Saturday, February 16, 2013

Iran's Puppet Threatens Israeli Power Grid - Hizbullah boss Nasrallah says "a few rockets" can plunge Israel into darkness

Hizbullah supporters take part in demonstration in Tyre
Hizbullah supporters take part in 
demonstration in Tyre
AFP/Mahmoud Zayyat

Arutz Sheva - The head of Lebanon's Hizbullah movement, which is an Iranian proxy militia, warned Israel on Saturday not to think that a weakening of Bashar Assad's regime in Syria means his group is also weaker.

"Those who think Syria is no longer a player and cannot help the resistance (Hizbullah)... and that the resistance is going through a period of weakness and confusion, are mistaken," Hassan Nasrallah said.

"We have everything we need in Lebanon. We don't need to transport (arms) from Syria or Iran," he said, in a speech to his supporters broadcast on a giant video screen in southern Beirut.