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What is Hezbollah is preparing for and what it stands for?

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I. 45000 rockets and Lebanese strategy


According to Majid Sattar and Hans-Christian Rössler (“Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung”, Germany), the Lebanese Hezbollah forces loyal to Iran are ready for a new war with Israel - along with it. The article by Sattar and Rossler provides an assessment of Hezbollah’s weapons, given by Israel’s Defense Ministry’s political department Amos Gilad: Hezbollah now has more than 45000 missiles. Gilad believes that the territory of Lebanon is under the control of the armed forces of this organization. Therefore, if Israel attacks Iran, these missiles will be used.

What is Hezbollah is preparing for and what it stands for?


However, there are several significant points. So far, a significant part of weapons from Iran, Hezbollah received through Syria. But now we are talking about the fact that the radical Shiites in Lebanon began to prepare for the changes that may occur after the fall of the regime of Bashar al-Assad. So say the authors of the article.

According to them, soon Hezbollah will not be able to rely on supplies weapons from Iran. Referring to information from the Israeli security service, journalists write that previously Lebanese armed groups received subsidies from Tehran (200-300 million dollars annually), but due to international sanctions against Iran, these revenues were reduced.

In addition, Washington is considering cutting off Hezbollah’s sources of funding. But the European Union should take part in blocking cash receipts, where Hezbollah is not classified as a terrorist organization (the reason for this is the resistance in this question of France). The United States and Israel are now insisting on the introduction by the European Union of criminal liability in relation to financial institutions and businesses that “cooperate” with Hezbollah.

From this we can conclude that the group, losing Iranian and, in the long run, international funding, will begin to grow in Lebanon. The authors of the article write: “... Therefore, it will be important for the grouping to strengthen its position in the Lebanese economy and state institutions: at present, the group will take control of six out of nine Lebanese commercial banks. In addition, Hezbollah’s influence in the National Bank is growing, as the group continuously introduces its people there. The same thing happens in the customs authorities. ”

Thus, according to Sattar and Rössler, several changes are expected in Hezbollah’s activities at once: a change in the arms supply channels due to a possible fall of the Assad government in Syria, as well as international sanctions against Iran; strengthening the organization in Lebanon - both political and economic; use of Hezbollah’s military might in a possible war between Israel and Iran.

Ii. Syed Hassan Nasrallah stands for peace and against aggression

About two months ago, the editor of the site "Wikileaks" Julian Assange on the TV channel Russia Today Interviewed Syed Hassan Nasrallah, Hezbollah leader. The talk was about why some people believe that the leader of the Hezbollah party is a terrorist, while others call him a fighter for independence.

From Nasrallah’s answers, there are several main points that show his position on key geopolitical issues.

1. According to Nasrallah, Israel is an illegal state built by occupation of foreign lands and the seizure of foreign territories. Palestine belongs to the Palestinians. Hezbollah believes that there should be one state on the land of Palestine, and peace and democracy will reign in it, and Muslims, Jews and Christians will live together.

Since 1948, Israeli troops, according to Nasrallah, are firing on civilian targets in Lebanon. From 1982 to 1992, there was resistance. Only ten years later, says Nasrallah, "we began to answer - solely with the aim of stopping the shelling of our civilians by the Israelis."

2. The Hezbollah movement, having transformed itself into a parliamentary party, was by no means morally disintegrated. Hezbollah is fighting against drug trafficking and not leading “some kind of mafia structures”. At the same time there are rich families supporting the movement.

3. Hezbollah is on the side of the government of Bashar al-Assad in Syria because it supports the Lebanese resistance movement and the Palestinian resistance movement and does not give in to pressure from Israel and the United States. Nasrallah believes that Syria needs dialogue and reforms, and otherwise - due to the heterogeneity of Syrian society - thoughtless actions can lead to civil war, "and this is just the right thing for America and Israel."

“I personally became convinced,” says Nasrallah, “that President Assad is committed to carrying out profound and important reforms, and this has convinced us of the correctness of the position we are taking.” But in order for the reforms to be realized, the opposition must engage in dialogue. Hezbollah’s representatives went to the opposition to convince them of the need for a dialogue with the authorities, but the rebels refused the dialogue. The rebels, according to Sayed Hassan Nasrallah, want only one thing - to overthrow the existing regime.

Different states give oppositionists money and weapons. Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri called for an armed struggle in Syria. It turns out that all these people want to turn Syria into a battlefield.

4. Satellite TV channel "Al-Manar" is banned in the United States in order to create a negative image of Hezbollah. Americans must imagine that Hezbollah is a terrorist organization, that its members are killing people. The US authorities do not want people to hear the other side. “In a fair trial,” says Nasrallah, “the respondent at least has the opportunity to say something in his defense.” But the American government blames us, and we do not even have the elementary right to say something in our defense, to present our arguments. They make it impossible for us to speak. ”

5. On the question of "what is good and what is bad." “We believe,” says Nasrallah, “that the Almighty is the creator of all things, including man and all living beings. When He created us, He endowed us with bodies, as well as various psychological and spiritual abilities. This is what we call instincts. People who do not know the religious laws are guided only by instincts. But even they instinctively understand the need to tell the truth. They instinctively feel that the truth is good, and the lie is bad; that justice is good, but injustice is not; that it is good to help the poor and protect the offended, but to attack others and shed blood is terrible. ”

According to Nasrallah, resisting US hegemony or occupation, or any aggression, is both moral and humane. In addition, it is also a godly deed: for the principles of morality do not contradict the heavenly law.

So, the aggression of the USA or Israel, as well as the aggression in general, according to Nasrallah, is bad. Hezbollah is peace-loving until it faces aggressors. Nasrallah is opposed to Syria being turned "into a battlefield," and, unlike Syrian rebels and those who support them, is a supporter of political dialogue.

Iii. Alexander Prokhanov: "Hassan Nasrallah - a great orator, a passionate preacher, a sophisticated analyst, the people's tribune"

6 June in the newspaper "Tomorrow" An article by A. Prokhanov, Hezbollah - the Party of God, was published.

“I listened to the speech at the feast of Hezbollah’s secretary general, Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah,” writes Prokhanov, “who addressed the people from a huge plasma TV, because for security reasons he avoids Israeli demolitions and saboteurs. Nasrallah does not come into direct contact with people, for the two previous party leaders were destroyed by Israeli intelligence agents. Hassan Nasrallah — a magnificent orator, a passionate preacher, a sophisticated analyst, a tribune of the people — warned Israel in the event of a repeat of the aggression. He spoke of Hezbollah’s increased military power. If Israel destroys a house in Lebanon with a rocket, said Nasrallah, Hezbollah will destroy a house in Tel Aviv. If an Israeli projectile falls on the Lebanese plant, Hezbollah’s shell will destroy the plant in Israel. If Israel hits the Lebanese seaport, Hezbollah’s missiles will crush Israeli seaports. ”

Prokhanov continues: “On Mount Mlita I saw an Israeli cemetery tanks "Merkava," which is translated from Hebrew, means "the chariot of God." These charred rusty tanks, turned upside down, resembled wheelchairs in which the state of Israel was taken away into oblivion. I was on another - high, forested mountain - from which you can see the road winding in the gorge. Hezbollah fighter, who controlled the Cornet anti-tank missiles, was sitting on this mountain in a shelter. This rocket, built in Tula by the great Russian gunsmith Arkady Georgievich Shipunov, was the main force that stopped the steel "chariots of God." From this mountain, firing "Cornets", the operator destroyed 11 Israeli tanks, which were smoking, blocking the road. Now this mountain is called "Shipunova Mountain". Standing on a slope, I took out my mobile phone and called Shipunov in Tula, talked about the damaged Merkava, the Kornet rocket, the image of which can be seen in all cities, at all intersections, and that he, Shipunov, is a distant Russian constructor, is a national hero of Hezbollah. The designer calmly listened to my confused and passionate story and in response said: "Good."

Prokhanov describes the Israeli invasion of southern Lebanon and the bombing of Beirut. "Seven hundred thousand refugees left the devastated area, taking with them the horror and sense of disaster." But Hezbollah, continues Prokhanov, defeating the enemy, rebuilt the area. The victory of Hezbollah is compared by a famous writer and journalist with the revival in the USSR of cities destroyed by the Nazis. According to Prokhanov, Hezbollah is able to fight, build and open universities. It is an organization today that "has its own television and newspapers, a corps of refined diplomats, deputies in parliament and ministers in the government, creating a unique ideology and philosophy, a unique religious ethics."

The Hezbollah participants, with whom Prokhanov met in Lebanon, spoke about religion and linked their lives with divine providence. These people, according to Prokhanov, interpret the world as a struggle between good and evil, a battle of light and darkness, and understand their resistance as a battle for divine justice. Hezbollah’s heroes, the journalist says, are martyrs who act, “trampling death upon death”. Coming to a military camp, a Hezbollah soldier digs his own grave. He lives in it, prays, and in the event of his death, he is buried here.

According to Prokhanov, Hezbollah’s experience will be needed in the future: a new model, professing the principle of justice and creating harmony, will inevitably replace the decaying liberal model.

