Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah stated on Friday that for keeping its “resistance weapons” Hezbollah “will never ask the permission of those who did not shoot a single bullet at Israel.”
In response to the recent stance adopted by the March 14 group leaders, Nasrallah said that for defending the country “we will not seek the idea of those who receive weapons from Israel.”
“We are prepared to voluntarily equip the army with any kind of weapon, but we will never let a single bullet of the resistance to be confiscated,” Nasrallah stated on the martyrdom anniversary of former Hezbollah secretary General Sayyed Abbas Mussawi who was assassinated in 1992 by the Zionist forces.
The government of the Lebanese Prime Minister Fouad Siniora “confiscated the weapon of resistance in the most difficult days (during the 33-day war of Israel with Lebanon),” he said in a televised speech broadcast live on Al-Manar, Al-Jazeera, Al-Arabiya, Al-Alam and Lebanese ANB networks
Friday, February 16, 2007
This sort of rhetoric goes over big in Iran. From Mehr News: