Fascist Islam…”chop off the hand that dared to accuse or detain members of the ‘Hizballah gendarmerie.'”

The situation in southern Lebanon is heading without any question towards war, and the implications of this war on Israel, on all Arab countries, and much wider will be enormous

It beats me how any journalist who is worthy of the name of being a journalist could be silent on these facts (and they are facts) as expressed by Debkafile:

We repeat, these facts are going to result in war, in which massive rocketry will be launched at all of Israel, because Hizballah has now got the weapons.

This in turn has got to lead to massive attacks by Israel on Lebanon in order to try to defend its people from those initial attacks and threats. So why the silence on the part of those who might call themselves “journalists”?

In Ireland there is total silence on these threats to war by so many journalists.

The noted journalist Mark Humphrys wrote on his blog in 2008:

In the conflict between the secular liberal democracy of Israel and its reactionary religious totalitarian enemies Hamas, Fatah, Hezbollah, Syria and Iran, the western left, for some reason, has sided with the religious totalitarians.

The Irish left follows the rest of the western left in this bizarre prejudice, which seems to be based on western self-loathing rather than on logic and standing with people like us.


Hezbollah flag openly displayed at IPSC march, Dublin, Apr 2008. From here.
Attending this demo which contained open support for Islamist terror were David Norris, Michael D. Higgins, Eamonn McCann and Mary Lou McDonald (of SF-IRA).
Do they not notice this kind of thing? Do they not know what the Hezbollah flag looks like?

It is from “The Irish Left and Israel” and it is on http://markhumphrys.com/irish.left.israel.html

In the above Mark Humphreys refers to the way that these Irish politicians are driven by ideology. They are not in the slightest interested in finding out WHAT IS HAPPENING, but are looking all the time to find “facts2 to fit their pro Palestinian narrative.

Hence, it must seem to people like Humphreys, that they are swimming in a sea of lies around this “Palestinian” issue

The Irish are well and truly entangled in this Palestinian Arab narrative. Most are not actively seeking facts, but are seeking bits of “information” that will confirm their narrative of that situation.

Anything that would contradict that narrative will be immediately suspect. This method has its roots in antisemitism, specifically in aspects of the protocols of Zion antisemitic myth, which is the fable that the Jews control everything, including the news, so the reticence to take up the real news, such as the daily developments in Lebanon, until it all will explode in war, then there will in Ireland be a major explosion of antisemitic Israel hatred once again, but on an ascending level, because each fit outburst builds on the last.

The Debkafile report follows:

Hizballah’s Hassan Nasrallah has quietly placed Hashim Safi Al-Din, his cousin and heir apparent, in command of southern Lebanon and its border with Israel, further upgrading Iran-backed preparations for an armed clash, debkafile’s exclusive military sources report. This week, Safi Al-din was recalled from his post in Tehran as head of Hizballah’s Liaison Office and immediately assumed the reins from Sheikh Nabil Quouk, the 2006 War commander.

Our intelligence sources say this appointment is the most ominous sign to date of the seriousness Iran and Hizballah attach to their plans for an early war with Israel. Three further developments point in this direction:

1. Tehran, Damascus and Nasrallah are tensely watching the clock ticking for the UN Special Tribunal on Lebanon – STL to deliver indictments against top Hizballah officials before the end of this year or early January. Hizballah has threatened to block their extradition by seizing Lebanon’s government and strategic centers.

This action that could quickly ignite the inflammable Lebanese-Israeli border, an interconnection Hizballah’s leader eagerly embraced in his latest speech of Thursday, Nov. 11.
Shouting at the top of his voice, Nasrallah threatened to “chop off the hand that dared to accuse or detain members of the ‘Hizballah gendarmerie.'” He went on to yell: “We await the day the indictments will be released.” And in the same breath ranted, “We are ready for any Israeli war on Lebanon and will again be victorious, Inshallah. Whoever thinks that threatening us with another Israel war will scare us is mistaken. On the contrary, whoever speaks of another war is bearing good news not threatening us.”

2.  Tehran views the newly appointed South Lebanon commander, Hashim Safi Al-Din, is its most stalwart partisan in the Lebanese Shiite Hizballah leadership since Imad Moughnieh passed away two years ago in an exploding car in Damascus. Safi Al-Din is therefore trusted most of all Hizballah’s leaders to do as he is told by Iran in a direct confrontation with Israel.
Iran did not get this sort of obedience in the 2006 War: Nasrallah went his own way regardless of strategic and military instructions from Tehran. For instance, he ordered Israeli towns and villages blasted by his rockets at the rate of 500 a day whereas Iranian experts wanted the rocket fire concentrated on the Israeli troops driving into Lebanon. To appease his Iranian sponsors, Nasrallah then appointed Mughniyeh war commander in the middle of combat.
But Tehran is taking no chances of any more insubordination from its proxy. Nasrallah will be kept in line by Iran’s obedient loyalist in the key command position in South Lebanon and Iran will stay in control of a future confrontation with Israel from the word go.

