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    LIBANO Beirut: 14 Agosto 2006/14 Agosto 2007: 1.o Anniversario della Vittoria Divina.

    Hizb'Allah e' pronto a festeggiare , martedi' prossimo, nelle banlieus meridionali della capitale il primo anniversario della Vittoria Divina conseguita lo scorso anno dalla Resistenza Islamica.

    Noi ci saremo! (parafrasando, al contrario ovviamente, i grandissimi Nomadi)

    Labbaika Nasrallah! Labbaika Hizb'Allah!

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    Reazionari dal 1789.
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    vittoria si, ma non divina

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    12 LUGLIO 2006


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    legione muti

    Predefinito Onore

    Onore a chiunque combatte il Sionismo, prescindendo da vittoria e sconfitta.
    Onore ai martiri palestinesi, iracheni, libanesi, siriani, afghani.
    Il Nemico dell'Uomo non vincerà.

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    The organization Bush condemns as so-called "terrorists" - Who is Hizbullah? The party that welcomes outside aid but is no one's puppet!

    JON VAN CAMP explains the history of the group that came to lead the resistance in Lebanon.
    "Israel" calls it a "terrorist" and "extremist" organization. George Bush says it is a tool of Iran, and claims it has "killed more Americans than any (so-called) 'terrorist' organization except al-Qaeda."
    But the leaders of (some) governments trying to destroy Hizbullah are not the only ones condemning it. Both Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International have accused Hizbullah (in a very rare cases) of human rights violations, and Robert Fisk, the ‘Independent' journalist who has helped expose some of the worst "Israeli" and U.S. crimes in the Middle East, says that Hizbullah "provoked the latest war" in Lebanon, and bears responsibility for "bringing catastrophe upon their coreligionists."
    Meanwhile, however, Hizbullah has gained growing support in the Middle East, well beyond its base among Shia Muslims in Lebanon--for the simple reason that it is, in the words of Aijaz Ahmad, writing in Frontline magazine in India, "the only entity which has, through armed resistance, forced the 'Israelis' to relinquish any territory that the Jewish (Zionist) state has ever captured" (the main justification for earning it the so-called 'terrorist' label).
    What kind of organization is Hizbullah, and how should the left view it?
    HIZBULLAH CAME out of a Lebanon fractured by civil war.
    The region of Lebanon has always contained various religious communities, but the French colonialists who dominated the area favored the Maronite Christians, who became the most powerful community once the state of Lebanon was formed.
    According to the terms of a 1943 pact, Maronites were given the presidency, and Christians were allocated a majority of seats in the parliament. The post of prime minister was reserved for a Sunni Muslim, and Shia Muslims--soon to become the largest segment of the population--were left with the relatively powerless position of speaker of parliament.
    The West and "Israel" backed certain Maronite leaders, prompting Muslim leaders to become increasingly influenced by Arab nationalism. These tensions were at the roots of Lebanon's civil war, which lasted more or less continuously from 1975 to 1990. "Israel" and the U.S. backed the right, grouped around the Christian.
    In 1978, "Israel" seized a strip of territory in Southern Lebanon, and four years later, it launched a full-scale invasion--with the aim of installing a right-wing Christian government and driving out Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) fighters based in the country.
    The U.S. sent Marines as part of an international force to oversee the withdrawal of the PLO--these "peacekeepers" began to intervene more and more openly on the side of the Lebanese right and "Israel's" occupying force.
    Throughout this conflict, the group that suffered the most was the Shia--by then the most numerous religious community in Lebanon, comprising about 40 percent of the population, and by far the poorest, inhabiting the slums of Beirut's southern suburbs and the villages in southern Lebanon directly in the path of "Israeli" attacks and invasions.
    By 1982, several Shia military groups emerged--many with funding and training from the new Islamic government in Iran, which took power after the 1979 Iranian Revolution and was seeking to project its influence in Lebanon amid the other rival forces of the civil war. The Iranian-backed groups, though only loosely connected, were known together as Hizbullah, meaning the "Party of God" in Arabic.
    Shia militias engaged in several small but devastating attacks, including the bombing of the U.S. embassy, and a self-sacrifice truck bombing of the Marines barracks in October 1983 that killed 241 Marines. These attacks led Ronald Reagan to "cut and run"--and withdraw troops from Lebanon.
