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  1. Hezbollah: Ties with Hamas strong despite Syria differences Hezbollah MP Kamel Rifai said in remarks Sunday ties between the resistance group and Hamas remain strong despite differences in opinion over the crisis in Syria. (Ahlul Bayt News Agency) - “The relationship between Hamas and Hezbollah is strategic given the stances with regard to the Israeli enemy,” Rifai told pan-Arab Ash-Sharq Al-Awsat. He also said that there were “solid, military, religious and political ties between the two.” “The difference in opinions has affected the relationship but the resistance in Lebanon has so much respect for Hamas even if Hamas took such a stance on Syria,” Rifai added. His remarks are in response to Osama Hamdan, a Hamas official in Lebanon, who said the 21-month old crisis in Syria has caused a stalemate in the relationship between the two resistance groups. “Ties between Lebanon’s Hezbollah and Hamas are currently at a stalemate as a result of the Syrian crisis,” Hamdan told Turkey’s state-run Anadolu Agency Saturday. However, the official expected an improvement in the relation with Hezbollah soon after a weeklong conflict between Hamas and Israel came to an end Wednesday. Hezbollah has repeatedly voiced support for President Bashar Assad but Hamas has refused to take Assad’s side, although the Palestinian movement has always enjoyed the support of Syrian authorities. Hamas leaders quit the Syrian capital in January of this year. During his interview with the daily, Rifai said Hezbollah’s assistance to Hamas had not changed given that both parties are committed to the Palestinian cause against Israel. “Hezbollah has embraced Hamas and continues to do so,” Rifai said. Rai expressed hopes that ties between the two parties would improve. http://abna.ir/data.asp?lang=3&Id=367528
  2. (salam) One of my Sunni friends, since he knows I'm a Hezbollah Supporter, has told me that there is a report of 1500 Hezbollah Soldiers in Syria fighting for Bashar al Assad. Since I am divided on the current issue in Syria I wish to remain neutral because after all the only losers in this are the Muslims and the only winners are Israhell and the USA. I would like to know if anyone else has any information (validatable) that they can produce proving or disproving this claim.
  3. Can somebody please translate this Arabic song about Moussa al-Sadr. Thanks.
  4. Al-Qaradawi Denounces Hezbollah, Iran Support for Assad’s Tyranny The renowned Egyptian scholar Dr. Yusuf Qaradawi urged the Syrian people to persevere with their revolution vigorously against the tyrant Bashar Al-Assad, expressing his faith in their victory. At a public conference on the first anniversary of the Syrian revolution, at the Egyptian Journalists Syndicate, Thursday, Dr. Yusuf Al-Qaradawi, head of the International Union for Muslim Scholars, called upon Syrian military personnel to regain their sense of pride, of honor and manhood, their will and resolve, to reject Assad’s repression, to leave Assad’s army as soon as they can, and to join the Free Syrian Army. The renowned scholar stressed the importance of all Syrian opposition working together in this defining moment to face the escalating crimes against the Syrian people. Further, Al-Qaradawi described Bashar al-Assad as a "rat", accusing him of murdering the Syrian people with missiles and guns without a thought to Islamic or human considerations. He also criticized Hezbollah and Iran strongly, saying: "This is not Hezbollah (party of God), because it treads a path of transgression, murder and tyranny". Addressing Syrian revolutionaries, Al-Qaradawi said: "You're not alone. All the peoples of Egypt, Tunisia, and all the Arab peoples and the free men and women of the whole world are with you. So, unite your ranks and support one another. You are a free nation that rejects humiliation and slavery". Meanwhile, Sheikh Al-Qaradawi called for Arab peoples to seek out the five families that spread corruption in Arab countries and looted Arab oil and billions of dollars, namely: Al-Assad, Mubarak, Gaddafi, Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, and Ali Abdullah Saleh.
