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  • They seem to think that if they destroy israel then the middle east will have peace. I think that's laughable.
  • They are poopy faces, and they are mean
  • The Hatred - the HATE! they hate Jews, and the reason is that they ARE Jews. An Arab said to me: i hate the Jews, not because what they are doing but WHO they are.
  • israel is the most popular target of our time. If you are not against Israel, other countries may think you are not cool. Hezbollah, too, wants gain power and it does so by focusing the anguish of the Lebanese towards an external enemy and away from the misery that Hezbollah has caused them. This is a common tactic used by virtually all known dictatorships.
  • If you guys realized, Israel is in the middle (almost) of the map,since ever, in every generation people have tried to kill the jews from the romains by the spanish inquisition to WWII!! now that Israel is known as the Jew's land, it becomes the best target for Jews haters... Hisbola shows it best... Needless to say, thy're not the only ones trying to get Israel, all the Major religions are based in israel and trying to claim it as theirs....
    • Glenn Blaylock
      ALL of the major religions are NOT based in that part of the world. Buddhism and Shintoism are not based in Israel. Heck, while they do consider Jerusalem as holy, Islam is NOT based in Israel. Islam is based in Saudi Arabia. A much more accurate way to state what you were trying to say is that all of the major monotheistic religions consider Israel holly ground.
  • 1) "Position on Israel From the inception of Hezbollah to the present the elimination of the State of Israel has been one of Hezbollah's primary goals. Its 1985 manifesto reportedly states "our struggle will end only when this entity [Israel] is obliterated. We recognize no treaty with it, no ceasefire, and no peace agreements ..." Secretary-General Nasrallah has stated that "Israel is an illegal usurper entity, which is based on falsehood, massacres, and illusions," and considers that the elimination of Israel will bring peace in the Middle East: "There is no solution to the conflict in this region except with the disappearance of Israel." In an interview with the Washington Post, Nasrallah said "I am against any reconciliation with Israel. I do not even recognize the presence of a state that is called 'Israel.' I consider its presence both unjust and unlawful. That is why if Lebanon concludes a peace agreement with Israel and brings that accord to the Parliament our deputies will reject it; Hezbollah refuses any conciliation with Israel in principle...When a peace agreement is concluded between the Lebanese government and Israel, we would surely disagree with the Lebanese government about that, but we would not make any turmoil out of it." In a 1999 interview, Nasrallah outlined the group’s three "minimal demand[s]: an [Israeli] withdrawal from South Lebanon and the Western Bqa’ Valley, a withdrawal from the Golan, and the return of the Palestinian refugees.” An additional objective is the freeing of prisoners held in Israeli jails. Hezbollah's desire for Israeli prisoners that could be exchanged with Israel led to its abduction of Israeli soldiers which triggered the 2006 Israel-Lebanon conflict. Israel's occupation of the Shebaa Farms, along with the presence of Lebanese prisoners in Israeli jails, is often cited as justification – and invoked as a pretext, acccording to many – for Hezbollah's continued hostilities against Israel even after Israel's verified withdrawal from Lebanon in 2000. Hezbollah's spokesperson Hassan Ezzedin, however, had this to say about an Israeli withdrawal from Sheba Farms: "If they go from Shebaa, we won't stop fighting them. ... Our goal is to liberate the 1948 borders of Palestine, ... The Jews who survive this war of liberation can go back to Germany or wherever they came from." In a 2003 interview, Nasrallah has answered questions concerning the establishment of a Palestinian state established alongside an Israeli state stating "that he would not sabotage what is finally a 'Palestinian matter.' But until such a settlement is reached, he will, he said, continue to encourage Palestinian suicide bombers." Similarly, in 2004, when asked whether he was prepared to live with a two-state settlement between Israel and Palestine, Nasrallah said he wouldn't sabotage what is a Palestinian matter. He also said that outside of Lebanon, Hezbollah will act only in a defensive manner towards Israeli forces, and that Hezbollah's missiles were acquired to deter attacks on Lebanon." Source and further information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hezbollah#Position_on_Israel 2) "Position on Jews and Judaism Hezbollah has declared that it distinguishes between Zionism and Judaism. Hezbollah MP Abdallah Qussayr stated that "Hezbollah has never been against religions. Hezbollah supports all religions, it supports interfaith dialogue, and it has no problem with any religion. Hezbollah considers Zionism to be the enemy, not the Jews as a people or a religion." Hezbollah's official web site marks a distinction between "Zionist ideology" and Judaism. It likens Zionism to "the concept of creating 'Israel' by the use of force and violence, by stealing the Arabs’ lands and killing Palestinians." Others have attributed anti-Jewish statements to Hassan Nasrallah. Nasrallah was quoted as saying "if [Jews] all gather in Israel, it will save us the trouble of going after them worldwide." However, Charles Glass believes that the quotation was likely a fabrication, citing other published accounts of the speech that had no reference to the anti-semitic comment, and statements by the Star's editors that questioned both the translation and the "agenda of the translator.". Amal Saad-Ghorayeb, a Lebanese author and expert on Hezbollah, quoted Hassan Nasrallah as saying, "If we searched the entire world for a person more cowardly, despicable, weak and feeble in psyche, mind, ideology and religion, we would not find anyone like the Jew." Regarding the official public stance of Hezbollah as a whole, she argues that while Hezbollah, "tries to mask its anti-Judaism for public-relations reasons... a study of its language, spoken and written, reveals an underlying truth." In her book, Hezbollah: Politics & Religion, she states that Hezbollah "believes that Jews, by the nature of Judaism, possess fatal character flaws," and that "Hezbollah's Quranic reading of Jewish history has led its leaders to believe that Jewish theology is evil." In 2004 the Hezbollah-owned television station Al-Manar was banned in France on the grounds that it was inciting racial hatred. The court cited a 23 November 2004 broadcast in which a speaker accused Israel of deliberately disseminating AIDS in Arab nations." Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hezbollah#Position_on_Jews_and_Judaism 3) "Hezbollah was founded in 1985, during the time of the Iranian Islamic Revolution, the Lebanese Civil War, and the Israeli invasion of Lebanon. Israel had become militarily involved in Lebanon in combat with the Palestine Liberation Organization who moved into Southern Lebanon after being ousted from Jordan. The PLO was attacking Israel from Southern Lebanon in the lead up to the 1982 Lebanon War, and Israel had invaded and occupied Lebanon to protect its Northern border. In 1982, Iran sent a contingent of about 1000 Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) to Zebdani in western Syria and the Bekaa valley of eastern Lebanon. "In November [1982] a demonstration instigated by the Guards and Lebanese radicals brought thousands of men and women to the barracks to demand the eviction of the Lebanese army which they accused of being in the hand of Bashir Gemayel," the Christian president of Lebanon. In Bekaa, the Guards worked to Islamicize the predominantly Shia area - taking over the Lebanese Army's regional headquarters in the Sheikh Abdullah barracks, a modern clinic renamed `Hospital Khomeini` and the Hotel Khayyam - and to train and equip Lebanese Shia supporters of the Islamic Revolution, particularly to fight the Israel occupation of southern Lebanon. Foundation Hezbollah was formed primarily to combat the Israeli occupation following the 1982 invasion of Lebanon." Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hezbollah#Background_2 4) Further information at Hezbollah official site: http://www.moqawama.org/english/index.php
  • Perhaps because Israel keeps invading their country and slaughtering thousands of their people?

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