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 تقرير انج 101 (سيد حسن نصر الله)

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1 Biographical sketch of Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah: “The Nasrallah Enigma” 10 Nov. 03
Source: Al-Bawaba
A Small Glimpse into Nasrallah's World
Lebanon's Hizbullah chieftain, Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah, is perhaps one of the most enigmatic and magnetic leaders in the Middle East. It is only in rare instances that he agrees to be interviewed by Western journalists.
As the expected prisoner swap deal between the Lebanese resistance group and Israel seems to be reaching its "final stages" in recent weeks, each and every word that Nasrallah says is being thoroughly analyzed and examined by the Israeli intelligence services.
In the meantime, Nasrallah has been already preparing himself for the "day after" the prisoner exchange with Israel.
A production crew, headed by Syrian scenarist Nabil Al-Milchem has been filming a documentary entitled "The Nasrallah Riddle". Perhaps this movie would shed some light on the secretive world of the Hizbullah (Party of God) leader.
The movie tells the life story of Nasrallah, who was born to a poor family in a camp near Beirut. From a very young age, he was a remarkable student, devoted to the teachings of Islam, and attracted the attention of the heads of the Shiite leadership in Tehran, till the moment he became a leader in his own right in Lebanon.
Hassan Nasrallah is married to Fatima Yassin, who comes from the Al Abbasiyee village. They have three children remained after their elder son Hadi was killed by Israeli forces at the age of 18. Nasrallah's remaining children are Muhammad al Jawad, Zeinab and Muhammad Ali.
During an interview he once gave, Nasrallah spoke of himself as a family man and stated that at home, he enjoyed spending time with his family. He reads many books, especially the memoirs of political personalities. He has read the “Memoirs of (Israeli Prime Minister Ariel) Sharon” as well as Benjamin Netanyahu’s book “A Place under the Sun”, with the intention of getting to know his enemies.
The dominant figure in "Nasrallah's Riddle" is that of his mother, who raised him in Lebanon until the family moved to Najaf, the holy city for Shiite Muslims in Iraq. His father, Abd al-Karim, was a wondering merchant who made a living selling fruits and vegetables in villages in Southern Lebanon with the help of Hassan's brothers.
2 Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah making a speech upon the occasion of the liberation of Lebanon from asrallah joined the Movement of the hen he lived in Karanteena, neither he nor , after , assan and his brother Hussein became e . the mosque of Sour, he met cleric Sayyed , n
With a slight improvement of their circumstances, the father was able to open a small grocery shop in the neighborhood. Hassan used to visit the shop frequently in order to help, always noticing the picture of Imam Mousa al Sadr hanging on one of the walls. The little child would sit in front of the picture and stare at it, and as Nasrallah recalls, he used to drown into endless dreams. Each time he stared at the picture, his attachment to the Imam increased, and he hoped he would be able to follow his footsteps one day.
Hassan did not look like the other boys in the neighborhood. Those boys used to play football and go swimming, whereas Nasrallah used to go to the mosque in Sin el-Feel area, Bourj Hammoud, or Nabaa, since there was no mosque in Karanteena.
Despite his family not being uniquely religious, Hassan, the young boy, was fascinated by religion, where simple practices such as praying and fasting were insufficient for him, and he would go further.
When Hassan was nine years old, he went to the old martyrs’ square, known as city center, in order to purchase second hand books, which were displayed at the roadsides or carried on wandering carriages.
He used to read anything that would fall into his hands concerning Islam. When he encountered any difficulties understanding a book, he would place it aside to read it later when he grew up.
He finished his elementary education in “Najah” School, being a member of one of the last groups to obtain a “Certificate”. Afterwards, he continued his studies in the public school of Sin el-Feel. The war that began in 1975 forced the family to leave Karanteena and return to the village, where Hassan Nasrallah finished his secondary education at the Sour public school.
Israel in May 2000. Nasrallah is the only Muslim in history to defeat Israel on the battlefield.
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any member of his family belonged to any party, despite the existence of many organizations – some of which were Palestinian – in that region. Howeverhe returned to his village of Bazouriya, he joined Amal. It was a natural decision for him since he was affectionately attached toImam Mousa al Sadr. At that time he was 15and Amal was known by the name of “the movement of the deprived.”
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members of Amal Base, where he becamthe representative in his village despite his young age. During those times, and within afew months, he decided to travel to Najaf in Iraq to study Koranic divine sciences. At that time, he was below the age of sixteen
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Muhammad al Gharawi, who used to teach in the name of Imam Mousa al Sadr, and Hassan spoke to him about his wish to go to Hawza (Islamic Seminary) in Najaf, the village and Shiite religious school, wherestudents chose their teachers, and lived a communal life. Al Gharawi, who knew Sayyed Muhammad Baqir al Sadr in Iraqsent with Hassan a letter of recommendatioto the latter.