  5. Hezbollah Secretary General Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah says the United States, Israel, and some Arab states, as well as al-Qaeda, seek to overthrow Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, Press TV reports. “There is an Arab, Western, American, and Israeli insistence that there is no solution in Syria except toppling the Syrian government,” Nasrallah said in a televised address in Beirut on Thursday marking the fourth anniversary of the assassination of Hezbollah Head of Security Imad Mughniyah. “Any alternative in Syria is better for Israel as the opposition is being sponsored by the US and the Arabs whose history is well-known… Israel believes that any new regime is better than Bashar al-Assad’s government,” he added. He noted that Syrian officials know that reforms are needed and that they are taking steps towards major changes. He also accused the US of “seeking destruction in Syria while ridiculing the reforms launched by President Assad.” Slamming some Arab states for their hostile stance against Damascus, he said “When we tell the Arab governments to negotiate with Syria on a political solution they answer that there is no time. How do you accept negotiation with Israel while you do not accept to negotiate with an Arab state?” Nasrallah also accused Lebanon’s March 14 alliance of instigating violence in Syria, denouncing the alliance for "sending weapons to Syria.” Hezbollah leader also noted that the Syrian president has never bowed to the demands of the US and Israel. Turning to Israel’s role in the region he said “We should observe Israel’s stance on what is going on today in the region, especially on what is happening in Egypt, Syria, Palestine and Lebanon.” The Lebanese leader stressed Hezbollah's strategic ties with Damascus and expressed optimism that Syria will take major steps toward significant reforms in the face of Western media propaganda and foreign-funded unrest in the country. http://youtu.be/s82Q0YF_8XQ
  6. Free Syrian Army shows video of alleged Iranian fighters abducted in Homs By Al Arabiya A group of Syria’s opposition “Free Army” has released a video showing what it was said were seven Iranians, including five members of the Revolutionary Guards, captured in the city of Homs. The video showed travel documents of the captives, some of whom appeared to be speaking Farsi. The armed Syrian opposition group, which called itself the “al-Farouq brigade of the Free Syrian Army,” also released a statement calling for Iran’s Supreme leader Ali Khamanei to “acknowledge in explicit and unambiguous words the existence of elements of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards in Syria in order to help the Assad’s regime in its crackdown on the Syrian people.” The group also urged Khamanei to withdraw all Revolutionary Guard fighters from Syria, pledging that that it would then release all captive Iranian fighters. The group said five of those abducted were military men working with the Syrian air force intelligence and two showed “civilian status” as employees in a power plant in Homs. It added that all the seven captives entered Syria during the uprising and passports of the five military men did not contain visas, adding that it would soon release the two Iranians with civilian status. Syrian opposition groups have previously accused Iran and the Lebanese Hezbollah group of assisting forces of President Bashar al-Assad in their bloody crackdown on protesters. The Syrian Revolutionary Coordination Union reported on Jan. 17 that a group of Hezbollah fighters had hit civilian protesters near Damascus with Russian-origin BM-21Grad rockets. “The attack was coordinated with the forces of President Bashar Assad,” the Syrian opposition group said. A source from the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) told Al Arabiya on Jan. 16 that the “Iranian government has not yet interfered in situation in Syria,” but stressed that Tehran was committed to a joint defense treaty with Damascus. “We and our brethren in Iraq and Lebanon are protecting Syria,” the source explained in a clear reference to Nouri al-Malikil’s government and Hezbollah, both allies of Iran. Despite reports stating that so far the situation in Syria is “stable,” the IRGC, the source pointed out, is still worried of a division or a coup in the Syrian army. According to American officials who believe the IRGC is taking part in the fight against Syrian opposition, Maj. Gen. Qassem Suleimani, commander of IRGC al-Quds Force, which specializes in operations outside Iran, was in Damascus this month. Gen. Suleimani’s visit, they argued proved that Iran’s support for the Syrian regime includes the provision of arms and military equipment. They added that they are sure Suleimani met with the most senior officials in the Syrian regime, including president Bashar al-Assad. The joint defense treaty between Syria and Iran was signed in June 2006 by a former Syrian defense minister, Hassan Turkmani, and his Iranian counterpart, Mustafa Mohamed Najjar, in Tehran. Read more: http://english.alara.../27/190843.html
  7. How do you guys feel about beloved Hezbollah? P.S. Labbayk Ya Hezbollah
  8. Assalaymu alaykom, I've been looking at the terrorism of the Zionist entiity with the failures of the current situation. The two state solution in my opinion allows for the terrorism we know as zionism to continue. Now in reference to that, i agree that this solution should not agree to immunity of war crimes against the people of palestine. I however also agree to any war crime intiated on the side of Hamas. We all know a "fair" trial of compiled war crimes will not be brought to justice if the jews who support the one state solution do not get justice of war crimes of hamas. And we all know israel quest for zionism would permanently never be allowed to happen again in the pages of history and allow for the disolvement of Israeli military therefore removing any bond to the United State using it as a proxy. A palestine more aligned with its neighbors would not agree to the United States, even zionist hold on to this bond purely out of not being wiped off this face of this earth, which is what a one state solution would do. A one state solution has the opportunity to have more beneficials results than a war. Israel cannot exist in its current state and zionism is a failed ideal even for those who somehow agree its not terrorism, even though we all know its pure racism and terrorism no different than wahabi extremist. The one state solution would therefore allow palestine to have the majority be arabs(if thats what you want to call palestinians) to constitute the laws of the country with every religious group having seats to decide matters. Please comment with your opinions inshaAllah
  9. I posted a clip here, heard it on the bbc world service http://www.watzatson...une/321814.html full program here, song starts right after the introduction http://downloads.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/worldservice/docarchive/docarchive_20111013-0500a.mp3
  10. Sayed Hassan NasrAllah giving a speech on the shahada of his son, al-Shaheed Hadi NasrAllah. Very old speech, but still very powerful:
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