Iran told Fouad Siniora that it opposes his plan and specifically the points related to the deployment of a multinational force and the proposed solution to the disputed Shebaa Farms, the Daily Star reported Friday.
... Wael Bou Faour, an MP in leading March 14 Forces member Walid Jumblatt's Democratic Gathering parliamentary bloc, said what makes a cease-fire impossible in the near future is not Hizbullah's pledge to fight until liberation but rather their opposition to the prime minister's seven-point plan, which he proposed in Rome last month. Bou Faour said Tehran - which is the main backer of Hizbullah - explicitly told Siniora through its ambassador in Beirut first, and then through Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki, that it opposes his plan and specifically the points related to the deployment of a multinational force and the proposed solution to the disputed Shebaa Farms.
And now Hizbullah went on the record opposing two of Siniora's points, after agreeing to them initially. I suppose they were waiting for their Iranian master to deliver the news to the prime minister of the country they are co-destroying along with Israel.
Hizbullah MP Hussein Hajj Hassan confirmed to The Daily Star that his party does indeed oppose Siniora's proposed multinational force and his solution to the disputed Shebaa Farms areas. "We agreed on the other five points of his plan,", Hassan said, "so why not implement these plans and discuss the remaining two at a later date?"
"Discuss" in Hizbullah's dictionary means "obstruct" and "bully". They have been outside the national consensus since the Hariri assassination, beginning with the mass protests to "thank Syria" for their terror, and ending with the National Dialogue, which they, along with Nabih Berri and Michel Aoun (who is still supporting Hizbullah's obstruction), used to delay decisions on their weapons, until this catastrophy. Besides, i thought Nasrallah won't discuss.
Regardless of the viability of the idea of multinational forces, which hasn't been discussed fully, I am flabbergasted (and I shouldn't be) that God's "party" still has the audacity to oppose the Lebanese government at a time the country is being destroyed on nearly every level. Lebanese unity has been unprecedented, with thousands of people from all sects going out of their way to help the refugees and speaking against the Israeli aggression. How do Nasrallah's subjects repay Lebanon? They spit on the unity and side with Iran against the Lebanese government.
There is no stopping Hizbullah, and I am sick and tired of their false heroism, popular with the delusional masses of Islamo-Arabia. The Arabs lost their war with Israel a long time ago, and we are the only ones still fighting. And for what? At which point is self defense considered suicide? To me there is more honor in surrendering right now than "winning" by sacrificing everything we have. Nasrallah has committed Lebanese people to life in the dark tunnels of war where he keeps his human farm, the Shia of Lebanon.
The man who threatened to cut off the head of anyone who touched his weapons, Nasrallah the decapitator, even went on TV yesterday vowing revenge and retaliation from his hole in Tehran or Damascus, or wherever he is, while his people burned. In his speech, he used colloquial Lebanese whenever he spoke of the destruction. And he addressed the "great people of Lebanon." Oh really? How do you reconcile this sudden fondness for Lebanese greatness with rejecting its government and ridiculing Lebanon on more than one occasion.
To add insult to injury, we have to listen to Nasrallah's supreme leader in Tehran telling us this:
"The only way to succeed is to continue resistance against the occupier regime (Israel)... Iran will stand by ... the brave Lebanese nation and the combatant Palestinian nation."
If Iran really wants to help Lebanon, I suggest they have their wacko president lend his street sweeper uniform to Nasrallah. I know a few beaches that need cleaning.
And where is that Iranian aid you promised us Nasrallah? The "untainted" money you bribed us with when you started this thing? Right. We get it. We see it. What's next? War kites to down those F-16s?