He also elaborates his plan for mutual distraction between Israel and Lebanon. Such a peace loving megalomaniac blood thirsty Arab Ghandi.
Terrorists keep wishing to impose the equation of 3+2=-1. It doesn't work. If you commit acts of war - you open a war, it's not 'an excuse'. Blowing up an Israeli envoy inside Israel and abducting soldiers is an act of war. Obviously he knows that, so he tries to create an equation where they'll have their revenge, and another one, and another one, and Israel will not retaliate in any way.
It's pretty obvious what's going on here. If you've listened to Ahmedinajad and Assad over the last 3 weeks you'd notice they have already written a certain script for the upcoming summer.
I can only hope that this particular dung beetle, Nasrallah, crawls back to his ball of shit underground for as long as possible. Potentially dying for any natural or unnatural cause. And war is avoided for as long as possible.
If normal logic would ever be employed by the hostile Muslims surrounding and residing in Israel - then they'll accept simple equations. 1=1, 1+1=2 etc... or in other words: If you want peace, sign a peace treaty and abide by it - but if you live by the sword, prepare get a bloody lip. You don't scare a pigeon with wine (if you read that in Hebrew, it makes sense, something about mispronouncing a whore and penis)
Nasrallah threatens to attack Ben-Gurion Airport
Hezbollah secretary-general says 'Israel needs no excuse' to attack Lebanon. 'If you destroy buildings in Dahiya – we will destroy buildings in Tel Aviv,' Nasrallah warns. He slams US President Obama, who he says cannot help Lebanon as he has failed in stopping settlements
Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah delivered a televised speech in Beirut on Tuesday, saying that Israel "needs no excuse" to attack Lebanon.
"If Israel wants to, it initiates an excuse," he noted, warning the Jewish state that "if you destroy buildings in Dahiya (Beirut quarter known as Hezbollah's stronghold) – we will destroy buildings in Tel Aviv."
Nasrallah also threatened to attack infrastructures on the shoreline. "I am saying to the Israelis, if you attack the international airport in Beirut, we will strike Ben-Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv. If you attack our ports, we will attack your ports, and if you attack our oil terminals, industrial zones and power stations – we will do the same to you," he threatened.
The Hezbollah leader added that his organization was "under a wave of threats on Israel's part", saying that "when Israel wants to attack a certain country, it needs no excuses. Even in the July 2006 war, the two hostages were not the excuse.
"If Israel wants, it initiates an excuse. It initiates a failed assassination attempt and blames Hezbollah, the Palestinians or anyone it wants," he said.