Sunni Islam & Hassan Nasrallah

Sunni Islam (or ) is the largest branch of Islam and are referred to in Arabic as ʾAhlu-s-Sunnati wa-l-Jamāʿah , people of the tradition of Muhammad and the consensus of the Ummah or ʾAhlu-s-Sunnah . Hasan Nasrallah (born August 31, 1960; ) became the third Secretary General of the Lebanese political and paramilitary organization Hezbollah after Israel assassinated the previous leader, Abbas al-Musawi, in 1992. Hezbollah is regarded as a legitimate resistance movement and political party throughout much of the Arab and Muslim worlds, but is considered a terrorist organization by the United States, the Netherlands, Israel, and Canada. 2.3/5

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The story of three clergies, the first one is Hassan Nasrallah who is the head of a dangerous Islamic Shiaa's gang in Lebanon, advocating the Resurrection of an Islamic empire in the middle east, and waiting for the mahdy to make his day view. in the meantime he is waging war against Syrian towns, committing unspeakable crimes, the second one is Ayman Al Zawahri, a fugitive thug from Egypt, who dedicated his life for killing and destruction, continue to live in a spider hole in Afganistan. he think that he represents the Sunni Islam point of view. the third one is father Spyridon, a Syrian Christian priest, who is tirelessly working on behalf of the Syrian people, to restore some measure of human dignity to them, most of all he is trying to alleviate their hunger and thirst. at present he is on the ground, subjecting his life to all kind of hardship in pursuing his goal. The question is, what prompted these three individuals,to choose their respective way of life, is it their religious persuasion, or it i ...
Residents say several people wounded; Attack may have been response to Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah's weekend speech in support of Assad.
The leader of the Lebanese Shia militant Hezbollah movement, Hassan Nasrallah, has promised his supporters they will prevail in Syria, where they are backing President Bashar al-Assad. "This battle is ours... and I promise you victory," he said in a TV address. Syrian rebels in the besieged town of Qusair say they are under heavy bombardment from Hezbollah combatants. The town is close to the Lebanese border, a conduit for both the government and rebels to get weapons. In the speech from an undisclosed location, Mr Hasrallah said if Sunni Islamists took over in Syria, they would pose a threat to the entire Lebanese population - Shia and Sunni Muslims, as well as Christians. He said his movement could never be aligned with Syrian rebels who, in his view, were supported by the United States and Israel. Offensive intensified Dozens of Hezbollah militants are said to have been killed fighting alongside Syrian troops in Qusair since 19 May, when government forces launched an offensive to recapture the rebel-he ...
Syrian civil war: ***sorry for delay, health & moving to a location of medical assistance & collecting some thoughts...* The Syrian civil war which is the ongoing extension of the Arab Spring, has killed over 100 000 & far more refugees spilling into the neighboring countries. Yet it isn't a matter of right & wrong, the Assad regime but as well the "Resistance" has committed atrocities. Killing innocents amid terrorism & aerial assaults is but today's norm of armed conflicts. But this isn't a conflict about Islam. Instead one entering a world geopolitical conflict of power & influences between global & regional powers. Russia & Iran vs America & Saudi Arabia... Resources & strategic positioning mixed with Shia/Sunni Islam. As such Hassan Nasrallah assists Assad while the Saoud & Qatari "new riches" are arming the opposition. The same opposition filled with Salafists & armed by the Kingdom yey killed by the West in Mali & the same Kingdom in Ryadh... Conflicting contradictions creating mutiple deaths of in ...
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