    In 1985, Shia clerics declared the foundation of Hizbullah in an "Open Letter to the Downtrodden in Lebanon and the World."
    Quickly, however, it became predominant in the military resistance to the "Israeli" occupation of Southern Lebanon. Hizbullah attacks did use self-sacrifice bombers, but increasingly into the 1990s, the balance shifted toward guerrilla operations directed at inflicting damage on the "Israeli" occupation force. Hizbullah is generally credited with forcing "Israel" to withdraw from Lebanon in 2000.
    After 2000, Hizbullah continued to carry out military operations to pressure "Israel" to leave (occupied) Shibaa Farms--the last sliver of "Israeli"-occupied territory in Lebanon--defend against repeated "Israeli" incursions and provocations, and win freedom for Lebanese prisoners held by "Israel". Hizbullah's July 12 raid that captured two "Israeli" soldiers--which the "Israeli" government made the pretext for its war against Lebanon this summer--fits this pattern.
    Unlike "Israel's" indiscriminate bombing campaign, Hizbullah primarily targeted "Israeli" military forces. A majority of "Israeli" casualties during the onslaught were soldiers, while the vast majority of Lebanese killed by "Israeli" missiles and bombs were civilian bystanders.
    HIZBULLAH IS a political party that runs a network of schools, clinics and other services that many people rely on to fill the gap for what the Lebanese government doesn't provide. It also controls an array of businesses, including bakeries, banks, factories and an Islamic clothing line, as well as a satellite television station and a radio station.
    Hizbullah organized relief efforts for southern Lebanon after the "Israeli" bombings of 1993 and 1996, and is currently paying for furniture and rent money to all whose homes were destroyed in this summer's assault.
    Beginning in the early 1990s, Hizbullah decided to take part in mainstream politics, first winning election to the Lebanon's parliament in 1992. Currently, the organization has 12 members in parliament and two in the cabinet.
    It leads a parliamentary bloc in which other forces, including secular parties and non-Muslim parties, are involved. The list of candidates for this alliance during the 2005 elections included not only Shiites, but Christians, Sunni Muslims and Druze.
    Hizbullah gets aid and support--including military backing--from Iran and Syria. But it is not a puppet of these governments, as the Bush administration insisted.
    While Iran had decisive influence during Hizbullah's early years, the organization has since developed its own elected council and command structure to make political and military decisions. According to a post-ceasefire report by the mainstream political analyst Anthony Cordesman, "No serving 'Israeli' official, intelligence officer or other military officer felt that the Hizbullah acted under the direction of Iran or Syria."
    More generally, Hizbullah is viewed as a legitimate national resistance organization, among Shia and non-Shia, throughout much of Lebanese society. Even before this summer's war, a 2005 Center for Strategic Studies survey found that three-quarters of Lebanese Christians--the traditional base of the right--identified Hizbullah as a legitimate group in challenging "Israeli" aggression.
    Some on the left focus on Hizbullah's commitment to Islamic fundamentalism to minimize its political importance--for example, a recent letter-writer to Socialist Worker who dismissed Hizbullah as "a movement partially analogous to our own fundamentalist right."
    Hizbullah's Islamism need to be understood concretely. For example, though it accepts prejudices against women predominant in Islam (!?)--and Christianity, for that matter--Hizbullah's Shia ideology is not as reactionary as, for example, the Wahhabists of Afghanistan's Taliban and the rulers of Saudi Arabia. Thus, women lead many of Hizbullah's social service projects, although they are excluded from political (it is not accurate for there is one female as a member of Hizbullah's Politburo whose name is Rima Fakhry) and military leadership.
    On the other hand, unlike its backers in the Iranian political establishment, Hizbullah does not have a goal to building of Islamic state--at least in Lebanon. Hizbullah leader Hassan Nasrallah has said, "Lebanon is a pluralistic country. It is not an Islamic country."
    This sheds light on why Hizbullah has been able to gain support beyond its Shia base--both within Lebanon and more broadly across the Middle East. Hizbullah's main appeal lies in its willingness to challenge "Israeli" aggression and U.S. imperialism.
    By successfully preventing "Israel" from accomplishing its objectives in this summer's onslaught, Hizbullah has set an example of resistance that could inspire further struggles across the Middle East--potentially opening the way for a secular, left-wing alternative to take root and grow., 15 to 22-9-2006. Date: 20/09/2006 Time 03:13

