Monday, May 26, 2008
What was the tribute to Rafiq Hariri in Hasan Nasrallah's speech today about? What was that? Watch out. This may be an introduction to a sinister Hariri-Hizbullah sectarian alliance in the next parliamentary election. Also, today Nasrallah (aware of the criticisms of the inconsistent position of the party toward Iraq and the American occupation) spoke on Iraq and praised the resistance in Iraq, but he referred to the puppet government of Nuri Al-Maliki merely as "those who believe in the political process." Those who believe in the "political process" were the militias that perpetrated sectarian cleansing in Iraq, and who served as puppets of occupation, and who expelled the Palestinian refugees from Iraq. They represent the lousy vision of Ayatullah Chess Sistani.
Posted by As'ad AbuKhalil at 10:38 AM