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Heavy-Handed Politics

"€œGod willing, with the force of God behind it, we shall soon experience a world
without the United States and Zionism."€ -- Iran President Ahmadi-Nejad

Monday, August 21, 2006

Hizbullah: Zionist regime will be destroyed

Ynetnews: Hizbullah representative in Tehran conference: We think that this war has one significance and it is the destruction of the Zionist entity.

"In the course of the last month a war waged between the IDF and Hizbullah on Lebanese territory, but Iran is also busy with evaluations of the situation and summaries, following the ceasefire.

A conference was held on Sunday in Tehran under the banner 'Clarifying the results of the Lebanon war and the future of the Middle East'. During the conference, Hizbullah's representative in Iran, Muhammad Abdullah Sif al-Din said: 'We think this war has one significance and it is the destruction of the Zionist regime.'

'The Zionist regime is a not a real regime,' said the envoy, who was quoted by an Iranian news agency.

'The state (Israel ) did not rise in a natural way but in a way different from all of the countries: First an army was set up and only after people from various nations were assembled and formed a country,' said al-Din.

Al-Din said that following the Hizbullah victory, Israel does not have a right to exist: 'There's no reason to leave the Zionist regime on its base. For the United States this regime is the police officer of the area that must always win, but the minute it loses – there's no reason for it to exist.' " More.


  • 1. Does it trouble U.N. supporters that the 'unnatural' way in which the state of Israel arose was by U.N. edict?

    2. Leaving acts of war as the ‘natural’ way for states to arise?

    3. What is Hizbollah if not first an army attempting to create a state.

    4. When will the left accept that the terrorists oft stated objective is the destruction of the state of Israel?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:23 AM  

  • There you go again, anotmo, with your 'unnatural' way of looking at things with your 'unnatural' logic.

    Everything (morals, ideals, virtues) on the left is 'natural'; and everything on the right is 'unnatural' ... you silly.

    By Blogger HeavyHanded, at 9:36 AM  

  • Thanks H-H. I am properly chagrined and once again in your debt for keeping me on the left and narrow.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:56 AM  

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