"... March 14 leaders quickly blamed Syria and, by extension, Hezbollah, for the killing, which Nasrallah dismissed in his speech as an opportunity to incite Sunni anger towards Shias."After the crime and assassination of Wissam al-Hassan, March 14 quickly pointed the finger at Syria without any evidence. Others could not stop, and pointed the finger at Hezbollah. They said he (Hassan) was a Sunni, and he was killed by Shias. That's the way they think."..."
Monday, November 12, 2012
"They said he (Hassan) was a Sunni, and he was killed by Shias. That's the way they think."
Posted by G, M, Z, or B at 7:25 PM