Hezbollah's young adherents emboldened after US announcement on Jerusalem

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(Worthy News) - Ali is six, and yet already he fiercely chants "Death to America" and "Death to Israel" at a rally alongside his family. It is a typical Beirut rally, organized by the Shia militia Hezbollah, to protest US President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

"At six, he is too old to not be here," his mother Fatima said as she pushed the stroller carrying Ali's baby brother, justifying her decision to bring her children to a political rally. She seemed unconcerned that his words were hate speech.

Fatima is a follower of Shia Islam and a Hezbollah supporter, like most of the thousands of people who had gathered in south Beirut's Dahiya district, Hezbollah's Shia-majority heartland. [ Source: Deutche Welle (Read More...) ]

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1 thought on “Hezbollah's young adherents emboldened after US announcement on Jerusalem”

  1. It's much the same as a KKK rally in the USA has been all along.

    Grandparents and parents, aunts and uncles, it's a family affair. People are born into that kind of hatred and live it their whole lives long. Is it any wonder generation after generation raise up their next generations to hate the same? With the same goals?

    After Adam and Eve both transgressed God's Word to them in that garden, what was the next sin? Scapegoating someone else? That's how old that sin is. No one knows what God would have done if Adam, and Eve, had just taken the credit for each, their own sin, themselves, instead of blaming another.

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