A Palestinian throws a stone at Israeli police while standing on the roof of a car during clashes following the funeral of Palestinian teenager who died after being shot during protests in Jerusalem in the East Jerusalem neighbourhood of Ras al-Amud May 14, 2011. (REUTERS/Baz Ratner)
Hezbollah terror leader Hassan Nasrallah praised the brave protesters who stormed across Lebanon and Syria’s borders with Israel. It was easy for him. He was hiding in a hole while his supporters were out risking their lives clashing with Israeli soldiers.
Jerusalem Post reported:
Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah on Monday praised the citizens who demonstrated at the Lebanese border on Sunday as part of Nakba Day events, and promised them that their “right of return” would be realized soon. Lebanese newspaper the Daily Star reported that ten were killed and over 100 wounded as clashes turned violent at the border.
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“We must bow before the courage, the bravery, of those who protested yesterday at Lebanon and Syria’s borders with occupied Palestine, who faced the tyranny of the enemy with bare chests and their heads held high,” Nasrallah said in a Hezbollah statement quoted by AFP.