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Sayed Nasrallah's Speech on the STL Indictment - July 2, 2011 - *English Dub* - Part 1 of 5

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Uploaded on Jul 2, 2011

Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah's Speech on July 2, 2011, in which he addressed the recent STL Indictment, which issued arrest warrants for four Hezbollah members. Sayed Nasrallah said that this indictment is not unexpected; in fact, according to Sayed Nasrallah, it was implied shortly after July 2006 in the French "Le Figaro", and later on in "Der Spiegel". Sayed Nasrallah discussed the fact that the STL did not even bother to question Israel or even put it on the suspects list despite the fact that much of the present evidence (circumstantial and other) clearly pointed to Israel, such as the surveillance footage showed by Hezbollah at an earlier date.

A "leaked" document was shown during the current speech showing that 97 Computer Monitors which where mysteriously transferred to Israel. Sayed Nasrallah then offered evidence linking the STL with the CIA/Israel, showing that many members of the STL where in fact very closely connected with the CIA. Video footage clearly shows STL deputy chief investigator Gerhard Lehmann accepting a bribe. To end the speech, Sayed Hassan addressed the people who cherish the Resistance and fear what is to come. He reassured people that the Indictment was only natural, and the Hezbollah and the Resistance movement are doing well before and after the Indictment. Sayed Nasrallah told his followers not to fear over the fate of the Resistance.

For a summary and a full script of this speech in English, please visit:
http://www.almanar.com.lb/english/ade...

or visit:
http://en.moqawama.org/essaydetailsf....

For a summary in French:
http://almanar.com.lb/french/adetails...

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