Thus, geopolitics must change: after all, according to Prokhanov, local occupation will be replaced in the future by global challenges aimed at destroying the entire planet. Therefore, “the future organization of the world will require from people the highest sacrifice, religious morality, unprecedented solidarity, which is possible only if human senses are ruled by religious meanings.”

At the same time, Prokhanov says, having already returned from Lebanon to Russia (see "Express newspaper Online" for 13 June), the third world war can begin with the first NATO bomb dropped on Syria. According to the writer, the war cannot be stopped: there are forces on the planet who are going to resolve the world economic crisis with its help. Prokhanov is confident that all countries of the world are preparing for new global battles. As an example, he cites China, in which the MIC operates at full power. As for the United States, according to the journalist, they have a military budget equal to the military budget of all other countries of the world. Finally, Turkey has a huge army, and Iran is well armed.

Considering that world war is not far off, Prokhanov is perplexed about Russia: “Everyone is rearming. All except Russia. Are we not going to participate in the future repartition of the world? ”

Thus, if Hezbollah, according to Prokhanov, is ready for a new war and a new world, then Russia probably should take an example from it.

Observed Oleg Chuvakin
- especially for topwar.ru
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  1. Yarbay
    Yarbay 16 June 2012 08: 35
    +13
    Very interesting article!
    Thanks to the author!
    "Hassan Nasrallah - a great speaker, a passionate preacher, a sophisticated analyst, tribunes of the people" - this is true !!
    1. Aleksey67
      Aleksey67 16 June 2012 09: 01
      -7
      Honestly, I didn’t even read the article, just terrorist organizations, no matter what slogans were covered, the essence remains. Therefore, they must be destroyed.
      1. woland05
        woland05 16 June 2012 09: 24
        +17
        Oh, come on, comrade. It depends on who calls them terrorist. This is all verbiage - with the same success our partisans in the territories occupied by fascists can be called terrorists. For Hezbollah, I would use the name - People's Liberation ....
        1. Aleksey67
          Aleksey67 16 June 2012 09: 27
          +1
          Quote: woland05
          ... For Hezbollah, I would use the name - People's Liberation ...

          We have the same people's liberation in Chechnya and Hezbollah is happy to support them. Learn to separate flies from cutlets wink
          1. woland05
            woland05 16 June 2012 09: 31
            +19
            There are gangs in Chechnya, nothing more. The people and government of Chechnya live entirely at the expense of Russia and have such preferences as other subjects of the federation do not have. So do not compare Palestine with Chechnya, and even more so us and Israel ...
            1. Aleksey67
              Aleksey67 16 June 2012 09: 39
              -1
              Quote: woland05
              There are gangs in Chechnya, nothing more.

              And what is Hezbollah?
              Quote: woland05
              The people and government of Chechnya live entirely at the expense of Russia and have such preferences as other subjects of the federation do not have.

              So who won? Who pays the contribution?
              Quote: woland05
              So do not compare Palestine with Chechnya, and even more so us and Israel ...

              With all my dislike for Israel, I’ll say that they (Russia) made us. And if our government gave such powers to the soldiers that Israel gives and also defended them, then I would be proud of my country
              1. woland05
                woland05 16 June 2012 09: 49
                +10
                Quote: Aleksey67
                And if our government would give such powers to the soldiers as Israel gives and also protect them

                I completely agree with this.

                Quote: Aleksey67
                With all my dislike for Israel, I’ll say that they (Russia) made us.

                Brost, comrade. Russia was made long before the statehood of the Jews ...

                Quote: Aleksey67
                So who won? Who pays the contribution?

                Nobody won. In an armed conflict between fellow citizens there are no winners. Everyone lost.


                Quote: Aleksey67
                And what is Hezbollah?

                National liberation movement. On good terms - the Palestinians and Jews need to "disperse". They don't get along in the same apartment ...
                1. Aleksey67
                  Aleksey67 16 June 2012 09: 53
                  -7
                  Quote: woland05
                  In an armed conflict between fellow citizens there are no winners. Everyone lost.

                  I completely agree!!! Just please don't call me
                  Quote: woland05
                  comrade

                  I have my own ideas about friendship drinks
            2. The centurion
              The centurion 16 June 2012 10: 54
              +3
              Quote: woland05
              The Chechen government lives entirely at the expense of Russia and has such preferences as other subjects of the federation do not have.

              And what is our most subsidized region? Moreover, the methods and forms of subsidies are the most predatory, sophisticated, corrupt and Jesuit ones. That's right, Moscow. And Chechnya is not cheap, although to Moscow it is like walking to the moon. But Chechnya pays for it peacefully, and Moscow incites a civil war. Moscow is not a heart, but an ulcer of our Motherland.
              1. ars_pro
                ars_pro 16 June 2012 14: 14
                +7
                I ask you not to generalize. Moscow now, although a multinational city, but still our grandfathers died heroically, so as not to let the enemy and the span pass, this should not be forgotten, referring to some kind of subsidy !!
              2. woland05
                woland05 16 June 2012 16: 22
                +3
                Well, for Moscow, I generally keep quiet, comrade. This is a separate issue)))
            3. mikula
              mikula 17 June 2012 13: 09
              -5
              There are gangs in Chechnya, nothing more. -Naturally, we have only gangs. And they have only the people's liberation. Phimosis of the brain.
              1. irkut2000
                irkut2000 17 June 2012 20: 07
                +4
                So there are Chechen bandits fighting against their people, and the valiant Hezbollah fighters for their people.
                Just do not see the difference.
          2. io_stalin
            io_stalin 16 June 2012 11: 31
            +23
            A terrorist or partisan, a spy or a scout ...
            This is from which side of the front to look!

            From the point of view of the enemies of Russia, they are terrorists. The financial elite of the United States classifies them as the most dangerous enemies.

            And from our bell tower:

            1.Hezbollah is a friend of Iran, our strategic ally.

            2. Hezbollah is not funded by the Saudis, Qatar.
            And Saudi ears stick out everywhere, including here in Chechnya.

            These are not Wahhabis, but Shiites, and these are two big differences wink
            1. Marat
              Marat 16 June 2012 15: 27
              +8
              I agree io_stalin! Much larger terrorists and sponsors of terrorism are the United States and Saudi Cathars. Hezbollah is on our side of the barricades and in the same boat with all of us with Iran and Syria
              Of course they are not wearing white gloves - but they are at war and cannot help but get dirty

              I wish them to chat less and go and fight in Syria. If there is already talk that Ksor Odkb will be introduced - then by simple justice, the Syrians of Hezbollah and Ksir should first of all help - and ours is the last line already
        2. Pimply
          Pimply 16 June 2012 16: 41
          -8
          An organization that uses Nazi rhetoric and symbolism, as well as glorifying a murderer who intentionally crushed the head of a four-year-old girl — partisans, and a good national liberation movement? Well. You are beautiful.
        3. mikula
          mikula 17 June 2012 13: 03
          -6
          Chechens - I would use the name - people's liberation ... And all the other statements - This is all verbiage - with the same success our partisans in the territories occupied by fascists can be called terrorists.
      2. SPHINX
        SPHINX 17 June 2012 00: 16
        +4
        Terrorist to terrorist discord. Al Qaeda is a typical business cartel of mercenaries. They do not shun anything, they are ready for any infamy against anyone, if they pay enough, then they will against their own. If only they paid.
        But guys like Hezbollah are more guided by the principles of honor and faith. They will sacrifice if they are told that it is right. They will not give up on anything, will not be afraid to lose their lives, because honor and faith are higher than their own lives. And most importantly - they will fight, blow up airplanes and create other indecency only if they attack them. Jihad, after all, is essentially a defensive war, not an offensive one. If you don’t touch them, there will be peace; if you try to bend under you, you will wash yourself with blood. Something like this.
        1. Yarbay
          Yarbay 17 June 2012 00: 23
          -1
          ** But guys like Hezbollah are more guided by the principles of honor and faith ** - You are deeply mistaken !!
          The assassination of Buniyatov organized by them, the alliance with Hamas and other organizations practicing self-explosion already indicates that this is an organization that is ready for the purpose to abandon the principles !!!!
        2. Professor
          Professor 17 June 2012 09: 18
          -7
          They will not give up on anything, will not be afraid to lose their lives, because honor and faith are higher than their own lives.

          And therefore, their leadership takes to rallies only a riffraff, and fearing for their own skin, it broadcasts to the masses from plasma screens from well-fortified bunkers. laughing
          1. Yarbay
            Yarbay 17 June 2012 16: 27
            +2
            No professor at rallies out the people who hate Israel!
            1. Professor
              Professor 17 June 2012 16: 57
              -9
              Those who go to the rally go to the rally, the party said to go. Tomorrow they will say go to a rally in support of Israel and they all will go as one.
              1. Yarbay
                Yarbay 17 June 2012 20: 27
                0
                Professor !
                It is just like everywhere else !!
                Israel will arrange them tomorrow, they will go to a rally in support of Israel!
                And there, no riffraff goes to rallies, and among them there are people who are much more educated and more decent than you!
                1. Professor
                  Professor 18 June 2012 09: 27
                  -1
                  That's just dear, let's not get personal! I expected from you as from the Caucasian greater reverence for the opponent ...
                  Leave my education and decency alone. Believe me too, even in Azerbaijani, believe me.
                  And at a rally there is a riffraff going there, as in many other places on the planet at some rallies.
                  1. Don
                    Don 18 June 2012 18: 13
                    +3
                    Quote: Professor
                    And at a rally there is a riffraff going there, as in many other places on the planet at some rallies.