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    Resistance 'never hid plan to snatch "Israeli" troops'

    Hizbullah dismissed on Tuesday a report in an "Israeli" daily which said that the capture of two "Israeli" soldiers on July 12 was the resistance group's fifth attempt since October 2000.
    A Hizbullah official told The Daily Star that it is "irrelevant" whether the July operation was "the fifth or the 10th attempt at capturing an 'Israeli' soldier."
    "We have never hidden the fact that we would capture soldiers to get 'Israel' to respond to our demands for the release of Lebanese and Arab detainees in 'Israeli' prisons," said the Hizbullah official, who wished to remain anonymous.
    Haaretz reported on Tuesday that two months prior to the July 12 raid in which Hizbullah captured "Israel" Army reservists Eldad Regev and Ehud Goldwasser, "Israel" had learned of another operation against an "Israeli" patrol in the same location.
    Sources told Haaretz that Hizbullah halted the operation due to the heavy deployment of "Israeli" forces in the area. Soon afterward, "Israel" contacted US and French diplomats, warning them that if Hizbullah attempted to kidnap soldiers again, the Jewish (Zionist) state's response would include a large-scale military operation, sources told the "Israeli" daily.
    The Hizbullah official declined to comment further on the report.
    Hizbullah has launched previous operations aimed at capturing "Israeli" soldiers - including on November 21, 2005, at the border village of Ghajar; and in May 2006, at the same location as the July 12 raid.
    Haaretz also reported that "Israeli" Army Chief of Staff Dan Halutz rejected calls for his resignation over his conduct during the Lebanon war for the first time on Tuesday.
    "Israeli" MPs slammed Halutz during a recent meeting of the Parliament's Foreign Affairs and Defense (War) Committee, calling for the military chief's resignation.
    "It is not appropriate for him to continue to appear in public and wear the 'Israeli' Army uniform," National Union MP Zve Hendel said.
    "It can't be that an entire year was wasted over the whims of a certain family that appointed him to this position. He must take off his uniform, and I expect him to take responsibility for this matter," Hendel added.
    The paper quoted Halutz as saying in response: "I will wear my uniform until it is stripped off of me and if that is hard on you, we can find ways of hiding from one another."

    Source:Daily Star, 20-9-2006. Date: 20/09/2006 Time

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    "Israelis" use bulldozers to wreck crops in South

    By Mohammed Zaatari
    SOUTH LEBANON: "Israeli" bulldozers started to level the soil and cut down olive trees in Yarin in the Tyre region on Monday, spoiling several cultivated fields and preventing farmers from inspecting their lands. "'Israeli' bulldozers have spoiled my land, cutting down the fruit trees I've planted," said farmer Shaker Afleh on Tuesday, as he and his daughter watched the bulldozers on his land from a kilometer away.
    "Israel's" earth-movers have cut down several trees belonging to more than 10 members of the Abu Dellah family.
    "Bulldozers have been leveling the soil for two days, trying to expand the Blue Line at the expense of our land and livelihoods," Abdallah Abu Dellah said on Tuesday.
    "The international force has done nothing but register 'Israel's' daily violations of Lebanon's territory," he said.
    Shepherds refrained from escorting their herds to the fields for fear of being shot by the "Israeli" soldiers, one resident told The Daily Star.
    "'Israeli' bulldozers are trying to level the greatest number of trees in order to monitor the border easily," the source said.
    The area's residents said they feared that "Israel" would erect barbed-wire fences in their lands and set up a so-called "buffer zone."
    "Israeli" troops set up a fence last week in a Marjayoun field, leveled soil and created a large trench despite the presence of UNIFIL forces.
    Meanwhile, an "Israeli" bulldozer carried out digging work on Tuesday before laying water pipes in the Wazzani River in Marjayoun in a bid to funnel water to the town of Ghajar, the National News Agency (NNA) reported this week. Five "Israeli" tanks were seen in Tallat Mahames inside the eastern sector in the South, the NNA added.
    Further "Israeli" violation of Lebanese airspace took place when "Israeli" reconnaissance jets flew over several Tyre-area villages on Tuesday at noon, the NNA further reported.

    Source:Daily Star, 20-9-2006. Date: 20/09/2006 Time 022


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