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MENAFN - Arab Times - 12/02/2012

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(MENAFN - Arab Times) "NASRALLAH has yet to fully strip himself from his political attire. At least he will not shed all his 'attire' all at once as we see in a strip tease show. There is no doubt he is firing his last political salvo and this is perhaps because he depends on a majority of his supporters.

Events unfolding on the political arena have not given this opportunist politician who wears a religious cloak a chance to compose his ingenious speeches heaping threats on others. He is well-known for flexing his muscles in front of the media. The situation has exposed him and he has very little to cover himself.

In his last speech, Nasrallah said his people don't need any wealth as long as they have plenty in Allah's state - a clear reference to Iran. He is not only admitting that he is a mercenary of Tehran, he has elevated the regime in Iran to a divine level. He has ascribed the regime as sacred and infallible.

There is no doubt he has violated the most uncomplicated principles of Islam and the Shiite doctrine which he claims to uphold. He says there is no government official in Tehran who can dare say so.

The witty Nasrallah does not mind violating religious doctrine just to please his masters - masters who have ended up inviting upon themselves the international embargo amidst the crumbling walls of Damascus, their only ally in the region.

Their dreams and hopes are on the verge of collapse. They desperately try to brighten the spirits of those who are held in Lebanon as hostages.

Perhaps, Nasrallah may not be peddling drugs personally, but he is sheltering an empire of drug smugglers. He and his 'henchmen' are closing an eye to the phenomenon of the spread of drugs. This poison has seeped even into the school premises and a majority of the areas controlled by Hezbollah (in terms of security and military).

He prevents the government of Lebanon from entering these areas. This phenomenon reminds us of a joke which is circulating in Lebanon about a Hezbollah religious man who was given Zakat by a drug baron. The baron gave the religious man a quantity of heroin and asked him to bless his charity. He subsequently wiped some of the white powder on the sheikh's beard while the words 'Blessings, Blessings' were being repeated.

Also maybe, Nasrallah himself is not involved in money laundering, but everyone who is involved in this crime is associated with him. Even those skillful money launderers who donate money for his party while thousands impoverished families in the south and other areas suffer, Hezbollah smuggle their 'haram' money - which according to Nasrallah is 'halal'. This is done with the blessings of the so-called 'resistance group'.

As all these heinous crimes are committed by this group, Nasrallah keeps telling the people of Lebanon that he controls the entire country.

He exposed himself when he prevented the government of Lebanon from resigning. This is a clear indication that the government of Lebanon can be just a toy which Nasrallah uses to control decisions. There is no veil left to cover him apart from waiting for the events to fold and subsequently be forgotten.

Shows never end until a comedian cracks a joke. On one hand Nasrallah condemns the massacre in Homs and various other places and on the other he considers the killings of infants, young women and men skirmishes between the regime forces and 'terrorist groups'.

The funniest part is when he had the audacity to say the demands of Syria's freedom fighters is a conspiracy against his party.

The strip show which Nasrallah orchestrated was very entertaining, and indeed it finally it fully stripped him. He has nothing to cover himself not even the 'resistance' which he used to boast about attended his speech about the destruction of Israel...

No wonder (Benjamin) Netanyahu, (Ehud) Barrak and other enemy leaders slept soundlessly on the night Nasrallah was giving his imaginary speech which was full of threats. In the speech, he was defending himself and his mob, and perhaps, with reservations which will preserve the soft side of his masters in Tehran.

It has been long said, "Whenever there is a smoke, there is fire." Why is he defending himself? Isn't it this a person who is guilty without being accused by anyone?

 






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