May 12, 2008, - 11:24 am

EXCLUSIVE From Lebanon: Iran Revolutionary Guard Caught Fighting for Hezbollah

By Debbie Schlussel
Although Hezbollah has retreated–by its own choice (and it could easily return and retake)–from Beirut, the Iranian/Syrian-backed, Lebanese terrorist group is fighting in the surrounding hills.
My exclusive Lebanese Intelligence sources tell me that a number of Hezbollah terrorist fighters have been caught, over the weekend, and they cannot speak Arabic, only Farsi. They are Iranian and have identified themselves or been identified by third parties as members of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard. This is the same group that, under Khomeini, took over the U.S. Embassy in Tehran and kept U.S. civilians hostage for over 444 days in 1979-81, in Iran.

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As I reported, last week, Druze leader Walid Jumblatt (previously a Syria supporter) called for an end to flights to Lebanon from Iran. He claimed that these flights were likely being transport Iranian fighters and their weapons into Lebanon for a big conflagration and takeover.
Now, his claims have been borne out.
Again, Iranian Revolutionary Guard members are fighting on behalf of Hezbollah on the ground of Lebanon, near Beirut.
Iran is expanding its temporary satellite state from South Lebanon to the entire country. Where is George Bush on this? Nowhere to be seen.
Heckuva job, Bushie!
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6 Responses

I’m sure they were there for peaceful purposes. Maybe Jimmy Carter can talk to them.

samurai on May 12, 2008 at 11:33 am

Iran is the real enemy. Bush does nothing. He attends weddings while Israelis attend funerals.

FreethinkerNY on May 12, 2008 at 2:31 pm

Maybe we can send Cundi to the region. She can summarily blame Israel for roadblocks and other lifesaving measures as a rationale for Hezbollah belligerency and Iranian hegemony.

Bubbaman on May 12, 2008 at 3:12 pm

Excellent reporting. It is apparent that since 9/11 the US overall has lost ground on the misnamed War on Terror, and that is nothing compared to what will happen when we withdraw from the Mideast. Our enemies have gained a lot of ground in the last few years. These events would be an excellent way for the 2 1/2 candidates running for President to distinguish themselves in a positive way from the paralysis of the Bush administration when it is not actively conniving with our enemies.

c f on May 12, 2008 at 3:31 pm

What can Bush do? The MSM have brainwashed Americans into thinking ANY action in the middle east is wrong. Just imagine Bush on TV tonight saying he is going to invade Iran! I can hear Kennedy, Reid and Pelosi now: ‘He’s insane! We need to impeach him now!’ Then all the mindless followers on the DNC falling on lockstep calling for his head.
Time to ressurect the old Beach Boys parody song “Bomb, bomb, bomb…bomb, bomb Iran”

you are right on May 13, 2008 at 7:46 am

While Bush isn’t exactly on my X-mas card list, I have to agree with “you are right” on the premise that I, too, am gettinig tired of ‘Bush-bashing’ over this topic. The dumbocrats don’t want to do anything to nip the problem in the bud. G-d forgive we should just merely decimate the thugs of the world. It’s bad enough that we hear, ” we’re only there for the oil!” yet gas is pushing $4-5 a gallon and a barrel of crude is over $100. Where’s the oil? Oh yeah, it’s in ANWR and off the coast in the Atlantic, Pacific, and Gulf but Nooooooo, we don’t want drilling platforms 25-30 miles offshore because they’d be an eyesore. Hell, anyone who can see that far with the naked eye should be leaping tall buildings in a single bound too!
We should have taken care of the Iran problem years ago, especially in the aftermath of the hostage situation but peanuts are only good for so much and that’s all we had in the White House.
Let’s get past the finger-pointing and whining and get down to the business of cleaning house. I say we turn Iran, Iraq, Syria, and the rest into giant sandboxes and the rest of the terrorist world will wake up and take notice. It’s hard to impose islamfascism when you’re dead.

1shot1kill on May 13, 2008 at 8:38 am

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