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Proof of Hezbollah hiding weapons in civilian homes

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This video was released by the IDF showing weapons being smuggled from the house of Abbed El-Nasser Isa, a Hezbollah member, that exploded mysteriously on the 12.10.09. According to rumors, there was intelligence that weapons were being hid and experimented on in the house.

This video shows beyond doubt that weapons were being hid inside a civilian house belonging to a Hezbollah member.

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    Rafeh Hulays
    July 19, 2017 at 11:22 am

    What claims!! you are the one that go round and round!

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    ndivhvusho
    July 19, 2017 at 11:22 am

    Your'e not answering my claims your'e just going round and round.

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    ndivhvusho
    July 19, 2017 at 11:22 am

    Israel is entitled to do anything for it's safety, by all means neccessary.

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    xdir
    July 19, 2017 at 11:22 am

    Why was this plane flying over Lebanese territory? would Israel allow a Lebanese plane to do the same over its territory?

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    Rafeh Hulays
    July 19, 2017 at 11:22 am

    I suggest that you study the history of Israeli occupation of Lebanon and the resistance mounted by Hezbollah!

    I am Lebanese. I would have voted for March 14 (if I had the chance as I was outside the country), It is true but Hezbollah lost lot of support in Lebanon. However your claim that "Hezbollah terrorizes the Lebanese" is false. To compare Hezbollah to the Nazi is an insult to all of those died at the hands of the Nazis. People criticize Hezbollah openly – please stop the lies!

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    Rafeh Hulays
    July 19, 2017 at 11:22 am

    The defamation of those who criticize Israel continue. To be fair HRW is accused by some Arabs that it is a Zionist creation when they criticize Arab governments and some organizations!!!! When you cannot shoot the messenger, they shoot the message!! Robert Bornstein is entitled to his opinions – However the record is clear. Israel is subject to a tiny fraction of its work.

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    ndivhvusho
    July 19, 2017 at 11:22 am

    2 interesting facts about the HRW:

    1. Mark Grlsko, a member of the Human rights watch who published many of the most severe criticism articles against Israel, turned out to be an obsessive Nazi collector and fan.

    2. Robert Bornstein, Who ran the HRW until 1998, openly said that the Organization is excessively criticizing Israel, and not focusing on the atrocities in undemocratic countries and totalitarian countries.

    Doesn't get any more clear than this that the HRW is untrustable.

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    ndivhvusho
    July 19, 2017 at 11:22 am

    There was condemnation.

    Hezbollah didn't drive Israel out of Lebanon, like the Palestinians didn't drive Israel out of Gaza. It was done out of Israel's pure own will. And it turned out as big mistake as you see- On both occasions.

    Most of the Lebanese civilians hate Hezbollah. That's why Hezbollah's election results were as they were. Hezbollah terrorizes the Lebanese, that's why no one speaks badly of them. Exactly what Hitler did in Germany. Fake Democracy.

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    Rafeh Hulays
    July 19, 2017 at 11:22 am

    I did not hear of the condemnation as of yet (which they should!). They stated that they are likely Israeli spy equipment. And yes, it is un-acceptable. The same is true for Israeli drones over-flying Lebanon.

    Like them or not, Hizbollah drove what was a brutal Israeli occupation of Lebanon which traumatized the local population.

    People do not have to believe me, they can read Human Right Watch and Amnesty International Reports.

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    Rafeh Hulays
    July 19, 2017 at 11:22 am

    Nope — No-one is afraid of Hizbollah! It was obvious to anyone with a brain that the Israeli video is a fake and means nothing. How do you know that what these people transporting were weapons? How do you reconcile that with (1) how light the "weapons" are, (2) the minimal damage inflicted on the house.

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    ndivhvusho
    July 19, 2017 at 11:22 am

    But when Israel "destroyed" eavesdropping devices in southern Lebanon, with no real proof of it, unifel condemned it and said it is unacceptable.

    Tell me, why is that?

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    ndivhvusho
    July 19, 2017 at 11:22 am

    The reply video by Hezbollah is as fake as fake can get. The video shot by the IDF was shot at night and the Hezbollah's video was shot in daytime.

    It has been proved beyond doubt that the Hezbollah has faked this video to make themselves look good. They are experts in doing things such as this.

    The reason no one is taking Israel seriously is because everyone are afraid of Hezbollah. when Hezbollah supporters crossed the Israeli border with Hezbollah flags unifel didn't say anything

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    Rafeh Hulays
    July 19, 2017 at 11:22 am

    This is a fraud. The video does not show transfer of arms to a truck. What these people were carrying is a garage door. Israeli claim that it was a rocket is laughable. A rocket of this size (or o that matter any weapon) would have crushed these people!!! If an explosion occurred in an arm depot, it would have leveled the place. That is why no-one in the world took Israel's claim seriously. But then again, a country born in sin will never hesitate to smear others!

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