Friday, February 15, 2008

Rafiq Nasrallah, an Arab nationalist reporter in Lebanon (he used to work in the Murabitun radio, Voice of Arab Lebanon, during the war, and later became bureau chief for Abu Dhabi TV) was interviewed on New TV. He said some interesting things. Among other things, he said that a team of Russian military experts came to South Lebanon to study the Israeli war on Lebanon of 2006. He also said that some 40,000 to 60,000 men had undergone training with Hizbullah since the end of the 2006 Israeli war on Lebanon. I disagree with his prediction that the Syrian regime would go to war eventually against Israel: Belgium is more likely to go to war against Israel, than this Syrian regime. Ibrahim Al-Amin told Al-Manar TV that there is wild exaggeration of the role and deeds of `Imad Mughniyyah. Syrian state TV is now reporting--wait, I have to listen carefully--that...."The plums. From where? From where?"
القراصية منين. منين.