Hezbollah indoctrinates teens into hatred

Posted: May 21, 2010 by Jonathan Boyko in Hezbollah, IDF, Israel, Lebanon, Middle East, Terrorism
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Nasrallah. Indoctrination works. Hatred works. People in the United States have Disneyland. In Europe they’ve got the Europa Park. In Lebanon, they’ve got The Land of Islamic Resistance:

For many of the Muslim and Christian young people it was the first visit to southern Lebanon. "We want our students, whether they are Hezbollah members, supporters or rivals, to see the land that Israel occupied for 22 years," said group member Mohammad Taleb.

"We want young people to know of the achievements made by the resistance and show them how wrong Israeli occupation is. This land was liberated by thousands of resistance fighters who fought every day in order to return the land to their people."

Many of the students were wide-eyed at a meeting with Hezbollah’s militants. "It was like being in a movie," said Grace, a Christian Lebanese student. "I respect these young men, who liberated my land. I don’t see them as terrorists, as the West describes them."

The militants, on their side, showed their guests how to fire rockets and anti-aircraft missiles. "These young people give us strength," said one gunman after the demonstration.

(Ynet)

INDOCTRINATION AND INCITEMENT of children and adolescents among Muslims is far from new, so commenting on that is quite pointless. What is not pointless, is revealing some of the facts Hezbollah told these kinds nothing about.

As Hezbollah claims it fights for Lebanon, it also claims it fights for the freedom of Palestinians. On several occasions, Hezbollah’s chief Hassan Nasrallah stated Palestine from Jordan to the Mediterranean belongs to Palestinians. This is what Hezbollah tells its followers:

 

What Nasrallah does not tell his followers is how in 1982 Israel came to Lebanon’s aid, expelling the Palestine Liberation Organization with Yasser Arafat as it’s chief. For six years the Lebanese Christians and Shiites were under constant assault by Arafat and his men. Rape and murder were common. On quite a few occasions, PLO men raped, dismembered and murdered local Christians and Muslims. Here are a few examples:

  • Ali Bader El-Din was imam of Harouf, a Shi’ite village near Nabatiye. When he returned to town after 12 years of religious study in Shi’ite institutes in Iraq, he refused Palestinian demands to “inject Palestinian themes in to his sermons in the mosque.” As a result, in 1980, during Ramadan fasting, he was murdered by the P.L.O. After days of searching, his family found his body, shot through the head, underneath a bridge in Deir Zaharani, a village four miles away. Fearing a large turnout for his funeral, the P.L.O. forced his family to hold the funeral at night, which is not done in Islam. Yasser Arafat visited El-Din’s family, told his 10-year-old son “the Zionists killed your father,” and gave him a gun, telling him to “take revenge.”
  • Sheikh Mohammed Al-Masri, of another Shi’ite village near Nabatiye, refused to comply with Palestinian encroachment on his land. So, they raped and murdered his 15-year-old daughter.
  • Hussein Hatib, a 19-year-old from Shi’ite village Harouf, was murdered by Palestinians. His 70-year-old father, Ali Ismaili Hatib, said his son was shot in the back at a P.L.O. checkpoint. They wanted gifts he’d bought for his family after returning from working in Libya.
  • The town of Nabatiye, where there were 35,000 Shi’ite Muslims dwindled to just 4,000 due to Palestinian murders of many and fleeing by the rest.
  • A Shi’ite OB/GYN doctor at a South Lebanese hospital complained to P.L.O. soldiers after they deliberately entered and watched each time he helped a woman give birth, in violation of Islamic modesty rules. In response, they killed his daughter.

(Debbie Schlussel)

For Arab residents of south Lebanon, PLO rule was a nightmare. Countless Lebanese, interviewed by western journalists, told harrowing tales of rape, mutilation and murders committed by PLO forces. Palestinians and Lebanese leftists sacked Damour, a Christian village near Beirut, and massacred hundreds of its inhabitants before turning the town into a military base.

Father Mansour Labaky of the Church of St. Elias in Damour gave this description:

The PLO came and bombed the church without entering it. They kicked open the door and threw in the grenades.

An entire family had been killed, the Can´an family, four children all dead, and the mother, the father, and the grandfather. The mother was still hugging one of the children. And she was pregnant.

The eyes of the children were gone and their limbs were cut off. No legs and no arms. It was awful.

After brutally killing 582 people in the town and terrorizing the rest of the 25,000 residents into fleeing, the PLO forces took over Damour and began using it as a base for their terrorist activities. Father Labaky’s church, the one that was gutted by PLO grenades, was turned into a combination garage and gun range. Targets were painted on the eastern wall of the nave.

(Palestine Facts)

A prominent author, Brigitte Gabriel, was herself a Lebanese Christian under PLO rule and experience the pleasure of Nasrallah’s friends:

Brigitte Gabriel grew up during the Lebanese Civil War. Militants launched an assault on a Lebanese military base near her family’s house and bombed her home during a national attempt to overrun the Lebanese government. In April 1975 and following the collapse of the Lebanese Army, many Lebanese Christian militiamen found themselves defending their own homes and were heavily engaged in street fights against the Palestinian militias and the Lebanese National Movement(Leftist). Just ten years old at the time, Brigitte was severely injured and spent 2 1/2 months in a hospital recovering. Gabriel was the only child of elderly parents. Their life savings were destroyed in the bombings, as well as their money, their restaurant and their rental rooms.

Brigitte and her parents were forced to live in an 8′x10′ bomb shelter underground for seven years with only a small kerosene heater, no sanitary systems, no electricity or running water and little food. She says she owes her life and that of her mother’s to an Israeli hospital who provided care to them while seriously injured during the conflicts in Lebanon.

(Right Pundits)

But we all do know Hezbollah only wants peace, right?

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