Hezbollah Announces Lebanon’s Border with Syria is Now Safe, Predicts War on Israeli Soil

Eric Striker
Daily Stormer
May 12, 2017

Hezbollah has successfully secured Lebanon from what was once an ISIS-infested Syrian border. Throughout the duration of the Syrian war, Al-Qaeda and ISIS were infiltrating Lebanon to murder Shi’ites and Christians.

Somehow, a Lebanese militia with scant resources was able to do what the US Congress and European Union have been “unable” to do: secure the border. That is because one group loves their country and their people, while the other has the stated goal (Kalargi and the Jews) of making Western civilization and the white man vanish from planet earth.

Fox News:

The leader of Lebanon’s Hezbollah says the group is pulling back from positions along Lebanon’s eastern border with Syria after securing it.

Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah declared Thursday to thousands of his supporters: “The mission is accomplished.”

He spoke via satellite link at a gathering marking the death of a top Hezbollah commander in Syria last year.

Hezbollah has sustained many casualties in their war on terror in Syria, part of the reason why the US deep-state has been needlessly dragging the conflict on. At the same time, Hezbollah’s troops have accumulated combat experience and new Russian weapons, along with a big popularity boost among Christians and others for their work. This is a big problem for Israel, who have made fanning sectarian violence in Lebanon a staple of their expansionist foreign policy.

The leader of the resistance, Nasrallah, is confident in the next phase of anti-Zionist resistance.


Lebanese Hezbollah said on Thursday that any future conflict between the Shi’ite group and Israel could take place inside Israeli territory, as tensions rise between the arch foes.

Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, Hezbollah’s leader, also said in a speech televised live that the group was dismantling all its military positions along Lebanon’s eastern border with Syria, and this area would now be patrolled just by the Lebanese army.

Hezbollah, an ally of Tehran and Damascus, has been fighting for years in Syria’s conflict against an array of rebels and Sunni Islamist fighters.

The Syrian conflict has also been an arena where tensions between Israel and Hezbollah have ramped up. Recent Israeli air strikes against Hezbollah targets in Syria appeared to mark a more assertive stance toward the group.

The two sides last fought a war in 2006.

Nasrallah played down the prospects of another imminent conflict, but warned it could take place on Israeli territory, after saying earlier this year that Hezbollah’s rockets could hit targets anywhere inside the country.

Israel “is scared and worried of any future confrontation … and knows that it could be inside the occupied Palestinian territories,” Nasrallah said. “There will be no place that is out of reach of the rockets of the resistance or the boots of the resistance fighters.”

There’s no reason to dismiss this as empty bravado. Hezbollah is the first to have defeated Israel in the failed 2006 invasion of Lebanon. Today’s Hezbollah is by all accounts significantly more powerful than it was in 2006.

The walls are closing in on Zion. There’s a real chance that in the near future, Israel will be making direct demands for the USA to come bail them out. It would not only red-pill the war-weary American public about who makes our foreign policy, but also improve our genepool as Evangelical black baby-adopters volunteer to be turned into hamburger meat in the Palestinian territories.