                    Well, of course. What can you hear from a Jew. All who are against Shusher Israel. For me, they have the right to hate you and this will not mean that they are a shusher. But the rallies of Arabs do not need to be expelled. You do not tell these tales. That Shiites, that the Sunnis at the rally do not need to go out. For decades, their hatred of you is such that they themselves are ready, without leaders, to go to rallies.
                  2. Yarbay
                    Yarbay 19 June 2012 00: 24
                    +3
                    Do you get personal - offending hundreds of thousands, and then demand not to get personal?
                    You act dishonorably calling people whom you do not know as a shushera !!
                    For me, people like you are a shusher, because you say something that you don’t know and argue over nothing at all times!
                    You insult people among whom there are those to whom you are indignant!
                    But the fact that they are deceived and embittered is another matter!
                    1. Professor
                      Professor 19 June 2012 09: 21
                      -3
                      I thought that a little smarter, but apparently wrong.
                      Well, of course, how could I "offend" people to whom I am not fit to hold a candle. They are so educated and civilized. Rascal about them, I’m very cultured, they are simple. But strangely enough, you don’t want to mention that the crowd (SHUSHER) gathered to honor the national hero Samir Kuntar released from prison. He sat down for smashing a child's head. This detail you modestly missed ...

                      You really would have been silent about decency.
                      1. Yarbay
                        Yarbay 19 June 2012 10: 41
                        +2
                        I also thought you were smart!
                        I didn't say anything !!
                        Learn to read !!
                        and why keep quiet about decency ???
                        You behave dishonestly, and I expressed and dubbed it!
                      2. Professor
                        Professor 19 June 2012 10: 49
                        -3
                        Insulting an opponent is a sign of weakness.
                        Hello Samir Kuntaru.

                        PS
                        I will not insult you, I will protect your health. Don't write to me anymore - you don't exist for me.
                      3. Yarbay
                        Yarbay 19 June 2012 11: 10
                        +1
                        the terrorist Varojan Garabedian was sentenced to life imprisonment for carrying out a terrorist act at the Paris Orly Airport in early July 1983, as a result of which 8 people were killed and 60 people were injured. However, later in April 2001, a campaign of collecting signatures was held at the state level in Armenia in favor of his release, which was executed by a French court. V. Garabedyan received official asylum in Armenia.

                        By your logic, then all the Armenians are a shusher! ????
                        Say hello to Samir Kuntar yourself !!
                        Because of people like you, they hate Jews around the world !!
                        As for insults read above!
                        My health, do not let you care!
      3. irkut2000
        irkut2000 17 June 2012 20: 08
        +5
        Zionist nonsense.
  2. irkut2000
    irkut2000 17 June 2012 20: 05
    +4
    They are not terrorists, but partisans, real Warriors.
    One must understand the difference!
    1. Yarbay
      Yarbay 17 June 2012 20: 28
      -5
      They are equipped terrorists!
      Rather, their leadership!
  • FiremanRS
    FiremanRS 16 June 2012 12: 25
    0
    Another agitation and nothing more. The only sound thought is
    To the question of "what is good and what is bad." “We believe,” says Nasrallah, “that the Almighty is the creator of all things, including man and all living things. When He created us, He endowed us with bodies, as well as various psychological and spiritual abilities. This is what we call instincts. People who do not know religious laws are guided only by instincts. But even they instinctively understand that it is necessary to tell the truth. They instinctively feel that truth is good and false is bad; that justice is good, but injustice is not; it’s good to help the poor and protect the offended, but it’s awful to attack others and pour blood. ”
    This is true for everyone, but without religious background. So I can’t plus, for the campaign, but I won’t minus either - everyone has the right to their opinion.
  • ternit
    ternit 16 June 2012 08: 44
    +13
    Why does Hezbollah not fight against terrorists operating in Syria? In my opinion a great idea!
    1. Yarbay
      Yarbay 16 June 2012 08: 49
      +5
      They have been fighting for a long time !!
      1. esaul
        esaul 16 June 2012 10: 11
        +6
        Quote: Yarbay
        They have been fighting for a long time !!


        Greetings, Alibek! I would like some confirmation of your words ... And then there is a very depressing impression that Muslim countries are so isolated and closed on their interests that they simply put them on a neighbor, even if his democrats drag him to the gallows. As far as I can tell, only Iran from Muslim countries provides clear support.
        1. smile
          smile 16 June 2012 13: 45
          +3
          esau
          Really. if they are supported by the people and they are so powerful that one operator burns 11 tanks at a time with one ATGM, then why the hell didn’t block the Lebanese border for militants and weapons with a ramshackle in Syria? Strange affair. their ass is on fire, and apart from loud statements from them, something is not heard.
        2. Yarbay
          Yarbay 16 June 2012 14: 11
          +4
          Hi Valery!
          Well confirmations the sea !!
          there are fighting in the militias!
          Remember how several high-ranking leaders of this party were captured on the way from a military base in Syria !!
          They understand that with the loss of Syria they will start serious problems!
          Muslim countries are not isolated, and everyone except Iran supports the opposition !!
          Personally, I know quite well what the majority of the leaders of this organization are!
          They ruined such a person as the hero of the USSR Ziya Buniyatov !!
          The man who came to Berlin was the commander of the penal battalion, an orientalist academician!
          I knew him, a straight guy was !!!
      2. V-mir
        V-mir 16 June 2012 15: 36
        +4
        Hezbollah’s military units are not fighting in Syria! They really cherish this not very stable world in Lebanon, which recently nevertheless has come. And they perfectly understand any of their actions in the territory of another state, for example, in Syria, they will be immediately shown how the actions of the terrorists will entail the corresponding sanctions of NATO. But in Lebanon they are ready to quickly crush such NATO mercenaries, this happens periodically
        1. V-mir
          V-mir 16 June 2012 16: 18
          +4
          I will add. Shiites have come to power in Iraq and the number of terrorist attacks is increasing. Pakistan has shown tough relations with NATO and see today's news - terrorist attack. And this will continue with them.
          Therefore, if Hezbollah at least somehow sharply manifests itself in relation to NATO policy, terrorist attacks in Lebanon will begin!
          Hezbollah is now actively involved in the restoration of Beirut and other cities. Attracting foreign investment in the Lebanese economy, improving the social sphere.
  • itr
    itr 16 June 2012 09: 03
    +6
    but in order to give Syria a little respite, it’s necessary to bang Israel!
    1. smile
      smile 16 June 2012 13: 53
      +5
      itr So the Jews will answer! I doubt it. what of that. that Israel after the strike will invade Lebanon, Syria will get better. I strongly suspect that the Hezbollah guys will be too busy. to provide at least some assistance to Syria in the fight against all sorts of other "Muslim brothers" ... if they provide it at all. And after the strike on Iran. I'm afraid the invasion of Syria by various external forces will be inevitable, or rather, it will be a splendid occasion, which certain forces simply crave.
    2. mikula
      mikula 17 June 2012 13: 23
      -5
      Why haven’t you kicked yet.
  • Crumbumbes
    Crumbumbes 16 June 2012 09: 19
    +4
    According to their assumption, soon Hezbollah will not be able to rely on arms supplies from Iran at all. Referring to information from the Israeli security service, journalists write that before the Lebanese armed groups received subsidies from Tehran (200-300 million dollars annually), however, these revenues decreased due to international sanctions against Iran.

    agitation against Iran is unfolding ... he will subsequently appear in the Western media as a hotbed of terrorism and its main sponsor (this is in addition to the vigorous heads)
  • Professor
    Professor 16 June 2012 09: 31
    -6
    The "winner" Nasrallah has been sitting in a hole for 6 years and does not show his nose ... bully
    Oldper Prokhanov, sucking up to Hezbollah, "forgot" to tell where Christians went to the once Christian country after it was seized by Hezbollah.
    And yet, I would very much like to see "These charred, rusty tanks turned upside down looked like wheelchairs on which the state of Israel is taken away into oblivion." Or can he no longer distinguish a man-made cardboard memorial from trophies?



