Tuesday, August 05, 2008

IRIB Radio: "Lebanese Leaders on High Alert Against US-Zionist Plots!"

What's the latest from the conspiracy desks in the Oval Office and the Knesset? No matter, "the legendry [sic] anti-terrorist movement, the Hezbollah" is ever-watchful.
Lebanese President, Michael Suleiman, warned the illegal Zionist entity against hatching any plot to disrupt Lebanon's tranquility. In an interview with the Kuwaiti daily, al-Anba, he referred to recent attempts by Israeli officials to avenge their humiliating defeat at the hands of the legendry [sic] anti-terrorist movement, the Hezbollah, in the Summer of 2006, and said the Zionists were trying to sow the seeds of discord among different groups and political parties in a vain attempt to inflict a blow on the resistance movement. Although Lebanese people from different walks of life are striving to maintain unity in order to nip in the bud the Zionist plot at this sensitive juncture, they should keep in mind that even a little negligence would be quickly seized by Washington and Tel-Aviv. Political analysts believe that the defeat of the Zionists in the 33-day war was, as a matter of fact, the collapse of the wrong strategy adopted by the White House vis-à-vis the Lebanese people and the Resistance; the strategy that was supposed to be materialized by the Zionist Regime of Israel. The defeated enemies of Lebanon still suffer the consequences of their failure in this regard. So, the conspiracy desks in the Oval Office and the Knesset are resorting to different kinds of ploy to try to avenge the defeat.

Meanwhile, in view of the fact that Lebanon is a country of diverse ethnicities and enjoys different political, historical and geographical conditions, the Zionists have recently embarked on intricate plots to pit the Lebanese groups against each in a bid to ignite a civil war. However, with vigilance and awareness of Lebanese leaders, coupled with the wise management of the Hezbollah, headed by Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah, the enemies' plots have come to naught. The most recent warning of the Lebanese president, urging the people to be on high alert to preserve dignity and national sovereignty, which were the fruits of the Resistance, is considered a prudent step in order to frustrate the wounded enemies.
And they're dangerous when they're wounded.

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