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The End Of Hezbo...

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I know in recent years Syrian scholar Shaykh Yaqoubi said after Hezbo got involved on behalf of Assad:

 

"Hezbollah was born in Lebanon, fostered in Iran; and will soon be buried in
Syria." -
Shaykh Sayyid Muhammad al-Yaqoubi

 

Anyway, I've just seen a series of tweets by anti-Assad user Malcolmite (tweeted about 6hrs ago):

 

Problems for Hezbollah:
 
1- power struggle between Nasrallah & Naim Kassem to lead party
2- after losing 1000's suffering recruitment problem
3- lack of money
4- failed plans to destabilise Kuwait haaretz.com/news/middle-ea…
5- Iran rejected many appointments with Nasrallah
6- Israeli reports that Iran intends to remove nasrallah from his position
7- Hezbollah now trying to recruit Palestinians & Christians
8- because of its failure to recruit Shias & rising anger in south Lebanon trying to recruit Palestinians & Christians paying $400 per month
9- fraud & corruption. Members stealing weapons & ammunition from party stores & selling them to 3rd parties & investing in foreign banks
10- Hezbollah are fatigued & going to abandon Assad regime & planning to create a buffer zone but will always remain a target

 

https://mobile.twitter.com/malcolmite?lang=en

 

So, is there any truth to the suggestion that Hezbo is in an increasingly difficult situation?

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Well, it would be helpful if some evidence was provided to support the claims. Only one of them has a link to an article as support, and the source is a the Kuwaiti government, which is hardly going to be unbiased when it comes to Iran or Hezbullah.

5- Iran rejected many appointments with Nasrallah

This was just a week ago: http://www.alaraby.co.uk/english/news/2015/8/12/irans-zarif-meets-nasrallah-in-lebanon-heads-to-damascus

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Lots of things in the op's post don't make much sense, if the party is having financial problems, why are they paying people to join them? It isn't always about the money, I'm sure that most of Hezbullah's ranks are made up of people who joined them on an ideological basis, rather than financial.

 

They are engaged in a propaganda war with Israel, so listening to either side about the other is pointless.

 

Sayed Nasrallah is Hezbullah, Iran need Hezbullah as much as Hezbullah need Iran, why would Iran want to side line him?

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Hahahah we are not losing 1000's of recruits, these are all in heaven, sayyed Hassan promised israel when he said: 2 words only, you wil find 10's of thousand of soldiers attcking

Also "hezbollah establishing plans in kuwait" this is made by the kuwaiti government to make problems for lebanese in kuwait

AND hezbollah are not fatigued and going to abandon assad, we will not stop defending sayeda zainab

and about the lack of money, yes there is lack of money but not a lack that we cant buy weapons, but we cant pay for ammo to train people thats it.

About recruitment no, we are recruiting alot of people and most people who join are volunteers,  you dont know more than me

You arabs hate us hezbolah because we defeated israel when you couldnt you traitors, why cant your airstrikes strike tel aviv? All of you arabs are traitors, we in lebanon syria and iraq are the only ones who will fight for their lands!

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^Hello,

 

But, the "movement" seems very susceptible to cult of personalities. You only have to read the post on Shia Chat to see this. 

 

The problem with this is when the center dies, chaos ensues and the "movements" go back to near the starting point.  I expect to see this with both Nasrallah and Khamenei.  

 

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David

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^Hello,

 

But, the "movement" seems very susceptible to cult of personalities. You only have to read the post on Shia Chat to see this. 

 

The problem with this is when the center dies, chaos ensues and the "movements" go back to near the starting point.  I expect to see this with both Nasrallah and Khamenei.  

 

All the Best,

David

 

It's a 1400 year old cult if that's the case. And the word you are looking for is "if", "if" the center dies. The question isn't about hezbollah, the question is about shia islam. Hezbollah is just the name of a group of shias that are organized instead of scattered. 

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As a Lebanese living in Kuwait for all my life I can pretty much say the government has always been racist to us so this "Hezbollah trying to destabilise Kuwait" is obvious propaganda. Probably have to get the hell out of here.

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The problem with these theories is the fact that it's root is misguided. As Nasrallah so eloquently put and quoted by bro Martyrdom:

 

"You don't understand the culture of this resistance, 30 years have past and you haven't understood it and you will never understand it "

 

The resistance has an approximately 1400 year tradition, it doesn't see nationality and has a power structure that is unbreakable. The problem the superpowers and oppressors have with Shia islam in general is that they still don't understand it, it's not founded upon money, recruitment, 100% successful missions, approval of others and misfortune of others. 