    1. Kars
      Kars 16 June 2012 11: 21
      +1
      This is a cool memorial - I would take a walk on it.
      And can you give me more details on what it is and in honor of what? Swing swords for the Aral?
      1. Aleksey67
        Aleksey67 16 June 2012 11: 23
        -1
        Quote: Kars
        Swing swords on the Aral?

        on yelling. type corrected, I hate inaccuracies drinks
      2. V-mir
        V-mir 16 June 2012 15: 25
        +3
        This is a museum of Hezbollah resistance in the mountains of southern Lebanon. Here is their website: www.mleeta.com
    2. Ruslan
      Ruslan 16 June 2012 11: 45
      +5
      [
      Quote: Professor
      The winner of "Nasrallah has been sitting in a hole for 6 years and does not show his nose ... bully
      Oldper Prokhanov, sucking up to Hezbollah, "forgot" to tell where Christians went to the once Christian country after it was seized by Hezbollah.
      And yet, I would very much like to see "These charred, rusty tanks turned upside down looked like wheelchairs on which the state of Israel is taken away into oblivion." Or can he no longer distinguish a man-made cardboard memorial from trophies?
      Professor don't forget the mercavas burned like matches
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8BvUVBfC8Wg
      1. Professor
        Professor 16 June 2012 13: 13
        -4
        you and the materiel are bad. Well, very bad.
        At the beginning of the video, shelling of the IDF outpost in Lebanon until the 2000 year. Merkava 2 does not burn despite repeated hits. A truck is burning in the background.
        On the 40-th tank blown up on a land mine and on fire ...
        42 second I quit a piece of multi-layer armor ...
        3: 05 - heavy engineering armored personnel carrier

        Where are the promised matches, troll Are you our furry? wassat
        1. Ruslan
          Ruslan 16 June 2012 14: 31
          +5
          Quote: Professor
          Merkava 2 does not burn despite repeated hits
          External ignition is not visible, but for those who were in the tank this is not easier
          1. Professor
            Professor 16 June 2012 16: 25
            -7
            Again, no credit. There was no one in the tank at that time. Learn the materiel. fool
            1. irkut2000
              irkut2000 17 June 2012 20: 26
              +6
              I mean, none of the people?
              Jews alone?
              Well, this really is not a pity smile drinks
        2. Eraser
          Eraser 16 June 2012 21: 29
          +2
          By the way, about matches
          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v50_U2FCdA0&feature=player_embedded
          tin.
      2. OSTAP BENDER
        OSTAP BENDER 16 June 2012 14: 13
        +1
        Ruslan! Greetings!
        1. Ruslan
          Ruslan 16 June 2012 14: 23
          0
          Quote: OSTAP BENDER
          Ruslan! Greetings!
          Hi
    3. wolverine7778
      wolverine7778 16 June 2012 13: 29
      +5
      Hmm creatively, etozh ktozh so came up with the barrel of Merkava to collapse bully
    4. Isr
      Isr 16 June 2012 14: 55
      -8
      Prokhanov, Hezbollah and their friends so want this cardboard installation to be true, but the reality is completely different. the result of the "unsuccessful" for Israel 2nd Lebanese was the complete illegitimacy of Hezbollah as the defender of Lebanon. Now every Lebanese knows that Hezbollah is responsible for this war. The Lebanese army is responsible for the country's security (as in any normal country), not a paramilitary group terrorizing the local population. Well, as a result, H. Nasrallah has been sitting in the basement for the sixth year, almost like Ben Laden before his death.
      1. Don
        Don 18 June 2012 18: 24
        0
        Quote: Isr
        for Israel, the 2nd Lebanese became the complete illegitimacy of Hezbollah, as the defender of Lebanon. Now every Lebanese knows that hezbollah is responsible for this war.

        Oh, how trolls love to balabolit on behalf of any people. You did a survey there. He didn’t go further than the toilet and kitchen at home, and on behalf of the Lebanese people balabolit.
        1. V-mir
          V-mir 18 June 2012 18: 42
          0
          Don, there's no point in arguing with them. These are Kitchen fighters! They sit at the table and press the "Enter" minus! The Arabs terrorized them for! Oh, what an objective reality! If you don't like it, let them go to Birobidzhan, they are developing natural resources for Russia!
          Forgot who Fascism won the Great Patriotic War !! And that former multinational Soviet Union, which saved them from extermination by the Nazis and was for many of them their homeland!
    5. V-mir
      V-mir 16 June 2012 15: 50
      +4
      Here is another photo. Right cluster bomb.
      And here is a quote from the Statement of the President of the UN Security Council of August 3, 2007 (I hope this is an authoritative source?)
      "... The Council expresses its deep concern over the presence of unexploded ordnance in southern Lebanon and reiterates its support for the Secretary-General's request to Israel to provide the United Nations with details of its use of cluster munitions in southern Lebanon."
    6. irkut2000
      irkut2000 17 June 2012 20: 24
      +4
      Well done Prokhanov!
      He speaks the truth.
      Therefore, the Zionist mongrel bark at him like mad wink
    7. Don
      Don 18 June 2012 18: 17
      +2
      Quote: Professor
      I "forgot" to tell you where the Christians got to in the once Christian country after its capture by Hezbollah.

      You are the same professor as a ballerina, if you are not aware that in Lebanon almost 40% of the population are Christians.
  • Odessa
    Odessa 16 June 2012 10: 10
    +4
    No matter how many here would not like to hear, but terrorist hezbalons! Yes, and even fascists, so you should not speak about them in a flattering manner, like every gangster, a member of non-human hezbala, even if he is involved in politics.
    http://mywebs.su/blog/army/7842.html
    1. Aleksey67
      Aleksey67 16 June 2012 10: 14
      0
      Quote: Odessa
      No matter how many here would not like to hear

      Esther, there are many adequate people. Why make such calls? smile
      Quote: Odessa
      terrorist hizbalons!

      We know ourselves and multiply the same ones by zero winked
      Quote: Odessa
      , like every gangster, a member of the non-human Hizbullah, even though he is involved in politics.

      It can be seen seriously they got you ... Be softer and softer ... Dam it paints love
      1. Odessa
        Odessa 16 June 2012 14: 18
        +3
        Alexey, not always! laughing nose in the wind, tail with a gun, and thanks for the flower! bully
        1. Aleksey67
          Aleksey67 16 June 2012 14: 29
          0
          OdessaEsther end of the week looks like this

          drinks laughing
          1. Odessa
            Odessa 16 June 2012 14: 41
            +6
            Aleksey67, I don’t have a dog yet!
            1. Aleksey67
              Aleksey67 16 June 2012 14: 45
              0
              Quote: Odessa
              I do not have a dog!

              I have sharpei
    2. Ruslan
      Ruslan 16 June 2012 11: 42
      +9
      Quote: Odessa
      No matter how many here would not like to hear, but terrorist hezbalons! Yes, and even fascists, so you should not speak about them in a flattering manner, like every gangster, a member of non-human hezbala, even if he is involved in politics.
      Khazbola is a product of the Zionist-Fascist policy of Israel in the Middle East, and because of this, Khazbol is an extremist organization. The entire massacre in Syria was organized by the Jews only with the aim of stopping the support of Hazbola and trying to do it with the hands of the Sunnis because the Dzhekhal was badly fucked up in 2006
      1. Odessa
        Odessa 16 June 2012 12: 09
        -2
        Ruslan (5), do you have a persecution mania over Israel? Or, what’s personal? Isn’t it too paranoid if there is a Jewish conspiracy around you ?! You, my friend, don’t joke, with this. He had them, and he will have them, no matter how you resist this!
        1. Ruslan
          Ruslan 16 June 2012 12: 36
          +8
          Quote: Odessa
          sent away (5), do you have a persecution mania over Israel? Or, what’s personal? Is it not far from paranoia if there is a Jewish conspiracy all around? He had them, and he will have them, no matter how you resist this!
          Why is there mania? There are facts how Israel arose and what kind of policies it pursued in the Middle East, and if we compare the Zionist ideology prevailing in Israel with fascism, then there are more similarities than differences. But in this matter I do not connect ordinary Jews with their elite - these are different stories. The policy of Israel is the policy of the elite, but if the tzahal lost in 2006, then foaming should not be necessary to be able to admit defeat. In ancient Sparta, there was a rule - you can’t fight with one and the same people all the time because he learns to fight - in this, too, your mistake now Arabs know how to fight and defeat in 2006 will still seem to you a victory in comparison with your future
          1. Odessa
            Odessa 16 June 2012 12: 43
            -2
            Ruslan (5), Israel arose from the Soviet Union. And if you follow your logic (re-read what you wrote), it turns out that Zionism and fascism came from the union. The set of proposals, and not any specifics. This concludes the discussion with you, all the best !
            1. Ruslan
              Ruslan 16 June 2012 12: 47
              +6
              Quote: Odessa
              your logic (re-read what you wrote), it turns out that Zionism and fascism came from a union
              Do not twist the cause here union You compare the main provisions. Fascism is a chosen nation of Aryans, Zionism is a god-chosen nation, Fashizi is subhuman, Zionism is goyim. I can quote quotes from the Talmud and Shulchan Aruch and Nazis about relations with goyim as humanists compared to this satanic scripture, further fascism is a conquest of living space. other nations, Zionism - Israel from the tiger to the Euphrates - see the flag of Israel and so on in this spirit
              1. Odessa
                Odessa 16 June 2012 13: 16
                -6
                Ruslan (5), please stop writing nonsense to me, so where is the `` ideological father '' of your Hezbollon idols now?
                1. Ruslan
                  Ruslan 16 June 2012 14: 16
                  +6
                  Quote: Odessa
                  Ruslan (5), please stop writing nonsense to me, so where is the `` ideological father '' of your Hezbollon idols now?
                  Extremists can’t be loved. Don’t write stupid things better. Analyze whose actions the Middle East is radicalizing and who is stuffing it with modern weapons and who will later die. Learn to think analytically and write arguments and not grimace - this is not your level
                  1. Odessa
                    Odessa 16 June 2012 16: 22
                    -4
                    Ruslan (5), one more grammatical candidate with an analytical mind-set? You are right, I, unlike you, did not go down to the level of Arab garbage dumps, and grabbed such foreign words (as extremism belay ), I’m not trying to pretend to be a super-expert in the Middle East region.
                    To bummer translate for you from an Arabic video shot by the Hezbalons themselves wassat I will regret your nervous system!
                    1. io_stalin
                      io_stalin 16 June 2012 16: 44
                      +5
                      Odessa girl! Get behind Ruslan.
                      What did Israel give up on you?
                      Who is this Israel, is it a relative of you?

