Thursday, May 03, 2007

IRIB: "Nasrallah: We respect Israeli confession"

Terrorist leaders say the darndest things:
Secretary General of the Lebanese Islamic Resistance Movement, Hezbollah Sayed Hassan Nasrallah said on Wednesday that he respects the Zionist regime for issuing a report on last year's attack against Lebanon in which it confessed to its heavy defeat.

"It is worth every respect when an inquiry commission ... is appointed by Olmert ... and it condemns Olmert," Nasrallah said at a book fair in Beirut's southern suburb.

"I will not stand here to rejoice at the misfortunes of Olmert, Peretz and Dalutz," he said.

"One can only respect the butchers' enemy leaders ... when they work day and night for their prisoners," he added.

On Monday, the inquiry accused the three men of serious failure in handling the 34-day attack on Lebanon.

"They study their defeat in order to learn from it," unlike Arab states that "do not probe, do not ask, do not form inquiry commissions ... as if nothing has happened," Nasrallah said.

"It is a pity that we have to wait for an 'Israeli' commission to confirm our victory."

"The first important result of the commission is that it has settled -- officially and for good -- the issue of victory and defeat," Nasrallah said.

"The commission has admitted the defeat. The word 'defeat' has appeared more than 100 times" in its interim report.

The publishing of the damning report prompted the Zionist regime's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni, a longtime ally of Olmert, to call on Wednesday for the Premier to quit.

Zionist media reported that Peretz was preparing to step down.
Crossposted at Soccer Dad.

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