Short of sending thousands to the U.S. embassy in Awkar to protest American "tutelage" over Lebanon today, while hailing Hamas and the insurgency in Iraq, Hizbullah's Sayyid Hassan Nasrallah declared that "the arms of the resistance (silah al-mouqawama) is the sanctity of all sancitities. It is like honor ('ard) and we are oriental. I cannot stand anyone meddling with my honor and the resistance arms are our honor!"
Note that it is not the resistance that is sanctified, which to me is a noble endeavour, though I believe in peaceful resistance, but Sayyid Nasrallah is declaring the arms of the resistance to be sanctified...which entirely shifts and rearranges, at least to my understanding, all that has been negotiated on...or perhaps I've been blind and deaf all along.
This means that Hizbullah can never be disarmed if it does not deem it time to do so or else it would put up a fight (which refutes what Hassan is claiming in his comments on my previous post that Hizbullah's arms will never be used internally). This means that all this talk about internal dialogue to disarm Hizbullah was a waste of time. How did Hizbullah agree to the Cabinet policy statement which stated that Hizbullah's disarmament is an internal issue to be resolved through dialogue? Were they lying to others? And why now are they choosing to delete any mention of disarmament in the Cabinet's policy statement? Do not tell me it is because of Jumblatt! This would be a petty excuse!
I demand to know the truth; I demand transparency!
"Nobody knows how many rebellions, besides political rebellions, ferment in the masses of life which people earth."