Egyptian Intellectuals Praise Hezbollah, Resistance

Egyptian intellectuals, clerics and politicians considered honesty, belongingness, and even the geographical location as assets for the Lebanese Resistance and its Secretary General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah. They also viewed Hezbollah fighting conscious ideology as a main reason for the resistance victory, saying Hezbollah resistant structure gave it popularity that increased due to the credibility of its Secretary General.

lebanon may 2008
 
The Egyptian views were explored in a poll organized by the Cairo-based Arab Committee for the support to the Lebanese Resistance on the reasons behind Hezbollah’s victory on Israel and its agents. The poll, entitled “Resistance as seen by Egyptian intellectuals,” showed the objective perspective of the resistance movement in Lebanon as well as the clear perception of the causes of its victory.
 
The Egyptian figures stressed the Lebanese Resistance’s belief in the legality of its cause played a major role in achieving victories while at the same time abandoning any tendency to personalize Hezbollah’s organizational structure and the complete devotion to the cause. They added that these characteristics as well as the history of martyrs and their lofty values constitute the guidelines on the road to victory.
 
The Egyptian intellectuals also ruled out the possibility that the latest Lebanon incidents have negatively affected Hezbollah’s popularity. They stressed that what happened in Beirut was victory of the choice of resistance on the  Zionist-American scheme that sought to escalate the situation in Beirut to spread to other Lebanese regions to cause in Lebanon. They underlined that recent incidents were political, not sectarian.
 
“Sayyed Nasrallah is mandated by a large Arab popular base and the popular forces support him, despite the fact that some Arab leaders and governments that are allied with the US, differ on his role,” they said.
 
In the end, the Egyptian intellectuals, clerics and politicians quoted an Israeli remark acknowledging the strength of the Lebanese resistance: “No force could ever defeat Hezbollah.”

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