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Headline: Hezbollah Chief Targets Israel

In a eulogy for Hezbollah militant, Imad Mughniyeh, Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah leveled a serious threat at the Israeli nation he blames for the killing of Mughniyeh. Mughniyeh died in a car bomb attack on Tuesday in Syria. He is thought to be the mastermind behind the attacks that killed hundreds of Americans in Lebanon in the 1980s.

In remarks aimed at Israel, Hassan Nasrallah said this of Imad Mughniyeh's killing,

'You have killed Hajj Imad outside the natural battlefield. You have crossed the borders. With this murder, its timing, location and method — Zionists, if you want this kind of open war, let the whole world listen: Let this war be open.''

Hezbollah has long maintained that it only fights Israel within Lebanon and along their common border. These remarks could foreshadow a dangerous departure from that strategy.

If you'd like to see a future post shaking out Hezbollah and the relationship between Israel and Lebanon, let us know.

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minaminamina minaminamina 7 years
It's "principle", raiccarone - sorry, a pet peeve of mine. And I would love to see an explicated post about Lebanon and Israel, Citizensugar, as long as it's not full of the typical ignorance most American media sources are using. I recommend the BBC for your research, and I encourage you to discuss Ariel Sharon's role in the massacres at the Sabra and Shatilla refugee camps in Lebanon - maybe it'll help us understand why people turn to terrorism instead of diplomacy in the modern world. And first tip - it's NOT because of religion.
minaminamina minaminamina 7 years
It's "principle", raiccarone - sorry, a pet peeve of mine. And I would love to see an explicated post about Lebanon and Israel, Citizensugar, as long as it's not full of the typical ignorance most American media sources are using. I recommend the BBC for your research, and I encourage you to discuss Ariel Sharon's role in the massacres at the Sabra and Shatilla refugee camps in Lebanon - maybe it'll help us understand why people turn to terrorism instead of diplomacy in the modern world. And first tip - it's NOT because of religion.
raciccarone raciccarone 7 years
I am glad Hezbollah is here to remind us of the principals of proper terrorism etiquette.
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