Hanna JaeckelNON-FICTIONAL REALITY BASED INFORMATION ABOUT HEZBOLLAHSat Jul 29, 2006 18:0072.201.70.108
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From: Hanna Jaeckel - firstname.lastname@example.org
Sent: Saturday, July 29, 2006 4:40 AM
Subject: NON-FICTIONAL REALITY BASED INFORMATION ABOUT HEZBOLLAH
Have you ever questioned the methods by which the NWO 's Masters of the Universe measures and decides what groups to label and classify "terrorist organizations"? It could appear to be a catchall for groups who questions and actively fight these madmen's right to rule the world and determine the fate of billions of people, who in no way share the views of the avaricious and power mad few! There is an expression, paraphrased: one man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter! I cut and pasted the highlights from "ask jeeves'" information available about Hezbollah. If your need for reality based knowledge leads you to individually seek the comparable information about Hammas, you will see that both organizations arose from exactly the same set of circumstances - ISRAEL'S attacks on her neighbours and senseless massacres of innocent civilians - both Hezbollah and Hammas arose out of the blood and devastation of nations haplessly being in the way for Israel's insatiable thirst for territory and access to oil. It is my hope, that all of you by now can hear, exactly how hollow "Israel's right to defend itself" rings. This latest round of Israeli crimes against humanity didn't start with "soldiers taken prisoners" by Hezbollah and Hammas - it started by Israel killing a family of 7 on a beach in Gaza and taking most of the Palestinian cabinet prisoners (imagine if a foreign power took bush and his cabinet prisoners - aaaaah one can always dream) - so Hammas decided to grab an Israeli soldier - so what? The soldiers grabbed by Hezbollah were not taken inside of Israel, they were taken from Shebaa Farms, an illegally occupied area of Southern Lebanon (as certified by a UN ??? whatchamacallit). So the Israeli soldiers were taken on Lebanese soil - they had no right to be there in the first place!
I am also very very sad on the occasions when I read mails from people, I otherwise respect in which they brush aside Muslims as being potential threats to "Western religions and cultures" and all or most being radical and or rabid!!! What do you actually know about Muslims? Have you ever lived in their midst (not behind walls in "compounds" overseas) and experienced the kindness, humility, serenity, honour and honesty prevailing among Muslims? Theirs is a religion of human beings being responsible for their neighbours as well as themselves - AND lying is unacceptable, evading having to answer - yes, but lying - absolutely not!!!! See the difference between the cultures and religions right there.
In ending this - I am honourbound to say, that I would believe a Muslim before I would ever believe an American - I am saying this from the bottom of my soul. I have a friend, a Muslim woman, who has been so deeply hurt by the current demeaning of her faith, that she spent weeks and months going through the Q'uran - reading, interpreting the commands and obligations it imposed on its adherents - and she has written extensively about Islam - should any of you question the propaganda which is passing for "knowledge" about the Muslim faith, send your questions to me and I will forward them to her for response and information. I would refer to her by name, but with the US government spying on everybody, I have deemed it in her best interest, not to expose her to possible recriminations from the NSA and other governmental arms which at this point have no limits placed upon them as to the persecution of ANY and ALL Americans and immigrants alike. Please show me, that you are indeed free thinkers and willing to learn to embrace peoples and cultures different from America. If "globalization" is an unavoidable fact - let us embrace it and interpret it to mean, that peoples work together, understand and respect eachothers cultures and mores - not to mention value systems.
Hezbollah provides many social services in Lebanon. According to CNN:"Hezbollah did everything that a government should do, from collecting the garbage to running hospitals and repairing schools."
In 1996 Hezbollah declared in "The Electoral Program of Hizbullah" that it would want to improve educational and health system. Then on May 2006 as UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs published: "Hezbollah not only has armed and political wings - it also boasts an extensive social development programme. The group currently operates at least four hospitals, 12 clinics, 12 schools and two agricultural centres that provide farmers with technical assistance and training. It also has an environmental department and an extensive social assistance programme. Medical care is also cheaper than in most of the country's private hospitals and free for Hezbollah members."
Now Hezbollah social service agencies provide health care and schooling for poor farmers.  Even during the war with Israel during July 2006 when there is no running water in Beirut, Hezbollah is arranging supplies all around the city "People here [in South Beirut] see Hezbollah as a political movement and a social service provider as much as it is a militia that delivers the goods for its followers, in this traditionally poor and dispossessed Shiite community."
The organization views an Islamic republic, on the Iranian model, as the ideal and eventual form of state. However, as their conception of an Islamic republic requires the consent of the people, and since Lebanon remains a religiously and ideologically heterogeneous society (see Demographics of Lebanon), their political platform revolves around more mundane issues. According to their published political platform in 2003, Hezbollah favors the introduction of an Islamic government in Lebanon by peaceful democratic means.
Hezbollah supports the destruction of the state of Israeland has co-operated with other militant Islamic organizations such as Hamas in order to promote this goal.
Hezbollah's ideology is based in the Shi'a tradition of Islam, specifically in the concept of "Willayat Al-Faqih" put forth by Ayatollah Khomeini and other Islamic scholars in Iran. Hezbollah seeks to set up an Islamic government in Lebanon modeled after the one in Iran. The following excerpt is taken from the group's political platform, first published in 1985: "The solution to Lebanon's problems is the establishment of an Islamic republic as only this type of regime can secure justice and equality for all of Lebanon's citizens." The Hizballah organization views as an important goal the fight against 'western imperialism' and its eradication from Lebanon. The group strives for complete U.S. and French withdrawal from Lebanon, including all their institutions.
The goverment of Lebanon has accepted Al-Muqawama al-Islamiyya as an arm against occupation of Lebanese land. The P.M. of Lebanon said that "the continued presence of Israeli occupation of Lebanese lands in the Chebaa Farms region is what contributes to the presence of Hezbollah weapons. The international community must help us in (getting) an Israeli withdrawal from Chebaa Farms so we can solve the problem of Hezbollah's arms."
The United Nations has called for the disbanding of Hezbollah's military wing in UN Security Council Resolution 1559.
DAY 19: AUDIO: "Crisis in the Middle East"
Bush and Blair press conf....Shocking!!!!
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