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Hizbullah Denies Obtaining Chemical Arms from Syria

July 22 2012 at 3:38 PM
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Hizbullah Denies Obtaining Chemical Arms from Syria

Hizbullah denied on Sunday that it would transfer chemical weapons from Syria to Lebanon if the regime of President Bashar Assad collapsed, the Kuwaiti al-Rai newspaper reported.

Its not the intention of Hizbullah to acquire such weapons, and Syria isnt willing to export any for several reasons, a source close to Hizbullah told the daily.

According to the source, the resistance uses weapons according to its needs, positions, and effectiveness thus it doesnt need weapons that have slow motion and spreading effects.

Israeli officials have continuously expressed concern over the developments in Syria and the possibility that Hizbullah might attempt to transfer advanced weapons systems or chemical weapons from Syria to Lebanon.

The Hizbullah source told the daily that the resistance also chooses arms that best serve its tactics.

It noted that the resistance realizes that the use of such missile types would prompt Israel to respond with similar or more deadly weaponry.

The reports on transferring chemical weapons from Syria are based on hostile intentions.

However, the source noted that Syria will not hesitate in providing Hizbullah with all types of advanced weapons systems so that the resistance remains the protective shield against Israel.

Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak said in an interview on Channel 10 television on Friday that his country would consider military action if needed to ensure Syrian missiles or chemical weapons did not reach Hizbullah.
ah Denies Obtaining Chemical Arms from Syria

http://www.naharnet.com/stories/en/47423-hizbullah-denies-obtaining-chemical-arms-from-syria

 
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July 22 2012, 8:30 PM 

"Israeli officials have continuously expressed concern over the developments in Syria and the possibility that Hizbullah might attempt to transfer advanced weapons systems or chemical weapons from Syria to Lebanon."


-This sentence alone reeks of propaganda... Of course Israel is only worried about the Syrian government giving the weapons to Hizbullah, and not of the radical jihadi's they are fighting giving them to their Al'Queda buddies (but lets not mention them.. we're trying to convince everyone they're the good guys)..

Silly article is silly..

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Re: Hizbullah Denies Obtaining Chemical Arms from Syria

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July 22 2012, 9:49 PM 

Would Narallah lie?

How do you feel about Syrian Scuds in Lebanon, A nation held hostage by Irans personal battle with Israel, or are those myth also, maybe so? As much weapons Hizbo can sneak accross the boarder, so why not this? We may soon find out what Hizbo has and will use.

It is not any secret that Saudi supported Jihad Joe are the opposite side of the same coin when compared to Hezbollah. Both Iran and Saudi are big supporters of Islamic terror ,what is there objectives in the end? It is good to play devils advocate to see all sides, but in the end it will still be some form of democratic psudo dictatorship supported by one of the big players.

Will future elections be as fake as the Iranian elections, who knows, but the only constant in life is change and Assad is going down.

Ultimately the biggest looser will be the Christians in the middle-east as we have seen in Iraq.

All we can do is sit back and speculate and try to hear the evidence and arguments from both sides if you happen to care at all.






    
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