Lebanese Sheikh slams Nasrallah: Israeli enemy mustn't be underestimated

August 16, 2009 16:21


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Lebanese Sunni Mufti of Mt. Lebanon Sheikh Muhammad Al-Jozo slammed Hizbullah Sunday and warned of a "new tragedy" the terror group was dragging Lebanon into. According to Israel Radio, Al-Jozo said in a speech made over the weekend that Hizbullah leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah was exaggerating when he spoke of victory over Israel in the Second Lebanon War. Al-Jozo said Lebanon paid, and was continuing to pay, a heavy price since the war. The strength of the enemy which destroyed south Lebanon, demolished the Dahia (the Hizbullah-controlled quarter in Beirut) and destroyed bridges and power plants in the war three years ago.

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