                      Where did you find it?
                      On the 9th, 12th, 13th maybe there is.
                      But on Kotovsky, Slobodka Moldavanka there isn’t for sure drinks
                      1. Odessa
                        Odessa 16 June 2012 17: 07
                        -6
                        io_stalin, this is the number! Who molested your Ruslan, he stuck like a bath sheet to ..., is trying to prove something, probably from Western Ukraine it is more visible than the Middle East lives. bully
                        And beard999, thanks for the information twenty years ago, the woman remembered how she was a girl, she read it with interest, but today, not up to date wassat
                      2. Ruslan
                        Ruslan 16 June 2012 17: 57
                        +1
                        Quote: Odessa
                        the woman remembered how she was a girl-read with interest, but to date, not relevant
                        What a powerful argument intelligent
          2. irkut2000
            irkut2000 17 June 2012 20: 31
            +4
            It’s just that Stalin felt sorry for the burrs, they were so hurt!
            Unfortunately, I did not have time to fix the error ...
      2. beard999
        beard999 16 June 2012 16: 47
        +7
        Quote: Odessa
        about the Hezbollons you adore, the IDF had them, and will have

        Odessan, you are voicing exclusively theses of Israeli propaganda. No more. Nevertheless, I want to remind you that neither the USSR nor the RF Hezbollah was considered and is not considered a terrorist organization. Even at the time of the democratic frenzy of the 90s. and practically following in the wake of US policy, the Yeltsin administration did not accept Hezbollah as a terrorist organization. And by the way, this is the position of most countries in the world. Does not recognize her as terrorist and the UN. In Lebanon, it is a perfectly legitimate political organization that regularly participated in parliamentary elections. And whether you like it or not, Hezbollah’s popularity in Lebanon is growing - in its first parliamentary elections in 1992, it won 12 out of 128 seats, and in the extreme, in 2009 it was already 57.
        At the expense of who and whom "had". You, nevertheless, wishful thinking. You are unlikely to be able to prove that in the July war of 2006 the IDF was able to “fuck” Hezbollah (by the way, in fact, the only force in Lebanon who defended their country, with another attempt at occupation by Israel ...).
        And further. Does your expression “Hezbollahs” mean that you recognize the right of your opponents to the expression “Zahallonah”?
        1. V-mir
          V-mir 16 June 2012 16: 50
          +1
          Totally agree with you!
        2. igor67
          igor67 16 June 2012 23: 51
          +4
          beard999,
          Hezbollah was born of the Islamic Revolution and was created by its Guard Corps officers, who married Lebanese.

          the homeland of hezbola is Iran, and Lebanon, according to the constitution, was a Christian Arab state, but thanks to the hezbola of Christians, less and less
          1. beard999
            beard999 17 June 2012 14: 08
            +5
            Quote: igor67
            the homeland of hezbola is Iran, and Lebanon, according to the constitution, was a Christian Arab state, but thanks to the hezbola of Christians, less and less

            Actually, what article in the Lebanese constitution makes the country “Christian”? The Muslim population in Lebanon has been predominant for a long time. Someone believes that this happened back in the 30s, other sources speak of the 60s. XX century. And Iran has nothing to do with it. Now in Lebanon, about 60% of Muslims and about 37% of Christians. However, the country is still operating the so-called “A national pact”, according to which the country's president is always a Maronite Christian, the prime minister is a Sunni Muslim, the parliamentary speaker is a Shiite Muslim, and Christians and Muslims are equally represented in the government and parliament. So where did you get the idea that Lebanon is precisely the “Christian country”?
            In addition, serious controversy between Christians and Muslims began long before Hezbollah appeared. The first civil war in Lebanon, between Christians and Muslims, took place as far back as 1958, the second one began in 1975. Then, Hezbollah appeared only in 1982. Of course, it was created with the support of the IRGC. But Hezbollah gained popularity in Lebanon and the massive replenishment of its ranks precisely in the wake of anti-Israeli sentiments. It was a response to the Israeli occupation of part of Lebanon in 1982, the IDF blockade of Beirut, the massacres in the Sabre and Chatilla refugee camps of the Christian phalangists who were allies of Israel ... You should not blame everything on Iran. Israel’s policies toward neighboring Arab countries in and of themselves contribute to the great popularity of organizations like Hezbollah.
    3. igor67
      igor67 16 June 2012 23: 47
      +3
      Ruslan,
      Hezbollah was born of the Islamic Revolution and was created by its Guard Corps officers, who married Lebanese.
  • Yarbay
    Yarbay 16 June 2012 12: 13
    0
    I agree that these are terrorists !!
    And their policy is serpentine !!
    but among them there are many deceived by good speakers!
    1. chukapabra
      chukapabra 16 June 2012 19: 15
      0
      Quote: Yarbay

      I agree that these are terrorists

      Today, Hezbollah is Lebanon's main destabilizing factor.
      Lebanon is a multi-confessional country, in general, if you recall the history, Lebanon, when dividing the territories by empires, was specially plucked from Syria. to maintain the dominant position of Christians (Yes, Lebanon was a Christian country), lived in peace and harmony. Until the Palestinians led by Arafat (expelled from Jordan for attempting a coup d'état) appeared in it. Quickly creating an enclave in the state, they first began shelling Israel, and the second unleashed a civil war, lasting until Israel during the first war in Lebanon threw Arafat into Tunisia and the war died out on its own
      In Lebanon, the president can only be a Christian, and the head of parliament is Sunni. Shiites are generally represented by the smallest number of deputies, despite the fact that they are the largest group in Lebanon. But their constitution is built, like that. that the number of seats in parliament and the main posts in the state are assigned in advance to different religious denominations.
      Therefore, there is a known strain. Hezbollah’s military formations are not the Lebanese army, they are illegal armed formations (in Russian), but whoever is strong, he rules, that’s why Christians from Lebanon have shed everything. Hezbollah receives money from Iran, with one condition - the outpost of Shiism in the Sunni Middle East and the creation of tension with Israel - and the loot must be worked out. In Syria, Hezbollah fights for Assad not because of love (some Shiites, second Alawites 0 Just Nasrallah knows (and Iran too) If Assad falls (the Sunnis will simply tear the Shiites and there will be nothing left from Hezbollah), so this is a war of survival.
      1. Yarbay
        Yarbay 16 June 2012 21: 03
        +8
        Alexander!
        Agree to the position that now there is a hand in Israel too!
        Rather, those who rule Israel !!
        1. chukapabra
          chukapabra 16 June 2012 22: 29
          -1
          Quote: Yarbay
          Agree to the position that now there is a hand in Israel too!

          Dear Alibek.
          No one is immune from mistakes and we made quite a few of them. But the situation in Lebanon is absolutely independent of Israel at the moment. We left Lebanon for an internationally recognized border 12 years ago. After that, there was the 2nd Lebanese campaign launched through the fault of Hezbollah, but yes, I’m not even talking about that. 12 years is enough time to restore order and start a peaceful life (if we say all the problems were in Lebanon because of Israel), but nevertheless this not only did not happen, but on the contrary it got worse and worse. 12 years, look at Croatia, stopped fighting and what they did in 12 years, why is it wrong in Lebanon? Take a deeper look at the problem.
          1. Yarbay
            Yarbay 16 June 2012 22: 49
            +4
            Dear Alexander!
            We talk a little about different things!
            I will try to explain my position easier for you !!
            The fact is that when I look and analyze the situation in your country, I understand that there are forces that secretly rule both you and the Palestinians!
            As soon as you manage to agree on something, then something is sure to happen !!
            Or some loner breaks through super-guard and kills your President or some terrorist blows up a bus with schoolchildren!
            About Lebanon!
            Israel will have enough months to close the issue with Hezbollah and political instability in Lebanon!
            Understand Israel is a powerful state that if it wants it will not reckon with international opinion !!
            Given that the country's security is at stake, all the more amazing decisions your government makes!
            I'm not talking about the settlements that are allowed to build on disputed territories, pay huge compensation to the settlers and destroy them!
            with respect!
            1. chukapabra
              chukapabra 17 June 2012 08: 27
              -2
              Quote: Yarbay
              The fact is that when I look and analyze the situation in your country, I understand that there are forces that secretly rule both you and the Palestinians!

