Of course, many Iranians would rather not stand with any Lebanese if they had the choice, especially when they can't stand in their own squares without getting bullied or stabbed by the Basij and their Hizbullah-style buddies. While Nasrallah was choking on Kubideh, many Iranians were trying to understand why there was no meat on their tables or gas in their cars. All that crude oil being sold is being used to arm a crude form of resistance against the people, at home and at abroad.
As for the Lebanese, Nasrallah's latest threat to retaliate by bombing Israel's infrastructure failed to impress the wise, who know that missiles do not turn a parasite into a man, and certainly they do not rebuild what gets destroyed. Missiles and farmed fighters are easy to come by, but the efforts of hard working Lebanese aren't.Iran's blatant manipulation of Lebanon has been so obvious of late that it's jarring to not see more being written about it. One almost misses Jumblatt's tirades against the Safavid or Persian plots, and Hariri's past references to the Iranian threat. Those references have been swept under the rug of national unity, at least until the time comes when Hizbullah will blow up that alleged unity to smithereens, as they did before.
But this doesn't mean those with access to free information in Lebanon can't see the semblance of spring time in Tehran. The country's in shambles, and its leaders are busy exporting their troubles abroad, partly to distract their people, and also to pursue a grandiose dream of regional hegemony. To Anbar, they export sticky bombs and in Baghdad they instruct their stooges to ban election candidates (since that worked so well for them). In Gaza, they have driven Hamas into a Egyptian wall. In Yemen, they thought they could wage a proxy war against Saudi Arabia. And in Lebanon, they are basking in the aftermath of a mythological divine victory that has been allowed to deliver a state within a state.
So yes, Nasrallah, go obliterate Israel, because that state has proven to be so destructible and vulnerable to your toys. Ahmadinejad probably forgot how certain people saved his divine emissary's behind in 2006. They forget that the holy toys are now tainted with Lebanese blood, no longer pure, and despite what Jumblatt says, many Lebanese houses will close their doors to the Shias who will flee the next round.
But I forget. They are not supposed to flee while Israel Lebanon is being destroyed. They are supposed to die in their homes, while Israelis survive in shelters, and while Ahmadinejad and his guards play chess with the world.