View Full Version : What is Your Opinion on Hezbollah?

Monday, September 11th, 2006, 06:28 AM
I have my own opinon.....I want to know the members of Skadi's opinion:-O

As for me i Know ALOT about them,

Also, i can assume the opinions of certain members on this forum, after a while of speculating i was waiting for the moment to ask this question.

Also tell me your opinion on Sayed Hassan Nassrallah

this will most definetly be fricken interesting:thumbup

Dr. Solar Wolff
Monday, September 11th, 2006, 06:42 AM
I posted my opinion of Hezbollah on another thread yesterday but I will be happy to repeat it here.

What is not to like? Hezbollah kicked Israel's butt. Their philosophy seems almost National Socialistic in regards to helping their own people. Hezbollah does not do "terrorist acts" outside of Lebanon/Israel. I say terrorist acts meaning bombing non-military targets. Killing invading Jews is not terrorism, it is resistance and paying them back with katuchka rockets had me up from my seat, cheering. Hassin Nastrallah is a hero for resisting Israel and for his general good will and help in Lebanon. He is even a hero for non-Shia Arabs and Iranians (who are not Arabs).

Hezbollah should continue to rearm. Hezbollah should contact Russia through Iran and get some modern anti-aircraft rockets and I am not talking about hand-held stinger-like rockets but the big surface to air Russian series. Maybe Hezbollah could even manufacture such rockets within Lebanon as well as the stingers and the Iranian rockets used on Israeli ships (Sunburn??). And of course they need more anti-tank rockets.

A military consultant on a cable news network (should read: a war pimp) mentioned that Israel needed to neutralize Hezbullah in order to strike Iran so that Hezbollah's rockets wouldn't be used against Israel in that event. Well, that plan failed. Imagine Israel attacking Iran when they couldn't even beat Iran's little cousin? Hezbollah may have saved Iran a costly war.

As far as I know, Hezbollah is strickly a Lebanese organization and doesn't advocate immigration of muslims to Europe or America nor advocates making war on those entities.

Monday, September 11th, 2006, 11:57 AM
What he said. :)

Wednesday, September 13th, 2006, 12:58 AM
Both Hezbollah and Israel are undesirable groups of people. Let them kill eachother off, I don't care what the outcome is. Less semites and muslim extremists for our countries to deal with in the future.

Prince Eugen
Saturday, September 16th, 2006, 10:17 PM
Hezbollah is a liberation army and a political movement with NS ideas and style!They brave warriors who fight for their homeland and their culture!I wish we,Europeans,have the 1% of their courage !

Monday, September 18th, 2006, 05:55 PM
I am 100% behind Hezbollah. I don't send them money or anything but they have my unwavering support, spiritually and mentally, for whatever it's worth.

They are an example to us all and a huge morale booster for the Muslim countries. Really, I admire them to no end. Their country was practically destroyed and they still beat back the hated invading jews.

Cool cats! Cheers to Hezbollah.

Monday, September 18th, 2006, 08:11 PM
I despise Hizbollah:thumbdown just like anything related with islam:thumbdown .

Monday, September 18th, 2006, 10:24 PM
Hezbollah is cool, as long as they keep true to their natural objectives - fight for a free lebanon, liberate palestine - and know whom they're not supposed to mess with (you know what I mean) :thumbsup

Desert Fox
Monday, October 16th, 2006, 12:40 AM
I must admit that I have nothing but the greateste respect for the Hezbollah: they fought extremely skillful and brave against the most brutal enemy next to Djinghis Khan. And with outdated weapons.
Can it be doubted that IsraHell's Army is not equipped with the latest American, British, German, French and their own military produced hardware?

For years the Lebanese were provoked, agitated, intruded on by the self chosen? It took a few weeks to defeat these war mongerers egged on by the Shabbaz Goy (a willing servant/slave of the yids) Bush who delivered enough weapons and gave encouragement to destroy the whole infrastructure of Lebanon resulting in thousands of civilian casualties.