own men to Mubarak land to risk their lives and smuggle weapons from Mubarak land to the Palestinians, all that happened for years at time your lovely egyptians were closing their borders with Gaza and causing the Palestinian death and hunger and power cuts, let alone the cooperation between israel and the egyptian intelligence, so stop denying it when the sun is shining. Vive Palestine, Vive Hizbullah, Vive Bashar, down israel, down saudi.
Posted by
May 2. 2012
i admit, as a north african arab, nasrallah is now nothing but a fake to me. if he cared about palestine's right for freedom, human rights and dignity, then he would have supported the syrians struggle for the same. but he's obviously 'pro-palestinans' for other reasons. im glad these arab revolutions happened because its exposing all u fakers who used to ride the palestinian cause for all reasons other then palestine. arab people power has never been so great, giving me a clearer picture day by day who has been fooling us all along. one day u praise qatar in the streets of lebanon for supporting u get the political power u thirst for, but then u bash them as agents when they support the ppl of syria. I hope u fall with bashar and that should be soon inshallah! free syria AND free lebanon from the greedy man.
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