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Clashes in Beirut After Nasrallah Vows to Use Weapons
Fierce clashes with assault rifles and rocket-propelled grenade launchers raged in several Beirut districts shortly after Hizbullah leader Hassan Nasrallah vowed to use weapons to defend his party’s communications system.
Nasrallah, in a closed circuit press conference, accused the government of launching war against Hizbullah, stressing that “this is a new era in which all red lines have collapsed.”
“We are in war and they wouldn’t be able to predict our reaction,” Nasrallah said.
Shortly after his press conference was over, clashes broke out between Hizbullah members and Mustaqbal movement supporters in Beirut districts of Msaitbeh, Ras Nabaa, Mazraa and Basta.
The crackle of gunfire echoed across the streets of Beirut’s western sector along with the thuds of exploding RPGs.
Nasrallah said his wire communications network is a “weapon” vital for Hizbullah’s resistance and security of the party’s leaders.
“The hand that extends to touch the network would be chopped off,” Nasrallah threatened.
He also accused Progressive Socialist Party leader Walid Jumblat of being the “real prime minister, and (Premier Fouad) Saniora is his poor employee.”
In typical fashion, the muslim terrorist Nasrallah resorts to threats and insults, while furthering the sectarian rift in Lebanon.