Hassan on a recent visit to Tehran
حسن في زيارته الاخيرة لطهران
حسن نصرالله بدّو يلقي خطاب الآهي حول موضوع ضلوع الحزب الخرى تبعو (زبّالله او زبالة الله) بجريمة إغتيال الكلب الاول رفيق الحريري. بعد في حداً بلبنان حمار مثل ميشال عون تيصدق الإسهال الكلامي المجوي للي بيطلع من تم هالكلب البدائي اللي خرجو يعيش بكهوف بتغرين؟؟؟
Hassan with the former Syrian collaborator he killed, Rafik Hariri.
Hariri was killed by Imad Mughniyeh, Hassan's terrorist-in-chief, under orders from Syrian Intelligence. Mughniyeh's career included bombing of the US Marines compound near Beirut airport in October 1983, the western hostages of the 1980's, the hijacking of TWA flight 847, the killing of US Navy sailor Dean Stethem, the killing of AUB (American University of Beirut) President Malcolm Kerr, the killing of French journalist Michel Seurat, the kidnapping of Anglican Church peace envoy to Beirut Terry Waite, the truck bombing of the French paratrooper compound in Beirut in October 1983, William Higgins, and many others.... All these acts were destined by Syria and Iran to remove any western presence from Lebanon, to isolate Lebanon from the West, and to mount the final assault by Syria against Lebanese sovereignty, leading to the final Syrian takeover on 1990.
Hassan today has made a hero of Imad Mughniyeh, even though Mughnieyh was killed a year ago in the heart of Damascus by a Syrian regime who found him too radioactive with the Special Tribunal for Lebanon on the verge of announcing the suspects in the killing of the fat pig former Syrian collaborator Rafik Hariri.
It's funny how anyone who collaborates with Syria almost inevitably ends up being killed by Syria when circumstances change: Rafik Hariri, Elie Hobeika, Imad Mughniyeh,are only a few examples....
Let us hope that the Special Tribunal is truly HONEST, because it seems that a deal has been made with Syria, in which the Syrians produce a few low-grade suspects to avoid "staining" Bashar al-Asad and Hassan Nasrallah themselves - hence they got rid of Mughniyeh and the former Syrian Intelligence czar Ghazi Kanaan, who "committed suicide" (a la Soviet Union tradition) - in exchange of God knows what (peace agreement with Israel? A chunk of Lebanon? the Golan back?.
Can't wait for the fireworks when Bellemare announces the indictments.