              Dear Alibek.
              Very few countries in the world that are able to conduct an absolutely independent policy are superpowers and even they cannot do what they want. What can we say about microscopic countries like Israel and it’s not at all clear what kind of Palestinians are. Of course, we are not independent, of course, a huge number of states have the opportunity to influence our policies and relations in one way or another. Not 100%, but in many ways, of course, we are influenced by the United States and Europe. Palestinians are generally 100% dependent and managed. by external forces, from the states giving them money, to parties and organizations of the Islamic and fundamentalist type. Palestinians, on the one hand, are not a homogeneous people, on the other hand, everyone does what he wants because there is no centralized power and, of course, a state (or similarity) in the normal sense of the word.

              Quote: Yarbay
              As soon as you manage to agree on something, then something is sure to happen !!

              Of course, because extremely strong forces (primarily in the Arab world who do not want this, but among ours there are many who like to fish in troubled waters.

              Quote: Yarbay
              Israel will have enough months to close the issue with Hezbollah and political instability in Lebanon

              I don’t think so. In Lebanon, until the denominations agree with each other, there will be no order. Sunnis are ruled by Saudis and Qatar. Shiites are ruled by Iran. The Druze are, on their own, rushing and supporting who is stronger. Christians are the most unhappy, have lost the country and there is nothing to be done about it. The demographic situation is such that within 20 years there will be no trace of Christians or they will lose all influence.

              Quote: Yarbay
              Understand Israel is a powerful state that if it wants it will not reckon with international opinion !!

              Such a pleasure in the modern world can not afford any country. including super powers

              Quote: Yarbay
              Given that the country's security is at stake, all the more amazing decisions your government makes!
              I'm not talking about the settlements that are allowed to build on disputed territories, pay huge compensation to the settlers and destroy them!
              with respect!

              Settlers are a huge electoral mass. They are allowed to build in places that at any outcome of the peace process will remain under Israeli rule. Non-legal outposts (settlements) are being destroyed. But in Israel there is such a problem as the law, therefore, if you built a house (even if it’s not legal) but lived in it for 7 years, you have the right to this house and you can be evicted only with compensation (by the way, this also applies to land (under Turkish law) , and some of the laws remained with us as an inheritance from the Turkish Empire, as well as from English law.If you planted an olive tree and did not cut it down within 7 years, you gain the right to land. What are the Arabs trying to use well and there is a constant race "Some plant - others cut down. The previous governments to a large extent turned a blind eye to illegal construction, and here is the result - evictions with compensations. It bothers us no less than you."
              1. Yarbay
                Yarbay 17 June 2012 16: 38
                0
                Dear Alexander!
                The Lebanese political system itself is incapable if it does not change, there will never be any order !!
                You know Alexander, when Israel considers it necessary not to reckon with international opinion, but it does not reckon with it!
                Therefore, I say that if the political elite of Israel would like to solve this problem for their state, they would solve it !! It’s just that apparently certain forces are beneficial in this situation and they want to constantly keep the people of Israel in suspense !!
                Maybe I'm wrong, but I am convinced of my opinion !!
                Thanks for the help about settlements!
                Yours!
  • smile
    smile 16 June 2012 14: 03
    0
    Woman from Odessa I agree. They cannot even be called "our sons of bitches". What the hell they are ours. And behind the loud screams of this ..... Nasrallah, God forgive me, I somehow do not see his selfless struggle with militants and weapons. infiltrating Syria from Lebanon ... that's it. threatens ... and in general, I don't like these guys. Well they are the same everywhere - what's there, what's in Libya. what we have, we know where ...
  • irkut2000
    irkut2000 17 June 2012 20: 28
    +3
    The main terrorists in the Middle East are Zionist geeks.
  • Katran
    Katran 16 June 2012 12: 44
    0
    I read the biography of Prokhanov, like a respectable person, but writing such an oalesite to support some radical organization will be more expensive for yourself, today you invest money in them and train their specialists, and tomorrow they are fighting against you the example of Hamas and Iran, Al-Qaeda and USA.
    1. irkut2000
      irkut2000 17 June 2012 20: 34
      +4
      Prokhanov writes everything correctly, if any Zionists do not like the truth, this is their problem.
  • Yarbay
    Yarbay 16 June 2012 12: 49
    +3
    and most importantly, this * hezbollah * for the sake of achieving an idea goes to an alliance with any forces, yes; not contradicting the very idea of ​​the party !!
    1. chukapabra
      chukapabra 16 June 2012 19: 21
      -2
      Quote: Yarbay
      and most importantly, this * hezbollah * for the sake of achieving an idea goes to an alliance with any forces, yes; not contradicting the very idea of ​​the party !!

      Like any prostitute.
      By the way, Dalin Bekaa (Hezbollah’s patrimony) is the world's leading producer of heroin, they feed for these grandmothers (and Iranian ones too).
      I don’t know how this is consistent with Islam, but heroin production in Lebanon
      Lebanon, like Afghanistan, is heavily covered in opium poppy and cannabis plantations. Lebanon’s heroin production is very modest, but the production of hash and marijuana from cannabis (hemp) is high. In addition, the Lebanese cartel imports cocaine salt. This drug is imported from South America through local Shiite communities.

      Both in Afghanistan, where the Taliban seized power over the drug industry, in Lebanon, drug transactions are led by Hezbollah. In the Lebanese version, Hezbollah didn’t even have to establish control, since the mafia families that run the drug cartel are Shiite khamuls (clans), whose members hold high posts in Hezbollah.

      The centers of the drug industry are located among the Shiite population in the Lebanese Valley (Bik'a), where Hezbollah rules. Despite the fact that the population there is constantly increasing, the number of jobs and the standard of living are in an inverse trend. For many residents of this area, the only way to earn money is "employment" in the drug industry. Most of them work hard work on the poppy and cannabis plantations.

      Poppy and hemp are transported from plantations to dozens of laboratories scattered throughout the Lebanese valley, mainly in the area of ​​the town of Baalbek. These laboratories produce heroin, opium, hashish and marijuana. The production uses materials supplied to Lebanon from Pakistan and Turkey via Iran and Syria. The proceeds from the drug industry in Lebanon are estimated at $ 1 billion, with Hezbollah receiving the bulk.
      1. Yarbay
        Yarbay 16 June 2012 21: 06
        +2
        I agree with you on this Alexander !!
        They have a lot of competent learned theologians, but many of them are engaged in obscure fooling people !!
        The drug is definitely haram, but we get bundles of Iranians carrying drugs at the border !!
        From time to time, a couple of large drug dealers are broadcasting for the sake of clowning, but I myself have seen they have places where they use underground drugs!
        Generally a lot of lycimeria!
        1. Ataturk
          Ataturk 16 June 2012 21: 22
          +4
          Dear friend, there are not bundles but trucks. Alas, in this matter everything is in the matter, both ours and the Persians and Russia and the Pen-dos.

          A relative works at customs. He said that the wagons were not checked. There is simply extermination of humanity in all possible ways.

          Not quality food. war. dope and so on.

          Where is the USSR aaa? Where is this iron curtain. Where is this KGB?
          Where did the people go?
          1. Yarbay
            Yarbay 16 June 2012 21: 29
            +4
            Brother and not only trucks !!
            There are many points there !!
            Our special services have nothing to do with it !!
            They come up with such things in the hair would stand on end !!
  • wolverine7778
    wolverine7778 16 June 2012 13: 31
    0
    It’s not a fact that in the case of Assad’s fall, Lebanon will also fall, and then Nasrallah will probably either be arrested or deported to Iran winked
  • Tourist Breakfast
    Tourist Breakfast 16 June 2012 13: 55
    -2
    In the photo is the person who in the middle is somehow strangely holding an automaton. It seems that he put the store on the side, and not inserted it inside.
  • vostok-47
    vostok-47 16 June 2012 14: 28
    0
    An interesting surname Na_sralla, didn’t this alert anyone?
  • korvin1976
    korvin1976 16 June 2012 14: 40
    +10
    The most terrible and largest terrorist organization is the United States and NATO. Their actions are absolutely no different from the actions of all "terrorists": Al-Qaeda, Hazbols and others. Just think about it. Now there is a competition between terrorist organizations for spheres of influence. All actions of amers are the essence of terrorism. Financing of small opposition terrorists, bombings, seizures and more. All the same, only the scope is slightly larger. It's like in our country, stole a bag of potatoes, a thief go to jail. Stole a billion, practically a hero. So it is here. Someone less is an ardent terrorist, and someone who has a little more strength is already an implementer and liberator of crap.
  • Van
    Van 16 June 2012 14: 42
    +5
    Well, I don’t know about hezbola, but I know for sure that any popularly elected government or liberation army, no matter how good it is, if necessary, with the light hand of the Western Means of Mass Hysteria turn into terrorists and dictators, well, and then by the pattern . fellow
    1. V-mir
      V-mir 16 June 2012 16: 07
      +2
      And you can add: - Now in the concept of NATO and the United States - Terrorists (Hezbollah) - this is the local population, united to fight with the invaders. Moreover, in his own state, on his own land! Unless, of course, assume that Lebanon is the territory of Israel ....
      1. chukapabra
        chukapabra 16 June 2012 19: 25
        0
        Quote: V-mir
        Terrorists (Hezbollah) - this is the local population, united to fight with the invaders.

