Ashura Warning by Hizbullah’s Nasrallah for Middle East Believers!

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ASHURA WARNING By Hizbullah’s NASRALLAH FOR Middle East Believers

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Revelation 17:16,17 – And the ten horns which thou sawest upon the beast, these shall hate the whore, and shall make her desolate and naked, and shall eat her flesh, and burn her with fire.

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[17] For God hath put in their hearts to fulfil his will, and to agree, and give their kingdom unto the beast, until the words of God shall be fulfilled.

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The number of Christians in Lebanon has been disputed for many years.

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There has been no official census in Lebanon since 1932. But official records confirm that in 1926 when the state of Lebanon was officially announced and recognized by the allies the Christians formed 84% of the population. Many argue over the percentage and population of Christians in Lebanon. One estimate of the Christian share of Lebanon’s population as of the late 2000s is 50%. The country has the largest percentage of Christians of all the Middle Eastern nations.

The Maronite Church, a church in communion with the Roman Catholic Church, is the largest and politically most active and influential denomination of Lebanon’s Christians. The Greek Orthodox Church forms the second largest proportion of Lebanese Christians. The Armenian Apostolic Church also forms a large portion of the Christian population in Lebanon. Other branches of Christianity, including the Greek Melkite Catholic Church, an Eastern Catholic Church loyal to the Pope, are very common in Lebanon. The Latin Rite Roman Catholic Church, the Coptic Church, the Syriac Orthodox are also important Christian churches within Lebanon. These branches of Christianity are very influential in daily business and in the economy of Lebanon. In the Lebanese Parliament, Christians hold 64 seats in tandem with 64 Muslim seats.

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The Maronite Catholic church holds 34 seats, the Greek Orthodox 14, and the Armenian, Greek Catholic, and Protestant make up the remaining 22.

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Middle East Media Review Institute (MEMRI)

Special Dispatch No. 2719

December 29, 2009

Hizbullah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah Threatens: Lebanon’s Christians Must Learn from Their Failed Bets on the U.S. and Israel – And from the Situation of Iraq’s Christians

Several days ago on December 23, 2009, former Lebanese prime minister and Kataeb (Phalangist) party chairman Amin Gemayel announced that his faction in the Lebanese parliament intended to appeal to the Constitutional Council over Article 6 of the Ministerial Statement of Sa’d Al-Hariri’s government, which grants legitimacy to Hizbullah’s weapons.

In response, Hizbullah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah, in a December 27, 2009 speech marking the ‘Ashura, called on Lebanon’s Christians to learn from the situation of Iraq’s Christians – whom “not even the mighty U.S. army there can protect.” He also called on them to consider their options for the future, and to learn from past disappointments when they had pinned their hopes on Israel and/or the U.S.

Following are excerpts from Nasrallah’s speech:

Lebanon’s Christians “Must Examine the Outcome of the Bets Some of Them Placed on the U.S. Administration”

“I say to you on this day: We [Hizbullah] are men of patience, men of sacrifice, men of steadfastness. We cannot be provoked, and we will not be ensnared by the provocation of some of the political forces in the domestic Lebanese arena.

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“We understand the background and the circumstances [that led these forces to provoke us]. In the past, they wanted to attack Syria and the [Lebanese] opposition, and also attacked the resistance. [But] today they cannot attack Syria, [since,] Allah be praised, we have entered a new phase in relations [with that country]. Attacking the opposition in general is [also] somewhat difficult [today,] since the ministers of both the opposition and the coalition are in a single government. [Therefore], the [only] thing remaining for them is [to attack] the resistance and its weapons.

“All right, we understand this situation, and we say that we will not be ensnared by any provocation or [attempt] to create tension in Lebanon’s political atmosphere…
“I want to address the Christians in Lebanon… I call on the Christians in Lebanon to conduct a calm discussion, far from the inflammatory speeches, inciting declarations and the like. [I call on them to conduct] a calm discussion amongst themselves regarding the options [that they will choose] for this [stage] and for the future. [I call on them] to benefit from past experience, to consider the experience of the previous decades, and [to examine] the outcome of the bets some of them placed… on Israel. Where did these bets lead Lebanon, particularly the Lebanese Christians? They must examine also the outcome of the bets some of them placed on the U.S. administration, and where these bets led Lebanon, particularly Lebanon’s Christians.”

“The [Entire] Mighty [U.S.] Miltary in Iraq cannot Protect Iraq’s Christians”

“Today we have the example of Iraq before us. One hundred and fifty thousand U.S. troops, [all their] military bases, and the [entire] mighty [U.S.] miltary in Iraq cannot protect Iraq’s Christians. It has reached the point where they cannot assemble in their churches to mark the birth of the Messiah, may He rest in peace.

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“I call on [the Lebanese Christians] to accurately read the international changes, the considerations, and the interests, [and to examine] how international and regional agreements are crafted, and at whose expense. I say to them as a [fellow] Lebanese that the interest of the Christians in Lebanon is in Lebanon, and nowhere else.

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It is in their interest to show openness, to cooperate, and to integrate with the other Lebanese. It is in their interest that no one will bring them into rivalry, enmity, and wars with the other Lebanese.

“The [Lebanese] Christians must not consent to [a situation in which a certain group] among them constantly continues to push them to suicide on the phony pretext of fear [of Hizbullah]…”

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