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    • Moussa
    • 07.09.06 | 11:14 (IDT)

    Dear Sir/Madam: I am writing to clarify a point. Nasrallah is far away to be Benladen. Benladen is a criminal who kills civilians and humans regardless of their belifs. examples, spet 11, pakistan bombs (all muslims) not to mention killing of the muslim clerks all over the world. Ben laden is a freak who hides in a cave and kill people for no cause. Onthe other hand Nassrallah, is a freedom fighter leader who leads a group that fights for the land. so no comparisson between the two different persons. nasrallah and Hizbullah, were elected by the lebanese people, soeone would argue that only by She3a i agree it could be but the She3a in lebanon are almost 2 million people and they have the right to vote. Furtheremore, i would elaborate by saying that the weakness of the lebanese government lead to have Hizbullah a major popularity in lebanon due to the fact that the government doesn;t do anythig for the people and it's members are busy fighting eachothers to satisfy their Masters.

    from the article: Nasrallah: 'Even I don't know where my hideout is located'
    First published 00:00 06.09.06 | Last updated 00:00 06.09.06
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