Minggu, 26 Mei 2013

Broke Egg at Qusair: Role of Hezbollah in Syria

Assad with the Syrian Arab Army

The problem is simple, quite simple: if the supporters of Syrian terrorists are able to do more than they have done so far, then surely they have done it in the days that have passed. But, as the saying goes, all strength has its limits. And now it's the turn of the Syrian terrorist supporting block which is hit by the thick wall. They shouted the threat that loudly echoed these days more like the groaning of the rat's death than the latent thing.

In Lebanon, for example, the political block supporting terrorists has taken an aggressive initiative to support acts of terrorism with massive human and logistical resources since the first days of the political crisis in Syria. A number of Lebanese national mass media have from the start announced war on Bashar Assad's regime. The same media then began to predict that Assad's reign would end in two or three months.

No more. Then the commentators in the shows indulged in threats and gloomy predictions of the Iran-Syria-Hezbollah axis after the fall of Assad.


From then on, the pro-Syrian terrorist media continued to brainwash the world public with propaganda which, like a spear with a second address, attacked Hezbollah in the hope that the insurgents would be gripped and shivered with fear.

His beats grew in the midst of the eviction, kidnapping, massacre, and burning of the homes of Shiite sympathizers of Hezbollah who lived in the Syrian-Lebanese border region, precisely in the Qusair region.

On various occasions, the Secretary General of Hizbullah, Sayyid Hasan Nashrallah, invited all warring parties to resolve the conflict in Syria through negotiations and political compromises.

With careful consideration, he argued that there was no military solution to the political crisis in Syria. However, apparently, this wise invitation was wrongly responded to by takfiri terrorists and their supporters in the region (Arab and Turkey) and the West (US, Israel and Europe). They thought the peace invitation was a sign of weakness and an expression of defeat.


Therefore, over time, the Qusair region bordering Bekaa and Hermel, which is inhabited by a majority of Shiites, was used as the military headquarters of Jabhat An-Nusra. Not only that, every day this takfiri group constantly provokes Shiite residents in border cities with various utterances of hatred and acts of terror. Every week one two mortar rounds are fired by a terrorist network into one of the cities in the Bekaa region that houses thousands of Shiite refugees who have been expelled from Qusair.


After repeated provocations, Sayyid Nashrullah again appeared on television warning terrorists and their supporters not to disturb unarmed citizens simply because of differences in political views. But, it seems, every time the Secretary General of Hezbollah appears to present a message, the media supporting terrorists always find ways to twist the facts and escalate tensions. This situation was further aggravated by the emergence of carbitan clerics who rose on the pulpit every Friday to inflame the spirit of jihad against the "Shiite infidels" in Syria, especially in the Qusair region and accused Hezbollah of fighting there defending the Assad regime.


And finally, since the end of April, the Syrian Arab Army (TAS) decided to retake the strategic city of Qusair. The strategic value of this city lies in its position bordering the Lebanese territory so that it becomes an effective logistical and weapons supply route for rebel maneuvers in Homs Province. In addition, the city is also a route that connects Damascus with the Mediterranean Sea. After more than a year of being held by rebels and being a center for shelter, training and channeling anti-Damascus terrorists, the fall of the city can be considered as one of the turning points in the overall strategic map of the next war.


In the past few weeks, the TAS, assisted by paramilitary forces called the Civil Defense Committee, succeeded in hitting the rebels and surrounding them in Qusair. This city can be strategically considered to have been successfully recaptured by the Damascus government.


Cleansing the pockets of terrorists in the city certainly takes a longer time, given the character of a city war that is different from conventional warfare.


But history has noted the alertness of the TAS to adapt and morph in order to dampen the snort of the savagery of Syrian terrorists who increasingly show moral bankruptcy. For the latter, it can be seen from their cruelty to eat the heart of the Syrian army that they killed viciously and displayed it via video on Youtube as proof of 'masculinity'.


History will also note that the two years of absurd battles that took place in Syria brought blessings, in the form of opening the eyes of many Muslims to the true figure behind the cloak of Islam, rebels-cum-terrorists in Syria. Describing themselves and staying with the Western press as "mujahidin", they are actually very different from the "mujahidin" of Afghanistan in the '80s who received full support from all Muslims at that time - although for this one it was later discovered that they were widely used by the United States intelligence service.


If you want to be observant, there are actually many factors that distinguish these two groups.

First, the Afghan mujahideen were indigenous people who were fighting foreign invaders (the Soviet Union at the time), as were Hezbollah fighters against the Israeli invasion.

Secondly, the 80s Mujahideen never echoed sectarian hatred and did not bring Takfiri ideology like the current "mujahilin" of Syria. The Afghan mujahidin commanders came from various schools and schools of Islam who lived side by side and worked together for one purpose: to expel the invaders. ***.


IslamTimes / TheTruthSeekerMedia




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