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    Hizbollah: Voices against Zionists are silenced http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3060522,00.html Anyone who speaks out against Israel, the Intifada
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 2, 2005
      Hizbollah: 'Voices against Zionists are silenced'

      Anyone who speaks out against Israel, the Intifada and Palestinians
      are silenced, Hizbullah head says in response to European Union's
      decision to stop broadcasting Hizbullah television channel
      By Roee Nahmias

      Every voice worldwide supporting the Palestinians, the Intifada and
      condemning the Zionist enemy - its massacre and actions - is
      silenced, Hizbullah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah said

      His remarks were in response to the European Union's decision to bar
      Hizbullah's al-Manar television channel from being broadcasted in

      Al-manar's "sin" is that it supports the Intifada and the
      Palestinian problem, Nasrallah said.

      "They stopped it from being broadcast not because of its (Hizbullah)
      political standing inside Lebanon, religious lessons, shows and
      movies," he said. "They stopped it because of its determined stance
      to support the Palestinians."

      Nasrallah and Lebanon's Mufti meet

      At a press conference following a meeting between Nasrallah and
      Lebanon's Mufti Sheikh Mohammed Rasheed Kabbani, Nasrallah said
      Hizbullah's disarmament is an internal Lebanese matter.

      "Today they are telling us to become a political party," he
      said. "Tomorrow they'll tell us you are a political party that
      issues a manifest against Israel, so you are a terror organization."

      Nasrallah also said that the resistance, their protection of Lebanon
      and their use of weapons are all internal Lebanese issues, something
      that the U.S., European Union and the U.N's Security Council has no
      right to interfere with.


      Sectarian violence feared in Lebanon
      BEIRUT, March 19: The Lebanese crisis took an ominous turn on
      Saturday as the president scrapped plans to attend the Arab summit
      after a bomb blast in a Christian neighbourhood revived fears of
      sectarian violence.

      With political tension rising, 11 people were injured shortly
      after midnight when a bomb exploded beneath a car in the Jdeide
      suburb, causing major damage, police said.....(AFP)




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