The comments made by Ali Mekdad, a member of the Hezbollah parliamentary bloc on the reactions of some of the March 14
The Hezbollah parliamentary bloc member, MP Ali Mekdad, responding to some of the March 14 Alliance fears, namely that Lebanon will be transformed into an arena for Iranian interests, began be describing those who fear Lebanon being exploited as being "mouthpieces." Mekdad also sarcastically and derisively told them "if you are not proficient in political analysis, then we ask you to enter any school or university and learn!"
The truth is that it is up to the Lebanese people who want to deal with Hezbollah not to go to school or university to learn political analysis but instead to learn deception, as this will allow them to better understand Hezbollah and how to deal with them. The consequences of events does not require that they be shared or analyzed, but that the Lebanese people be extremely aware of everything that Hezbollah says, and of course everything that the Iranians President says, because Ahmadinejad and Nasrallah are moving in the same direction.
When Ahmadinejad appeared at a press conference in Tehran last Wednesday and said that in the event of Israel launching a war against Iran "the resistance and regional countries will finish them," Nasrallah appeared threatening and menacing Israel the same day, indeed only a few hours later, saying that the next war would see attacks on a [Lebanese] airport retaliated with attacks on an [Israeli] airport, and an attack on [Lebanese] infrastructure would be retaliated by attacks on [Israeli] infrastructure. What is strange and worth mentioning here is that in his threat to
The Lebanese reaction to the Ahmadinejad – Nasrallah telephone call can be summed up by what I said in my article "
Tariq Alhomayed is the Editor-in-Chief of Asharq Al-Awsat, the youngest person to be appointed that position.
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