No one had been paying attention to Nasrallah lately, and with all the Sunni terrorist groups clotting up the headlines, the leader of the biggest Shiite terrorist group in the world had to do his part to remind the world of why he needs a visit from a friendly flying drone.
“O Prophet, we die for you, my soul and my blood are for you,” he said, urging the crowd to repeat the words after him for the whole world to hear.
Nasrallah, whose Lebanese movement is blacklisted in the United States as a terrorist group, has called for a week of protests across the country over the film, describing it as the “worst attack ever on Islam.”
Hezbollah supporters wave flags and shout slogans during a rally denouncing an anti-Islam film that has provoked a week of unrest in Muslim countries worldwide.
“America must understand… the US must understand that releasing the entire film will have dangerous, very dangerous, repercussions around the world,” he told yesterday’s rally.
We probably shouldn’t worry though, because according to prominent academic and bigot, Judith Butler, Hezbollah is actually a progressive member of the left, whose threats of dangerous, very dangerous repercussions, don’t involve bombs, but some slamming small poetry.
“The world must realize that our rage will not subside. This is just the start of a wave of global protest sponsored by all the Muslim peoples. The aim will be to defend the Prophet Mohammed’s name,” Nasrallah told the masses, who marched through Hezbollah stronghold in southern Beirut.
“They didn’t understand,” he continued, “that the way they depicted the Prophet would insult us. They need to realize that on behalf of Mohammed, we will spill our blood.”
Yes, that’s definitely very progressive.