        Hezbollah is not the local population, it is Shia Muslims, Sunni Muslims, Christians and Druze, they never participated in wars and did not provide support to Hezbollah.
        In general, Lebanon, only purely nominally can be considered a state. There is no power there, everyone does what he wants - Such a wild Middle East - in our understanding.
        1. V-mir
          V-mir 16 June 2012 19: 42
          -3
          I recognize Chukapabra! according to negative estimates in my comments ... Zionist fighter!
          By the way, in one of our dialogs, you taught me the Russian language and the correct spelling of the word in Russian Hezbollah. Please, now everyone on this site spend an elective, and then here, except for you, it seems, there are no Russian literate!

          to that nonsense ... that you write I will answer - Read the UN materials on the Palestinian question. At that time, the UN had and had many questions for Israel ...
          Whoever wants the truth about Lebanon can go there calmly. Thanks to Hezbollah, visas and border payments have now been canceled for the Russians. From Sheremetyevo there Aeroflot direct flight price 15 thousand rubles There and back again.
          1. Yarbay
            Yarbay 16 June 2012 20: 55
            +1
            In fact, it is more correct than Hizbullah !!
          2. chukapabra
            chukapabra 17 June 2012 08: 31
            +1
            Quote: V-mir
            Read the UN materials on the Palestinian question. At that time, the UN had and had many questions for Israel ...

            Put the UN in one place. There is no more divorced from reality and politicized organization. By the way, if you support the United Nations in this way, then what questions are there regarding Libya, all with the permission of the UN.
            1. irkut2000
              irkut2000 17 June 2012 20: 37
              +2
              Already the UN against the Zionofashists :))
  • Rascopov
    Rascopov 16 June 2012 16: 06
    +1
    All of them are cool so far the matter concerns single acts, and as it comes to the war - in the knees are rather weak. Remember the war in Egypt, who was there!
  • khoma nickson
    khoma nickson 16 June 2012 16: 30
    0
    In Vertinsky's memoirs about his concerts in Palestine, the situation of the 20s is described, when there was still no Israel, but the resettlement of Jews to their historical homeland had already begun. Immigrants - mostly from Russia - bought land plots from local Arabs, set up a farm there, began to prosper, and the former owners quickly drank the money they got (although Muslims) and then sat on the floor and complained about the damned invaders. When Israel withdrew from Gaza and the jobs on the settlement farms were laid, the Arabs were rightly indignant - and where now to earn a living. Just like our peyzans after 1917, the village bgateis and landowners were trampled, the estates were burned and dirtied, they received land "for the eaters" and in less than five years everything returned to normal - the rural rich and rural poverty. The father of the peoples had to introduce state serfdom in Russia liberated from the landowners. "The whole world shuddered and asked itself the question: does this people have the right and ability to historical existence."
    Prokhanov touches with his pretentiousness and pompous pretentious syllable, as well as praising everything that the West is not on a woolly coat, but it means great happiness for us. And if we have our own Hezbollah, the Caucasus was also not annexed peacefully, Russians in Bashkiria were slaughtered in Pugachevshchina for nothing as occupiers, Kazan even when it dreamed of becoming the capital of Eurasia - and how about Kassams in Moscow? Why do we rejoice, whom do we sing in opposition to the accursed West? At the same time, we are stuck in the Internet created by the Americans on a PC with their microprocessors, chatting on mobile phones and a text message helmet, in sports bars we suck beer and chips, again not of Russian origin, in the military-industrial complex and on the Superjet most of the equipment is the West and Japan, foreign cars all the roads were flooded, there were not enough grubs of our 70 years, and now we are not only importing kiwi, in the Chinese import of the Chinese only labor is capital, technologies, components are all from the same West, all household appliances are of the same origin. Well, let's "close" America, the damned West, "stand with our backs to the Varangians, turn our faces to the obdor," as A.K. Tolstoy sarcastically and we will enjoy our own purely homegrown poverty and backwardness - there is so much oil, gas and metal for such China will not buy prices, they do not have much food, cars are worse than European, American and Japanese, there is no advanced equipment. Like the Bourbons, they understood nothing, and learned nothing. There were the PLO, Somalia, Ethiopia, Angola, Cuba, North Korea, Iraq, Libya, Algeria, Egypt, Nicaragua, Afghanistan, Biome, Indonesia, China, and half of Africa tropical in our friends and allies, if only to spoil the West and complicate life, they sucked from us under this flag resources for three USSR - and where is all this. Friends, their debts, the USSR. Now we will butt for the DPRK, Syria, Hezbollah and Iranian brothers, forgetting about Griboyedov, parades on the Soviet flag and "little Satan." For the sake of such an acquisition, you can quarrel with the West and the Arab world - perish yourself, and help your comrade. And for me it would be healthy isolationism, God save me from such friends and not a penny on the side under any sauce!
    1. hrych
      hrych 16 June 2012 21: 19
      +6
      Why is it that the Russians are screwed up here, Japanese household goods are good, but they can't make an aircraft engine, "Protons", "Soyuz" fly, that you are not high technologies, there is nothing to grind about the backwardness of our science and technology on this site, here is information about such technology that Japan never dreamed of. Superjet is commerce, nothing more. American "Atlases" on our RD-180 fly, the poor have to buy, they cannot make their own. The classics here, what to drag, they are all anti-Semites and Russophiles, unlike you liberals.
      1. khoma nickson
        khoma nickson 17 June 2012 11: 46
        +1
        Who would argue about our breakthrough technologies and piece, "slipway" production - Energomash is 15 years ahead of the whole world with the old engines sold to the States, and 30 - with the newest, Novosibirsk sells lasers for 140 million dollars. per year, cameras in the London subway that spotted terrorists, our production, Yandex and Mail.ru are quite at the level, and even grain began to be exported, there are developments above the world level, all our former Nobel Prizes are grabbing, and Mendeleev, Butlerov, Yablochkov, Popov , Pavlov, Mechnikov, Sechenov, Mechnikov, Michurin, Sikorsky, Zvorykin, Basov, Prokhorov (not Misha), Landau, Kantorovich are by no means Japanese or Americans with nets. Serial production is not very good, although industrial assembly has gone - cars, consumer electronics, and something else. There is no need to smear the Russians, but to puff out your cheeks and into pride - it is no less dangerous to fall into the demon stronghold. "Russia demands from us sober, sighted love."
        1. hrych
          hrych 17 June 2012 19: 41
          +2
          That's agreed drinks
  • Professor
    Professor 16 June 2012 16: 41
    -3
    Here are a couple more photos of the "Party of God"



    1. Yarbay
      Yarbay 16 June 2012 17: 40
      +6
      and what do you want to show us in the photos ??
    2. URS7
      URS7 17 June 2012 18: 53
      -4
      Sick people are Shiites!
  • AK-74-1
    AK-74-1 16 June 2012 18: 04
    +2
    An interesting article for a long time I have not seen anything like it. For some reason, there is no analytics on Hezbollah.
  • Ruslan
    Ruslan 16 June 2012 18: 06
    0
    Here is an interesting site with video information on Syria. Look and compare what the Jewish BBC and CNN show.
    http://anna-news.info/
  • V-mir
    V-mir 16 June 2012 18: 12
    0
    And here is the official site - the Syrian Arab News Agency: http://www.sana.sy/index_rus.html
    Also objective information about Syria, in comparison with the "fairy tales" of the BBC, CNN and the like, including some Russian ...
    1. chukapabra
      chukapabra 16 June 2012 19: 31
      -4
      Quote: V-mir
      And here is the official site - the Syrian Arab News Agency: http://www.sana.sy/index_rus.html
      Also objective information about Syria, in comparison with the "fairy tales" of the BBC, CNN and the like, including some Russian ...

      Do not talk about objectivity, if at least you were not there. He knows the objective info, only the one who was there and then if he tells himself.
      Objectivity on your part (like many others) is news that you like and correspond to your thoughts and desires. Objectivity over 3000 km is a very unreliable thing.
      One and the same fact can be illuminated from any side. Convenient government, correspondent, etc.
      Therefore, we are unlikely to find out the truth until we see a single fact (fact and news are different things) or Assad will be thrown off or the uprising will die out.
      1. V-mir
        V-mir 16 June 2012 19: 53
        +2
        Objectivity over 3000 km - a very unreliable thing
        Are you talking about yourself, chukapabra?
        As for me, we have work in that region and I periodically visit it. And you have to communicate with different people.
        But I agree with you that everyone sees objectivity in his own way and everyone has his own truth. This is a human right.
      2. irkut2000
        irkut2000 17 June 2012 20: 40
        +3
        Well, the Zionist geeks have no concept of "objectivity" at all am
  • Ataturk
    Ataturk 16 June 2012 20: 10
    +4
    I do not really respect the terrorists and to be honest, if I may leave my point of view as well.

    The fact that the Russians themselves have repeatedly become the target of terrorist attacks by their "Islamic brothers" does not interfere with such fervent friendship between Russian officials and their Islamic brothers.

    So, in 1985, Hezbollah abducted three Russian diplomats in Lebanon, and the head of security and intelligence of Hezbollah Imad Mugniya, nicknamed "Hyena", tortured and then personally shot the Russian diplomat Arkady Katkov.

