Commenting on Hezbollah’s chief Hassan Nasrallah’s latest speech, Badr Jamous asks if “Nasrallah lost his senses or is it just cheap talk when he compares resisting the Israeli occupation to fighting against the rebels in Syria? Nasrallah falsely claims that his militias are fighting against ISIS and extremist groups.”
“Neither Nasrallah nor any other party can outstrip Syrian rebels in the issue of fighting ISIS, especially since they expelled ISIS from most of Aleppo province when nobody was fighting or supporting those who fight ISIS. On the contrary, the Assad and Al-Maliki regimes abandoned whole cities, towns, army barracks and arms depots, making them an easy prey to ISIS,” Jamous added.
He also said that that “observers of the course of events in the Syrian Revolution knows very well that ISIS are just a stab in the back of the revolution, as it chose in numerous occasions to attack Syrian rebels as they were fighting pro-regime forces.
Jamous also asked why Nasrallah is sending more and more of his community to a losing war in Syria. “History testifies that aggressors never win. Nasrallah and those who receive orders from Tehran are not willing to admit that sending Lebanese youth to fight in Syria is meant only to save the throne of Bashar al-Assad. Aggressors on Syria will meet one fate, one that is illustrated by the coffins sent daily to Hezbollah’s’ stronghold in southern Beirut.
“Nasrallah’s supports have realized they are fighting in the wrong place, against the wrong enemy. Many Shiites in Lebanon, who do not have a problem with the Syrian people in the first place, feel that Nasrallah have betrayed his supporters when he dragged them into an immoral losing war.”
Jamous concluded his remarks expressing astonishment at the offer Nasrallah made to his opponents in his latest speech, when he said they had to choose either Assad or ISIS. “Nasrallah insists on ignoring the demands of the Syrian people and belittling their will which is fighting epic battles against the terrorism of the Assad regime and Hezbollah. (Source: Syrian Coalition)