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Nasrallah: We Fight Terrorists To Protect All Ppl

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Just stop. Nasrallah has as much right to criticize Syrian rebels/ISIS as Hitler had to criticize Stalin. Iran under Khomeini (which is what Hezbollah is trying to imitate) was not much different from ISIS and both of them were murderous clerical regimes

 

There is no right to claim a moral high horse if you yourself are, or want, a theocracy. Become a secular republic with full freedom of religion (with freedom to preach any religion, including Hinduism, to Muslims) and then you can claim "we are better". So far the "moderateness" of Shias is 100% out of political expediency and the need to operate in a Shia-minority worldd.

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And yes - since politics is inherently subjective, then when it comes to politics, one man's liar can be another person's honest person. During ww2 there was a guy called Stepan Bandera   -a famous Ukrainian nationalist leader, a Nazi collaborator and a man responsible for killing hundreds of thousands of Poles. In Poland he's universally treated as a war criminal but Ukrainians revere him so much that they erect statues of him and call him a national hero... so you can see even such a morally unambigous person can be treated in completely different way by not so different people.

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And yes - since politics is inherently subjective, then when it comes to politics, one man's liar can be another person's honest person. During ww2 there was a guy called Stepan Bandera   -a famous Ukrainian nationalist leader, a Nazi collaborator and a man responsible for killing hundreds of thousands of Poles. In Poland he's universally treated as a war criminal but Ukrainians revere him so much that they erect statues of him and call him a national hero... so you can see even such a morally unambigous person can be treated in completely different way by not so different people.

If a group of people revere a terrorist as a hero than that makes them terrorist as well. And vice versa. Theirs your truth and theirs my truth and theirs the truth.  A thief a 100 years ago is a thief now. A terrorist a 100 years ago is a terrorist now. Unless your definition of terrorist is different than that's a different issue all together.

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No one can define Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah as a terrorist unless they turn the definition of "terrorist" upside down to the point of it becoming meaningless.

 

And just for fun, here is a picture of a Hezbollah soldier saluting a statue of Virgin Mary:

 

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And in Iran: "Zoroastrian Martyrs' Cemetary"

 

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Yeah I can't see the difference between ISIS and those crazy moolahs in Iran and those turrists in Leb-uh-nawn.

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