May 8, 2018
The whole world rejoices at this news – except Jews, of course.
For those who don’t know, Hezbollah is basically the Middle East’s Jew patrol. They’re the only group of Arab nationalists to win a decisive victory against Israel, and consistently take successful action against them.
Not your run-the-mill ISIS-tier shills.
It’s definitely one of Israel’s most hated enemies, along with Iran.
And now, they’ve basically taken the reigns of the state in Lebannon, being the single largest political party in the latest election.
Lebanon’s Hezbollah paramilitary movement emerged Monday as the main victor in the country’s first election in almost a decade, securing veto power in the Lebanese parliament as the prime minister’s fortunes fell.
Interior Minister Nouhad Machnouk said Iran-backed Hezbollah and its parliamentary allies won more than a third of the 128 seats, which would leave them as a dominant force in the Lebanese legislature.
The party of Sunni Prime Minister Saad Hariri, meanwhile, lost at least five seats in Beirut, once considered a stronghold, although he was expected to retain his position. Machnouk said a final breakdown of the nationwide results will be released Tuesday.
The ruling party is a liberal pro-Western shill organization that opposes Syria and Hezbollah, and is thus de-facto pro-Israel.
More like explicitly pro-Israel. What a faggot…
So it’s unsurprising that after 9 years of horrible Israeli aggression in the region, the people are fed up.
Lebanon has long been beset by corruption and political sclerosis, and the election results were widely expected. But experts said they built on the regional trends that have buffeted the tiny country as next-door Syria is consumed by war.
“Everyone expected that the outcome in Syria would set the trajectory of politics in Lebanon, and that is essentially what has been happening since 2016,” said Emile Hokayem, a senior fellow at the International Institute for Strategic Studies.
Seven years into the conflict, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has essentially secured victory with the support of Iran and Russia, while his major opponents in the Arab states of the Persian Gulf have ended their calls for regime change.
A key political player in Lebanon, Hezbollah also has been one of the Assad government’s major allies, sending thousands of fighters to battle Syrian rebels and the Islamic State. In a televised address Monday, the movement’s leader, Hasan Nasrallah, hailed its electoral success as a “political and moral victory.”
Israel on suicide watch, fam. They’re completely losing the war they’ve started on the entire Middle East (minus the Sunniggers). Benjamin Netanyahu had to be granted new powers to wage war recently, presumably in order to salvage the situation.
It’s likely Hezbollah will have at least a large part in the new government’s cabinet, though the position of prime minister has historically been given to a Sunni. Either way, it’s clear that this will dramatically boost their power, influence and prestige.
And that is very, very bad for the Jews.