Hizb Allah confirms smuggling (did you really not see this coming?)

Posted: April 10, 2009 by Jonathan Boyko in Egypt, Gaza, Hamas, Hezbollah, Israel

Hizb Allah chief Hassan Nasrallah (right) embracing his Iranian sponsor Mahmoud Ahmedinejad (left)

Hizb Allah chief Hassan Nasrallah (right) embracing his Iranian sponsor Mahmoud Ahmedinejad (left)

Hizb Allah chief – Hassan Nasrallah – confirmed today that his organization indeed smuggled weapons into Gaza. Nasrallah adds that “is not a sin we need to apologize for”. Mind you, this is the organization, with whom British officials are more than happy to meet.

On Thursday Egypt confirmed reports that it had arrested 49 alleged Hizbullah operatives and is currently investigating suspicions that they had been planning to commit terror attacks in the country.

The prosecution in Cairo announced that authorities received intelligence the detainees were planning attacks, and that they had scouted points along the Suez Canal and Egypt’s border with Gaza.

Nasrallah said one of the detainees was a Lebanese Hizbullah operative smuggling arms to Gaza. “That is the only truth in the entire affair. Our man was smuggling arms to the Strip, but the rest of the accusations about terror attacks in Egypt are one big lie,” he said in a televised address.

He added that this was not the first time members of his organization had been guilty of arms trafficking to Gaza.

Let it be rebuttal to those claiming Hizb Allah only fights Israel in order to free Lebanon of non-existent Israeli occupation. Nasrallah and his Hamas counterparts will not stop until Israel is destroyed.

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