Nasrallah about Lieberman: Let's see what he's got

By JPOST.COM STAFF
February 16, 2009 20:54

 
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Hizbullah Leader Hassan Nasrallah made his first comments on Monday about the results of the Israeli election, telling supporters that they should not fear the rising power of Israel Beiteinu, despite the Right-wing rhetoric of its chairman, MK Avigdor Lieberman. "The good news is that Israel is speaking more honestly and more clearly," he said. "But don't let this frighten you." "[Don't worry about] those who [try] to frighten you," Nasrallah continued. "I say to you: They were all beaten in Lebanon: Begin, Sharon, Rabin, Barak, Netanyahu, Olmert, Livni." "There is one who hasn't tried, and his name is Lieberman. Let's see what's he's got," the Hizbullah chief added.

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