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Hezbollah Iraq: Saudi Will Be Liberated

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My thoughts? Although his words may seem threatening to some you must bare in mind Saudi Arabia is on bad terms with Shia ran organisations and states and makes no effective effort to improve diplomatic relations, so Hezbollah threatening them effectively makes no difference, it's ok. I do not think the Imam will appear in our life time, there are so major signs for the end times, nor do I believe Hezbollah will attempt to conquer Arabia, but they can certainly try.

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he's not secretary general of hizbullah in iraq. memri is a mossad front organisation, firstly.

secondly, there's no such group. there's kata'eb hizbullah, and they have their own unique flag. the flag behind this sheikh is hizbullah of lebanon's,

third, any group affiliated with kata'eb or with any hizb faction would never call another country or faction kafir or infidel. this goes against their code of conduct with the other.

my view is that this is purposfully being broadcast at a time of great secterian tension in the country to cause discord and fitnah between iraqis. the scene is being set for a civil war.

it's no coincidence that the same day revelations in western papers are being published about shia death squads and torture groups under the leadership of an american ex-general who trained death squads and torturers in nicaragua and other places.

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Yigal Carmon

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Yigal Carmon (Hebrew יגאל כרמון) (born 1946)[1] is the president and founder of the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI), an organization which monitors and translates Arabic and Persian publications, radio and TV broadcasts and religious sermons into many languages and circulates them over the Internet.

Career

  • Colonel, IDF Intelligence from 1968–88
  • Acting head and adviser on Arab affairs, Civil Administration in Judea and Samaria, 1977–1982
  • Counterterrorism adviser to prime ministers Yitzhak Shamir and Yitzhak Rabin 1988-93
  • Delegate, Israeli peace negotiations with Syria in Madrid and Washington in 1991-92
  • Founder and President, MEMRI, 1998–present

Carmon is fluent in Arabic. He has also testified before the US Congress and European parliaments.[2]

Edited by thecontentedself

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Memri stands for

Mossad Even Morons Realize It

It is a front organization. No offense brother, but noone on this site is going to take you seriously if you are using that as your source.

If you can find another, slightly credible source it would be helpful. Salam.

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Saudi is #1 Shia enemy at the time. Mossad or no Mossad, this regime is after Shias in every country. Many killings in Iraq, Pakistan, and Yemen are funded and organized by Saudi money. Behind the closed doors Saudi is almost begging America to intervene and destroy Houthi movement in Yemen where this Kafir regime is so scared from them in the South of the country. It keeps repeatedly demanding the west to put pressure on Iran over its nuclear issues, and now it even demands it publicly.

Syria is in great chaos because of these Wahabi dogs who forgot everything about their sisters in Palestine but are building Jihadist networks in Syria and Iraq in order to destroy the so called 'Shia' governments and slaughter people on sectarian basis. Afghanistan's Shias faced many challenges for almost a decade because of Saudis trained groups. Bahraini Shias are living in a very inhuman condition because of Saudi Arabia... And the list goes on and on...!

Anywhere there is oppression and terrorism in the Muslim world, it is the western hypocrites and in the front holding the leash of their little dog Saudi Arabia who does all the dirty works.

Any Shia or Sunni or any Jihadi or secular movement or country who is ready to declare war on Saudi Arabia, even if they are some kind of spies for other countries, they win my sympathy.

The method of lets sit back and call for unity and brotherhood, and make sure we do not start a sectarian conflict never worked.

The sectarian conflicts are always there, and imposed on Shias whether you like it or not. But, with such kind of method and mentality ONLY SHIAS ARE KILLED, and the killers keep oppressing and keep killing. Because in response Shias either cry or mourn or call for unity. If the Takfiris and their backers lose a few buildings in bombs and some of their clerics and high ranking officials in assassinations, then they might try to see the reality that no one can kill and finish the entire sect from a country or a region. And they must stop these mad behaviors and instead try to live a civil manner with those who are different from them.

So, I support this guy, whoever he is.

Edited by Noah-

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Saudi is #1 Shia enemy at the time. Mossad or no Mossad, this regime is after Shias in every country. Many killings in Iraq, Pakistan, and Yemen are funded and organized by Saudi money. Behind the closed doors Saudi is almost begging America to intervene and destroy Houthi movement in Yemen where this Kafir regime is so scared from them in the South of the country. It keeps repeatedly demanding the west to put pressure on Iran over its nuclear issues, and now it even demands it publicly.

Syria is in great chaos because of these Wahabi dogs who forgot everything about their sisters in Palestine but are building Jihadist networks in Syria and Iraq in order to destroy the so called 'Shia' governments and slaughter people on sectarian basis. Afghanistan's Shias faced many challenges for almost a decade because of Saudis trained groups. Bahraini Shias are living in a very inhuman condition because of Saudi Arabia... And the list goes on and on...!

Anywhere there is oppression and terrorism in the Muslim world, it is the western hypocrites and in the front holding the leash of their little dog Saudi Arabia who does all the dirty works.

Any Shia or Sunni or any Jihadi or secular movement or country who is ready to declare war on Saudi Arabia, even if they are some kind of spies for other countries, they win my sympathy.

The method of lets sit back and call for unity and brotherhood, and make sure we do not start a sectarian conflict never worked.

The sectarian conflicts are always there, and imposed on Shias whether you like it or not. But, with such kind of method and mentality ONLY SHIAS ARE KILLED, and the killers keep oppressing and keep killing. Because in response Shias either cry or mourn or call for unity. If the Takfiris and their backers lose a few buildings in bombs and some of their clerics and high ranking officials in assassinations, then they might try to see the reality that no one can kill and finish the entire sect from a country or a region. And they must stop these mad behaviors and instead try to live a civil manner with those who are different from them.

So, I support this guy, whoever he is.

You are right about every thing except for 'whoever tries it' part.

When this 'whoever tries' it comes with strings attached and exerts its price on all, Shia and Sunni both. You don't need 'whoever', what you need is the lesson of forgotten parts of Furu-ud-din to be instilled in Shias beyond Salat, Sawm, Hajj, and Khums.

Unity as is preached by Iranians mostly indirectly favors Wahabi terrorists. Unity that you are hearing from Pakistani Shia ulema, that is, Shia and Sunni united against the Takfiri dogs is what we should always mean. Shias in fact should take the mantle to protect Sunnis and Shias both from this Takfir-Saudi-Wahabii front. Shias die any way sitting peacefully in their homes, might as well die protecting themselves and their Sunni brothers.

Edited by Waiting for HIM

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Well considering how badly the Saudi's, Jordanians and Yemeni militaries did against the Houthi's I doubt they could contain a fight with the shia of east Saudi Arabia without resorting to air strikes and artillery every minute.

Their military is incompetent. They buy all the latest gear but have yet shown in a battle that they are able to use it effectively. The houthi's had old soviet [Edited Out] and went into Saudi territory and held it. What does that say about the Saudi ground forces?

Now imagine a wide scale uprising in Saudi Arabia. One day it will happen. Once Iraq stabilizes (however many years it will take....) Iran would set its sites on Bahrain, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia. It wants as many shia states as it can get.

If the east side of Saudi arabia separated the western saudi arabia would be struggling for cash as the east provides a huge amount of oil for them.

Iran wants to contain them in the future. They want a friendly Egypt, they want a friendly Turkey and friendly Syria.

I believe it was napoleon that once said "He who controls Iran control the entire middle east". That was utterly true when the US was giving the Shah the latest and greatest gear. No country would dare mess with Iran back then not just because of it's fire power but because it had the power to over throw any regime that dared fight it. If only Saudi Arabia tried to take over Iran back then...

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