Thursday, July 27, 2006

Hide and Seek...and crystal balls

Has anyone seen this man?

The question of the day: where is Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah?
Ever since the IAF declared that it shook southern Beirut with over 23 tons of explosives and released 5 massive and 19 medium-sized missiles two days ago, you would guess that Dahiyeh and Haret Hreik are not the kind of places you want to be in.
However, the IDF, IAF and Mossad believe that Nasrallah is deep underground (at least 40m), in a complex network of bunkers that span throughout all of southern Beirut. Some rumors also state that the bunker could be 6km long!!! Well after seeing that an Al Jazeera interviewer was able to reach Nasrallah for an exclusive interview (the interviewer was masked so as not to reveal the hiding location) you would guess that Nasrallah is everything but in a bad position. And his bunker is everything but covered by tons of debris. Its as if he was taunting the IAF by having a face-to-face interview.
Interestingly enough two reports were released today about Nasrallah's possible whereabouts. The first stated that he could be hiding in the Iranian embassy close to Beirut's Golf Club. This was quickly denied by the Iranian government:
"Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Hamid-Reza Asefi has rejected the rumors being spread by the 'Zionist' regime suggesting that Hezbollah secretary general Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah is at the Iranian Embassy in Beirut, MNA reported. "

The second report however was the more amusing one. It stated the following:
"( Hizbullah terrorist chief Hassan Nasrallah traveled to Syria late Wednesday night in a bulletproof vehicle, according to a Kuwait newspaper. Nasrallah is expected to meet for talks with Syrian officials on Thursday to discuss developments in Hizbullah’s war against Israel."

How bizarre!!!
Well lets see if the American made bombs - the GBU-28s (bunker busters) - will have any effect on the main bunker of Hezbollah in southern Beirut and will reveal the real location of Nasrallah. I wouldnt be surprised if they dont...

But its important to note that renowned Lebanese psychic Michel Hayek had apparently predicted in Jan. 2006 that Hassan Nasrallah will be assassinated in the Summer of 2006. Beirut Live acquired a document which the psychic never revealed because of its content. Among other unbelievable events Hayek stated this:

Summer 2006: Assassination of Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah on the Syrian borders by an Israeli air attack (helicopters) while escaping from Haret Hrayk following an Israeli attack on the southern suburb of Beirut.

Only time will tell what the future holds...


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4:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am a White conservative American who wishes everybody was free and lived in peace, though with Al-Qaida's number 2 man Zawahri saying today that all Muslims are called to fight in a holy war until his religon is in control from Spain to Iraq and the leader of hezbollah and the Pres.of Iran saying that they will not stop until Israel is wiped off the face of the earth, what can the western nations do other than to defend our way of life. If anybody from the Middle East reads this and has any ideas please respond so that maybe we can start talking and stop fighting. Thank You for your time. Willam S.

4:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If these muslim warmongers keep it up, they'll eventually learn the lesson that Japan learned in WWII: If you insist on fighting stronger powers to the death, then you and your people will die by the tens of thousands in nuclear attacks. Maybe then they'll finally say "hey, maybe 9/11 was a mistake"...

6:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love how Nasrallah is always smiling. He loves the attention! He must be sooo happy that he can finally play the victim like Arafat used to all those years. He loves the deaths of the Lebanese children! And they call Israel barbaric?

6:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i'm a singaporean and from a neutral point of view, isreal is just as bad as hizbollah. their arrogance and disregard for the lives of lebanese civilians are obvious. do you know why we can't live in peace? because there's so much ignorance, intolerance and close-mindedness in this world.

8:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I support your brave and noble resistance against the invador Israel. The whole world is with you.

10:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I support your brave and noble resistance against the invador Israel. The whole world is with you.

10:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I sure hope that when Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah is killed he burns in hell for what he has brought to the Lebanese people

2:18 AM  
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Blogger HT said...

To the white conservative schmuck up above, I don't subscribe to your way of thinking. In fact, I am so tired of hearing about Muslim extremism. The time for talking has long passed. The time now is for action. Israel should continue pounding Hezbollah position. They should get the nuts to attack Syria and push the fight into Iranian territory. I would volunteer to fight with the Israeli's if they wanted to go into Iran. It is time to take out radicals like the leaders of Syria and Iran.

9:50 AM  
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10:10 AM  
Anonymous yann -europe said...

both sides have been betrayed by their rulers.

israelian people have no peace because of the oppresive politic of their government against all neighbours.

palestinian people have no peace because some extemists use the people's despair to have power and lead them into more despair.

libanese people have no peace because some people use the despair of the refugees there to gain power also.

you've been all betrayed. and your ennemy is not accros the border but in your middle. sick people dreaming of grand israel, paletina or what else...

and you all will never have peace as long as this peolpe blinds you.

that's not only true for you, it is also for the US and everybody else.

10:13 AM  
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