Israeli warplanes have struck Hezbollah targets near the Lebanese-Syria border, the Lebanese press reported late Monday evening. The hits were reportedly near the Lebanese towns of Janta and Yahfoufa, and were carried out by multiple planes on multiple targets.
Israel is deploying all of its missile defenses as a precaution against possible Syrian retaliatory attacks should Western powers carry out threatened strikes on Syria, Israeli Army Radio said on Wednesday.
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In a televised speech, Hezbollah leader Sheik Hassan Nasrallah pushed for the creation of an international law that would ban insults of Islam and other religions, citing similar laws that exist to prevent anti-Semitism.
Hezbollah MP Walid Sakariya told Lebanese television this week that the nuclear weapon Iran is allegedly developing is intended to annihilate Israel.
Speaking at a ceremony honoring past Hezbollah commanders, Vahidi said that “Israel is weaker than it has ever been and its army is tired and humiliates. “Iran’s warriors are ready and willing to wipe Israel off the map,” he declared.
The IDF has changed its operational assessment regarding the threat from Lebanon and is currently working under the assumption that Hezbollah has obtained sophisticated long-range surface-to-air missile systems from Syria, The Jerusalem Post has learned.
Despierta America! Mexican drug cartels are stepping up to the terrorist plate without the Allah factor and Lebanon-based terrorist group Hezbollah is using them as third base in order to slide into home: the United States. Terrorist groups are coming from Latin America, through Mexico and arriving at their final destination: the USA, even without the need for Janet Napolitano’s fifty-one foot ladder!
On the thirty-second anniversary of the Islamic Revolution, America’s president is joining in with terrorist organizations and tyrannical leaders praising the removal of Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak. It didn’t take long for cream colored coat wearing Ahmadenijad to come out praising the events in Egypt today.
A joint Hizballah-Hamas unit used the havoc in Egypt to storm the Wadi Natrun prison north of Cairo Sunday, Jan. 30, and break out 22 members of the Hizballah’s spy-cum-terror network, tried and convicted in Egypt for plotting terrorist attacks in Cairo, the Suez Canal and Suez cities and on Israeli vacationers in Sinai in 2007-2008. This is reported by debkafile’s counter-terror sources.
Hundreds of angry protesters burned tires and blocked roads across Lebanon on Tuesday after Iranian-backed Hezbollah secured the appointment of its candidate to lead the next government. Considering that the United States deems Hezbollah a terrorist organization and has imposed sanctions upon the group, this new leadership will prove problematic in U.S.-Lebanon relations. “U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton warned that formation of a Hezbollah-dominated government will mean changes in the U.S. political and economic relations with the country.