Sayed Nasrallah Speech on Resistance Martyr Leaders Ceremony - *English Dub* - Part 2 of 6
Sayed Nasrallah Speech on Resistance Martyr Leaders Ceremony - *English Dub* - Part 2 of 6 Hezbollah Secretary General Sayed Hassan Nasrallah gave a speech during the ceremony of loyalty to the Resistance Martyr Leaders on February 16, 2012. His eminence first spoke about the virtue of the martyrs of the Resistance and its leaders, namely Sheikh Raghib Harb, Sayed Abbas AlMosawi, and Hajj Imad Mugniyeh. Sayed Nasrallah also explained that Israel is now weak and its army is no longer undefeatable. His eminence also talked about the double standards of some Arabs, who maintain that negotiations without preconditions with Israel are the only what to peace, and yet they refuse to engage in such negotiations with the Syrian regime. These same governments also denied support to the Palestinian resistance movements who are fighting a common enemy, but they readily provided arms to the armed groups in Syria which have been terrorizing civilians for months. The Secretary General also condemned the double standards of those who say they are supporting the so-called Syrian Revolution because it is a popular movement. Sayed Nasrallah questioned these claims, and asked why these individuals do not support the Bahraini people in the same way. The Bahrainis, he added, were the first people to protest against the Israeli criminal acts in Palestine, and when they protested in Bahrain in support of Palestine, they were shot at with live ammunition by government forces. Sayed Nasrallah said <b>...</b>
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