Nasrallah & Ben-Gurion

‘Hear me well. You all know that Ben-Gurion was the founder of the Zionist state in occupied Palestine. Therefore, he knew better than others the points of strength and weakness of this entity and the equations that protect or destroy it. Listen to what Ben-Gurion said. Had the Arab leaders heeded what he said, this conflict would have ended long ago.’

‘Brothers and sisters, today time is tight, and rain is falling, and our beloved ones are waiting. This is not the time to be fair to Al-Hajj Imad now. We will do some of our duty in the coming days, but I would like to stress a few points in front of the leader martyr and his chaste body and in front of you and the world, which is waiting for Hezbollah’s position.

First, they, that is, the Zionists, consider the martyrdom of Al-Hajj Imad a great achievement, while we consider it great news, signaling the upcoming decisive and final victory, God willing. Let us go back a little in memory. This is what happened to Sheikh Ragheb. They killed him, but the resistance escalated and Israel got out of the capital, the mountain area, the western Bekaa, and most of the South, except for the occupied border strip. It did so as a result of his pure blood and the proud resistance, and not the international resolutions or international intervention, which has always supported the Zionists.

This, too, was the case with leader martyr Al-Sayyed Abbas al-Moussawi. They killed him, imagining that by killing him the resistance would collapse. Resistance escalated and took an upward turn. A few years later, that is, in 2000, they left defeated and humiliated as a result of his blood and resistance, which carried the name and banner of Abbas al-Moussawi, and not as a result of the international resolutions or international community. Today, they killed brother leader Al-Hajj Imad Mugniyah, thinking that by killing him, the resistance would collapse. They killed him against the backdrop of the July War, which, brothers and sisters, is still ongoing. Until this moment, no ceasefire has been announced. It is continuing on the political, media, financial and security levels, and it is supported by the same countries that supported the July War. He was killed against the backdrop of this war, but they are completely mistaken in the same way as they were mistaken when they killed Sheikh Ragheb and Al-Sayyed Abbas.

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Hear me well. You all know that Ben-Gurion was the founder of the Zionist state in occupied Palestine. Therefore, he knew better than others the points of strength and weakness of this entity and the equations that protect or destroy it. Listen to what Ben-Gurion said. Had the Arab leaders heeded what he said, this conflict would have ended long ago.

Ben-Gurion said Israel would collapse. He did not say it would get out of the South or from the Golan, Sinai or the West Bank. No, he said Israel, which is an artificial entity, would collapse after losing the first war. He said Israel would collapse after losing the first war. Israel waged war in July 2006. Some Zionists called it the sixth war, as became known to the world, but high-ranking strategic commanders in Israel called it the first war. All the right and left wings and all extremists in Israel – because there are no moderates – were unanimous in saying that Israel lost the war. The Winograd Report, which was softened and made appropriate to keep what is left of Israel, could not conceal the bitterness of the fact that said hundreds of times the words “serious failure,” “great failure,” “inability” and “weakness on the level of the political and military leaderships and the Israeli army.” Did the Winograd Report not say this? It was not Imad Mugniyah who said this. It was said by a judge appointed by Olmert. He told part of the truth in order to alert Israel to its fate.

The question, o brothers and sisters, is why they have failed and lost the July War, although, as he said, they have the strongest army in the Middle East. They also have more advanced equipment and technology than any other. This is simply because they faced in Lebanon over the 33-day war a serious, honest and valiant resistance and because Imad Mugniyah was fighting them during the July War in Lebanon, along with his brothers and students.’

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