3.  At the same time, the appointment of his cousin confirms Hassan Nasrallah as the Hizballah strongman capable of bringing to fruition the ambition Tehran and Damascus cherish of establishing their man in Beirut as boss of Lebanon.

Hashim Safi Al-Din also enjoys Nasrallah trust. They also look remarkably alike. debkafile revealed in an exclusive report in 2007 that Nasrallah was using his cousin as his look-alike to throw would-be assassins off the scent. Their resemblance was close enough even to fool fellow members of Hizballah.

With Safi Al-Din’s appointment to the South Lebanese command, Tehran has deployed a troika for running the next war with Israel on its behalf: Nasrallah, his cousin and their direct controller, Iran’s own Al Qods Brigades officer Gen. Hossein Mahadavi.

In the conflict between the secular liberal democracy of Israel and its reactionary religious totalitarian enemies Hamas, Fatah, Hezbollah, Syria and Iran, the western left, for some reason, has sided with the religious totalitarians.

The Irish left follows the rest of the western left in this bizarre prejudice, which seems to be based on western self-loathing rather than on logic and standing with people like us.


Hezbollah flag openly displayed at IPSC march, Dublin, Apr 2008. From here.
Attending this demo which contained open support for Islamist terror were David Norris, Michael D. Higgins, Eamonn McCann and Mary Lou McDonald (of SF-IRA).

Do they not notice this kind of thing? Do they not know what the Hezbollah flag looks like?

http://markhumphrys.com/irish.left.israel.html

Humphrys in the above is concerned at the almost total and blanket support for Hizballah and Hamas in Ireland. This is at least in part the result of the Irish Media, and Irish Journalists, many members of the NUJ, to refuse to give the public the facts.

As in this Debkafile report:

Hizballah’s Hassan Nasrallah has quietly placed Hashim Safi Al-Din, his cousin and heir apparent, in command of southern Lebanon and its border with Israel, further upgrading Iran-backed preparations for an armed clash, debkafile’s exclusive military sources report. This week, Safi Al-din was recalled from his post in Tehran as head of Hizballah’s Liaison Office and immediately assumed the reins from Sheikh Nabil Quouk, the 2006 War commander.

Our intelligence sources say this appointment is the most ominous sign to date of the seriousness Iran and Hizballah attach to their plans for an early war with Israel. Three further developments point in this direction:

1. Tehran, Damascus and Nasrallah are tensely watching the clock ticking for the UN Special Tribunal on Lebanon – STL to deliver indictments against top Hizballah officials before the end of this year or early January. Hizballah has threatened to block their extradition by seizing Lebanon’s government and strategic centers.

This action that could quickly ignite the inflammable Lebanese-Israeli border, an interconnection Hizballah’s leader eagerly embraced in his latest speech of Thursday, Nov. 11.
Shouting at the top of his voice, Nasrallah threatened to “chop off the hand that dared to accuse or detain members of the ‘Hizballah gendarmerie.'” He went on to yell: “We await the day the indictments will be released.” And in the same breath ranted, “We are ready for any Israeli war on Lebanon and will again be victorious, Inshallah. Whoever thinks that threatening us with another Israel war will scare us is mistaken. On the contrary, whoever speaks of another war is bearing good news not threatening us.”

2.  Tehran views the newly appointed South Lebanon commander, Hashim Safi Al-Din, is its most stalwart partisan in the Lebanese Shiite Hizballah leadership since Imad Moughnieh passed away two years ago in an exploding car in Damascus. Safi Al-Din is therefore trusted most of all Hizballah’s leaders to do as he is told by Iran in a direct confrontation with Israel.
Iran did not get this sort of obedience in the 2006 War: Nasrallah went his own way regardless of strategic and military instructions from Tehran. For instance, he ordered Israeli towns and villages blasted by his rockets at the rate of 500 a day whereas Iranian experts wanted the rocket fire concentrated on the Israeli troops driving into Lebanon. To appease his Iranian sponsors, Nasrallah then appointed Mughniyeh war commander in the middle of combat.
But Tehran is taking no chances of any more insubordination from its proxy. Nasrallah will be kept in line by Iran’s obedient loyalist in the key command position in South Lebanon and Iran will stay in control of a future confrontation with Israel from the word go.

3.  At the same time, the appointment of his cousin confirms Hassan Nasrallah as the Hizballah strongman capable of bringing to fruition the ambition Tehran and Damascus cherish of establishing their man in Beirut as boss of Lebanon.

Hashim Safi Al-Din also enjoys Nasrallah trust. They also look remarkably alike. debkafile revealed in an exclusive report in 2007 that Nasrallah was using his cousin as his look-alike to throw would-be assassins off the scent. Their resemblance was close enough even to fool fellow members of Hizballah.

With Safi Al-Din’s appointment to the South Lebanese command, Tehran has deployed a troika for running the next war with Israel on its behalf: Nasrallah, his cousin and their direct controller, Iran’s own Al Qods Brigades officer Gen. Hossein Mahadavi.

http://www.debka.com/article/9144/

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