 

Epic.

 

 

What sad allegations being thrown at us. In these times even liars have lost their artistic genius.

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I don't know what Hezbo is but I know Hizbollah (Soldiers of God) in Lebanon and surely they shall be victorious. And their enemies, the hizbosshaytan (i.e. soldiers of the devil) shall lose both in this world and in hereafter. This is the divine promise.

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On ‎8‎/‎13‎/‎2016 at 5:34 AM, kirtc said:

Why do you let him post? I dont understand.. he obviously isnt capable of learning. @repenter him and david66 are problems to this community

I do not agree that @repenter and @David66 are "problems". The "Scuba Man" sometimes really dives down for good questions, and he is not belligerent as he was when he first joined.

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On 18-8-2015 at 4:49 PM, breeze said:

I know in recent years Syrian scholar Shaykh Yaqoubi said after Hezbo got involved on behalf of Assad:

 

"Hezbollah was born in Lebanon, fostered in Iran; and will soon be buried in
Syria." -
Shaykh Sayyid Muhammad al-Yaqoubi

 

Anyway, I've just seen a series of tweets by anti-Assad user Malcolmite (tweeted about 6hrs ago):

 

Problems for Hezbollah:
 
1- power struggle between Nasrallah & Naim Kassem to lead party
2- after losing 1000's suffering recruitment problem
3- lack of money
4- failed plans to destabilise Kuwait haaretz.com/news/middle-ea…
5- Iran rejected many appointments with Nasrallah
6- Israeli reports that Iran intends to remove nasrallah from his position
7- Hezbollah now trying to recruit Palestinians & Christians
8- because of its failure to recruit Shias & rising anger in south Lebanon trying to recruit Palestinians & Christians paying $400 per month
9- fraud & corruption. Members stealing weapons & ammunition from party stores & selling them to 3rd parties & investing in foreign banks
10- Hezbollah are fatigued & going to abandon Assad regime & planning to create a buffer zone but will always remain a target

 

https://mobile.twitter.com/malcolmite?lang=en

 

So, is there any truth to the suggestion that Hezbo is in an increasingly difficult situation?

:blabla::blabla::blabla::blabla:, and I also want to add one thing, 

there isn't a lack of money, because Iran is financing every expenditure

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On 05/09/2016 at 10:32 AM, mina said:

Are you following the news about Aleppo?

Russia used heavy airstrikes and Vacuum bombs. Rebels had to withdraw. The situation is uncertain at the moment. A lot of disinformation and big claims of (Iranian-led militias) potential huge offensives. Also rumours of US-Russia deal and possible ceasefire.

Also wait for the rebels next move. There might be more fighting around the colleges/academies which is still in rebel hands. Maybe even some surprises.

On 05/09/2016 at 5:23 PM, ElAhmed said:

:blabla::blabla::blabla::blabla:, and I also want to add one thing, 

there isn't a lack of money, because Iran is financing every expenditure

Iran may well be bled dry if the conflict continues for many years. Money that could be spect on Iranian people.

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4 minutes ago, breeze said:

Russia used heavy airstrikes and Vacuum bombs. Rebels had to withdraw. The situation is uncertain at the moment. A lot of disinformation and big claims of (Shia militia) potential offensives. Also rumours of US-Russia deal and possible ceasefire.

Also wait for the rebels next move. There might be more fighting around the colleges/academies. Maybe even some surprises.

Iran may well be bled dry if the conflict continues for many years. Money that could be spect on Iranian people.

So you see ISIS as rebels right? very funny of you little terrorist, now go watch aljazeera, they have some breaking news about your little rats

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6 minutes ago, Ali_ said:

So you see ISIS as rebels right? very funny of you little terrorist, now go watch aljazeera, they have some breaking news about your little rats


No ISIS are not rebels. They are a third party. They hate the revolution and regard it as a 'Murtad Revoltion'.

Assad and ISIS are the bad guys.

Also there is no ISIS in South Aleppo.

 

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1 hour ago, breeze said:


No ISIS are not rebels. They are a third party. They hate the revolution and regard it as a 'Murtad Revoltion'.

Assad and ISIS are the bad guys.

Also there is no ISIS in South Aleppo.

 

are you saudi? because if yes then their will be no need to argue with you because ento el saudiin metl el 7ameer to be truthful

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