Monday, August 14, 2006


In the early days of the war, Nasrallah described Hezbollah’s abilities in modest terms:

“We are not a classic army extending form the sea to Mt Hermon. We are a popular and serious resistance movement that is present in many areas and axes. Our equation and principles are the following: When the Israelis enter, they must pay dearly in terms of their tanks, officers, and soldiers. That is what we pledge to do and we will honor our pledge, God willing”.

1 comment:

John Brown said...

And pay they have, Jesus! Did you see Robert Fisk's piece today about how Apartheid Israel's war against Hizbullah is just now beginning? You should check it out.

What a great series of posts, too! Great work on the more comedic side of this disgusting crisis.