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A Kingdom Divided: Sunni Rebels In Syria Issue Warning Against Shiite Hizbullah After Nasrallah Vows To ‘Not Allow Syria To Fall’ To Apostate Sunnis

Daniel 2:41, “Whereas you saw the feet and toes, partly of potter’s clay and partly of iron, the kingdom shall be divided; yet the strength of the iron shall be in it, just as you saw the iron mixed with ceramic clay.”

INN – “The Syrian opposition on Wednesday denounced threats from the head of Hizbullah and warned the Lebanese Shiite group against any intervention in the Syrian conflict.

‘The Syrians and the Lebanese hoped… that the Hizbullah leadership would stop their attacks on Homs and Damascus and take into account the gravity of the situation in the region,’ the Syrian National Coalition said in a statement, according to the AFP news agency.

‘But they heard nothing but threats… and warnings against setting the region on fire and an admission of their interference in Syrian affairs,’ the key opposition grouping said.

Hizbullah chief Hassan Nasrallah acknowledged on Tuesday evening that members of his group are fighting inside Syria and suggested Iran and other states could intervene to support the Syrian regime against rebel fighters.

President Bashar al-Assad has ‘true friends in the region who will not allow Syria to fall into the hands of the United States, Israel and ‘takfiri’ groups,’ he said, according to AFP.

‘If the situation gets more dangerous, states, resistance movements and other forces will be obliged to intervene effectively in the confrontation on the ground,’ he added.

‘You will not be able to bring down the regime militarily,’ Nasrallah told Syria’s rebel forces. ‘The battle is still long.’

The Syrian opposition has long accused Hizbullah of dispatching fighters to battle alongside government forces, and the Coalition called on the Lebanese government ‘to immediately put an end to Hezbollah military operations in the regions close to the Syrian border.'” Source – INN.

Lebanese Sign Up For Jihad AGAINST Hezbollah, Parade Pro-Assad Syrian Through Streets With Noose Around Neck – “Lebanese youth from the city of Saida, south of Beirut, began on Wednesday to sign up for ‘armed Jihad in Syria’, Al Arabiya reported. The youth were responding to a call a day earlier by Sunni cleric Ahmad Assir, who called on Lebanese youth to fight the Hizbullah terrorist group. Individuals in charge of enlisting the youth told Al Arabiya that ‘hundreds’ have signed up so far and that the number is expected to reach thousands.” Read more.

Report: Turkey-Backed Sunni Muslim Rebels In Syria Beheaded 20 Shiite Muslims – “The Shiite towns of Nubbol and AlZahraa a home for over 60,000 Syrians had been under siege for the last 10 months now by the ‘rebels’. The towns have reached the end of their rope. Children started dropping dead because of hunger. Knowing the danger still some of the residents ventured out, to bring food and supplies. That’s what happened to the latest group, twenty Shia men, who left to bring food to their families and children a week ago. Turkey-backed Al-Qaeda FSA hang some of the heads on the entrance of the towns.” Read more.

  1. 05/01/2013 at 3:24 PM

    Reblogged this on oogenhand and commented:
    Death, followed by Hell.


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