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Sunni Group Warns ‘Pig Nasrallah’ He’ll Pay for Being Agent of Israel

A Sunni group takes responsibility for 2nd bomb attack in a Hezbollah stronghold, issuing stern warning to the terrorist group’s chief.

Warnings & claims of responsibility ignored as Lebanese Shiites prefer blaming Israel.

By Elad Benari


A Sunni Islamist group took credit on Thursday for the car bombing in a Hezbollah stronghold in Beirut which killed at least 20 people.

Scene of explosion in Beirut – Reuters

Shortly after news of the attack broke, an online video surfaced showing three masked men, two of them holding rifles, in front of a white flag inscribed with the Islamic profession of faith, reported AFP. Continue Reading »

The Arab world sees the ‘Safavid’ seeking regional domination


A nuclear weapon in the hands of a status-quo state with a defensive orientation, is a very different story, than nuclear weapons in the hands of a state that wants to totally change the international status quo.

By Dore Gold


In an interview on Al-Jazeera this past May, the commander of the Free Syrian Army, Brig. Gen. Salim Idris, explained that the diversion of Hezbollah forces from Lebanon to Syria to take part in the civil war was part of a “Safavid” plan for the Middle East region.

Hezbollah terrorists - Photo by EPA

Hezbollah soldiers – Photo by EPA

This past January, an article in the influential Lebanese daily As-Safir accused Iraq’s Shiite Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki of receiving assistance from his “Safavid allies.”

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Syrian rebellion tips Middle East power balance toward the Sunnis

The region’s Sunni-led countries are appearing more confident at the prospect that the Sunni-led rebellion could bring down Syria’s al-Assad’s regime. On the other hand, Hezbollah & Iran have had their reputations & Shiite influence damaged by their support for Assad’s brutality.

By The Associated Press & Israel Hayom Staff


Not long ago, Arabs everywhere listened when the leader of Hezbollah spoke. Sheik Hassan Nasrallah’s prominence, bolstered by his Lebanese terrorist organization’s battles against Israel, was a sign of the rising regional influence of Shiite Muslims and overwhelmingly Shiite Iran. Now, his speeches don’t necessarily make front pages even in Lebanon.

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