*Clip # 1370 -Hizbullah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah: Israel Is Weaker
Than a Spider Web
The following are excerpts from an address by Hizbullah Secretary-General
Hassan Nasrallah, which aired on Al-Manar TV on January 30, 2007.
Hassan Nasrallah: Bint Jbeil, and before that, Maroun Al-Ras, and all the
villages of South Lebanon, which were steadfast, fought, and conducted
resistance, have shattered the myth of the [Israeli] army. They came to Bint
Jbeil solely in order to take revenge on it, because in one of its public
squares it was said that Israel is weaker than a spider web. Today, as we
begin a new year, [we say]: Yes! Oh Lebanese people, Palestinian people, and
the peoples of our nation, I say once again: By Allah, Israel is weaker than
a spider web.
The future of Israel is death and perdition. The future of our nation is one
of life, freedom, and regaining the holy places. Our martyrs inscribed in
blood during the July-August war: Death to Israel.
Crowd: Death to Israel
Death to Israel
Death to Israel
Hassan Nasrallah: George Bush wants to punish you because you were
steadfast. He wants to punish you because you were victorious. In the
American era, you are not allowed to win, you are not allowed to hold your
heads high. In the American era, the only ones allowed to live are the ones
who bow down in humiliation and submission. George Bush knows, and today, as
we commemorate Hussein, I say to him again, so the whole world can hear: We
are a people that will not surrender, be humiliated, or bow down in
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