    For many years, Russia has provided diplomatic cover for Hezbollah and is the main supplier of weapons for them.

    The fact that Hezbollah has Russian weapons received from Syria has been known since at least November 2005, when militants tried to attack the village of Rajar in order to abduct Israeli soldiers. Then the militants fired several Russian-made RPG-29 missiles at the IDF armored personnel carriers.

    Then the head of the IDF military intelligence, General A. Zeevi-Farkash, said in an interview with the Yediot Ahronot newspaper that the Hezbollah terrorist organization was shelling Israel with "Russian-made missiles." According to General Zeevi-Farkash, "these missiles have been purchased by the Syrians in recent years and handed over to Hezbollah." General Zeevi-Farkash clarified that these were RPG-29 grenade launchers.

    In 2006, Jerusalem provided Moscow with irrefutable evidence that Hezbollah fighters are armed with Russian-made missiles. Then Israel presented photographs of the missiles, as well as documents proving that the shells were made in Russia and acquired by the Syrian army. According to international arms sales laws, Syria had to obtain consent from Russia if it wanted to transfer missiles to a third party.

    Former Lebanese Minister of Ecology Viam Wahhab said on ANB TV that the Hezbollah terrorist organization received modern Russian-made weapons from Syria.
    "As for Hezbollah, Said Hasan Nasrallah said that somehow he ran out of Russian Kornet missiles. And he turned to the Syrians, who sent him a batch of Kornets. This is the first time I'm talking about this, "Wahhab said in a program broadcast on May 8, 2011.

    Recall that Jerusalem has repeatedly warned the Russian government that weapons sold to states such as Syria or Iran are falling into the hands of terrorists, including Hamas and Hezbollah militants.


    And then comrades, we wonder why Israel supplies weapons to Georgia, to Chechen fighters, and so on.

    I believe that if the Israelis kill Palestinian children and we condemn this, then who and what are those who sell bombs and missiles to Hezbaleh and Hamas so that they kill Israeli children? To me personally it’s violet on both of them, but the fact remains that people are dying from two sides.

    For some reason, I am surprised when the whole world forces my country to conduct a peaceful dialogue, without wars, while these same countries never conduct dialogue, they only kill.

    I condemn the violence. We are people and not animals. Where did diplomacy go? Although I will say, despite the fact that I am a Muslim, I do not respect those Muslims who, with a martyr’s belt, blow themselves up among people where innocent people die.

    For me, every kid is a killer, CRIMINAL !!!!





    1. Yarbay
      Yarbay 16 June 2012 20: 58
      +4
      *** As for Hezbollah, Said Hasan Nasrallah said that somehow he ran out of Russian Kornet missiles. And he turned to the Syrians, who sent him a batch of "Cornets. This is the first time I talk about this," Wahhab said in a program broadcast on May 8, 2011 .. ** - I honestly don't understand, but where did they put their cornets ??? ??? did not seem to destroy the Israeli tanks !! ??
    2. Kamilla
      Kamilla 16 June 2012 21: 31
      +4
      Quote: Ataturk
      Although I will say, despite the fact that I am a Muslim, I do not respect those Muslims who, with a martyr’s belt, blow themselves up among people where innocent people die.


      I don’t just do not respect them ... I hate them! these are not Muslims, they dishonor religion, and the entire Islamic world .. they need a tough fight, until they are completely destroyed !!
      1. chukapabra
        chukapabra 18 June 2012 06: 25
        -1
        quote = Kamilla] I do not just respect them ... I hate them! these are not Muslims [/ quote]
        such problems existed and exist in any religion. Often, appeals to extreme views, war and the superiority of some over others have quite practical goals - preserving the stock (in the sense of followers), which is power and money. Many wars (having a religious foundation) only arose to prevent people from expressing their opinions, but simply subordinate them because the crowd is easier to manage. Fear of religious leaders to solve the vital issues of believers often leads to the imposition of various taboos and the translation of the currents of faith into more extreme and conservative forms.
        Although the basis of all that is not to lose influence on people.
        The call to war and the search for enemies is the easiest way to explain to the crowd that all the problems are not because of the leaders themselves, but because of an imaginary external enemy.
        I look at our (not all, but many) religious authorities and see in them the insane people absolutely divorced from the world and reality, who think that they continue to live like that on the 18-19th century. Not wanting either the development of society, but only maintaining their influence. Thank God that we have a democratic society and their influence is rather limited. But in countries where democratic institutions are not developed, we see what we see. Religion from a tolerant institution (due to call for love, equality, tolerance) is gradually turning into an instrument for achieving political goals and the ambitions of individuals.
        Wars and conflicts with a religious background are conflicts for hundreds of years and often simply cannot be resolved, because when religion enters into negotiations, logic dies.
        It is unfortunate that now Islam (in some countries), as the youngest monotheistic religion (and therefore the most aggressive (Judaism and Christianity did not escape the same way)). Despite the 21st century, it behaves as if it were at 17 and calls for holy wars. I understand that there are many religious authorities, I want to stand out, they have children who by right of succession, they also want to tear off part of the Pavstava and live no worse than their fathers, therefore these extreme groups and movements arise, and it is easiest to gain authority with a gun in hand - It has always been so.
        Therefore, in the near future, until the stage of stabilization in Islam begins and it occupies its own niche in the world, all this will continue.
        The only inhibitory factor in the spread of aggressive forms of Islam (in Islam as a religion I do not see any problem) is the position (unambiguous) of developed countries. The policy of flirting with them, to solve fleeting and momentary personal tasks, only leads to the strengthening of the latter. Many do not think that gin can break out of the bottle and then it will be too late.
  • Van
    Van 16 June 2012 21: 03
    +2
    Quote: Ataturk
    And then comrades, we wonder why Israel supplies weapons to Georgia, to Chechen fighters, and so on.

    I believe that if the Israelis kill Palestinian children and we condemn this, then who and what are those who sell bombs and missiles to Hezbaleh and Hamas so that they kill Israeli children? To me personally it’s violet on both of them, but the fact remains that people are dying from two sides.


    The truth is somewhere nearby +

    The main thing to remember, Scary are not those who fight for money, but those who fight for the idea.
  • V-mir
    V-mir 17 June 2012 14: 10
    +1
    Look, I created not a healthy opposition against myself. Even where I write that I agree with the above comment, I have more "minuses" than the comment itself!
    But the biggest negative rating triggered my comment:
    to find out how Lebanon now lives, you need to go there. Indeed, you can’t imagine any worse advice.
    It’s probably stupid of me to make any other judgments and comments ...
    But to please Jewish cell and to increase my "rating" I specifically repeat:
    Please come to Lebanon! Welcome!

    And here's another - please rate.
    Knowledge of Arabic or English is desirable
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8X9Tq0kyXtQ&list=PLA1C9E7176AE18BB4&feature=view_
    ALL
    Think Hollywood is Behind It
    1. V-mir
      V-mir 19 June 2012 23: 47
      +1
      And you realized that everything that is shown in this film was done by Israel and Lebanon in 1 month of war! Who managed to evacuate, and who did not - remained decayed in these ruins!
  • Messerschmitt
    Messerschmitt 17 June 2012 14: 14
    +1
    Actually, terrorists, no matter what clothes they wear, remain terrorists. All issues must be resolved peacefully!
  • Myth
    Myth 17 June 2012 16: 00
    -4
    If Prokhanov is this toad, he is so worried about the future sharing of the ball, so let him now open a grave for himself with a full profile and live and pray in it, bitch offal. Thank you for the article Oleg, well, about inexhaustibility, do you know yes?
    1. irkut2000
      irkut2000 17 June 2012 20: 42
      +2
      Ek Prokhanov flew away!
      Already squealing, sickly tongue
  • passmel32
    passmel32 17 June 2012 16: 11
    -1
    Did you see it? what is done with the country?
    Imagine, they made the project a national data search http://ydn.ru/fpoisk
    Here any information about each of us. As I found myself here, I was simply stunned, and the main thing is accessible to everyone.
    Addresses, phone numbers, my correspondence in the social. networks, even photos.
    You can delete the information, which is very good - you go through authorization, find it for yourself and delete it.
    And then there is nobody who is looking for ...
    1. Yarbay
      Yarbay 17 June 2012 16: 29
      +2
      guys do not follow the link, he writes not the first time !!!
      Surely the virus is there !!
  • walter_rus
    walter_rus 18 June 2012 02: 17
    0
    Understand the Arab-Israeli conflict, who are the light forces, and who are the forces of darkness - how to find out if there was a chicken or an egg before. They won’t say thank you for participating in such conflicts on someone’s side of Russia (but each side would like to use us for its own purposes). During my studies, I found teachers who were participants in the Arab-Israeli wars - military advisers, but actually fought for our Arab brothers, who could not do anything without us. And now, these brothers, probably in gratitude for the help, are sending terrorists to us.
  • Sanches
    Sanches 18 June 2012 16: 18
    +1
    maybe the Arabs simply do not want the Jews to repeat what is described in the Old Testament, and Hezbollah is one of the means to escape from complete destruction?