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traveled by bus to Najaf. When he reached the city, he had no money on him, not even Nasrallah’s militia is a model for revolutionaryorganization and discipline as shown here Hezbollah parade at Beruit 29 Nov. 01. onsequently, Hassan flew to Baghdad and ne penny. However, there is always – as he pon his arrival, he met some Lebanese ecommendation to yatullah Sayyed Muhammad Baqir al Sadr, in classical Arabic. owever, al-Musawi had told him, “Don’t e s ew arrival. After receiving him and reading ayyed , Sayyed Muhammad Baqir al Sadr turned to nd take care of him.” He then gave ovements, the Iraqi Intelligence's hunt ing of the Shiite mal movement, till its dismantling in the bas econstructs the death f Hadi, Nasrallah's son and the failed ng of his elder son and lives with the elief Hadi is within the most purified l-isma hich radiates on his surroundings in d experience.
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said – a supportive helping hand. What is more important is that he could bear the lifeof modesty. He lived on bread and water, and his bed was a simple mattress.
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who was one of the Hawza magnates, and they replied that Sayyed Abbass al Musawi is capable of doing so. At first, Hassan Nasrallah thought that al-Musawi, a dark colored man, was an Iraqi, therefore he spoke to him
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bother yourself, I am Lebanese, and I comfrom Nabi Sheeth in the Beqaa." This was the beginning of a strong relationship of friendship and partnership between the two. According to the request of Sayyed Muhammad Baqir al Sadr, Al-Musawi waappointed to the custody and teaching of the
nthe letter of recommendation from SMuhammad al Gharawi, the Iraqi religious pioneer asked him if he had any money. When Hassan replied “not even one penny”Sayyed Abbas al-Musawi and told him, “provide him with a room, be his teacher,
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Nasrallah some money to buy clothes and books, in addition to a monthly allowance. The “Nasrallah Riddle” The "Nasrallah Riddle" film depicts the steps in which Nasrallah joined Islamic
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mid 1980s, and the establishment of the Hizbullah organization together with AbMussawi, who was assassinated by the Israeli army in 1992. Following Mussawi's killing, Nassrallah was chosen to replace Mussawi as Secretary General of the Hizbullah, which took control of the villagesof southern Lebanon. The movie also shows Hizbullah's attacks against Israel until the Israeli army's withdrawal from southern Lebanon three years ago. The movie r
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Israeli assassination bid against Nasrallah himself. Nasrallah wanted to receive congratulations and not condolences following the killiHadi. Still, he once said, that as any father,he misses
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goodness of Allah. Hassan Nasrallah made clear that he lost a dear human being, but he knows that they would meet someday. "Nasrallah is a riddle in my opinion", AMilchem said. "I have been following him with cameras, and have discovered how big his influence is, due to his personal char
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Lebanon." Nasrallah is known for his captivating “charisma”, which he believes is a divine gift, and can be developed through education an
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Currently, the film's airing has been delhowever, the production crew predicts that after an agreement will be reached oprisoner swap with Israel, th
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international and Arab television channels. The movie is aimed at portraying Nasrallah as a leader that "doesn't neglect the hardships of his Arab and Palestinian people." By listening to his many vibrant speeches, one can get a clearer idea of what Nasrallah's views are. During one of hspeeches,
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stressed the American colonialism. He explained how the Jews, who cameoutside, raped the lands and built settlemein Palestine. He stressed the helping handthe U.S. to many terrorizing and supprorganizations in the world with arms, intelligence, training, support, and the mossophisticated American weapons, and highlighted the example of Israel who is, among others, militarily sponsored by the U.S. In a rare interview with ABC's Nightlinwith Ted Koppel some three years ago, Nasrallah reiterated his stand regarding Israel,
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and Second World War? After World Wathere was Lebanon, Palestine, Syria, Egypt. There were two mandates, one British, oFrench. There was no state called Israel. There was something called Palestine and the Palestinian people. "…But then violent organizations came, bringing with them many large groups of people from various parts of the world to Palestine. They occupie
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committed massacres… Therefore this stawas established on the basis of occupation
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MNasrallah explained, "I believe that Palestine is an occupied land from the Mediterranean Sea to the Jordan ayed; n a ere will be a reat demand for it, especially by is for example, he explained the ots of the "Zionist occupation" and from nts of essing t e and said, "… where was Israel before e year 1948? During the First World War r I, ne d the land of others, nd displaced the Palestinian people, te ." River, and this is the right of the entire alestinian people, this land. On this land, uslims, Christians and Jews can coexist - as they had for the - r hundreds of years in the framework of a occupy is land or not? What is illegal cannot be ’s , as it happened in ebanon. ay, , there would be no wars,
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democratic state. However, there is no legal and legitimate state called Israel. "Would you allow a people to come from somewhere else and occupy a part of the United States, and set up an independent state, and, after 50 years, you would not be able to stay on this land? The initial point is it permissible for them to come and
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legal just because it has been 50 years. Occupation remains occupation, even if itfor hundreds of years. "Over the last 50 years, the State of Israel has proved that it is an expansionist state, and wants to dominate the region, and it is not convinced of what it has already. It always intervenes in the affairs of the other countries in this region
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"I don’t believe that - ever since the first dI don’t believe that Israel is a candidate for peace in this region." Nasrallah also said that if territories wouldbe returned
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"What we’d like to say is that the occupiers go back to where they came from, for example, the Falashas o
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they only came to Palestine a few years agoPeople of Palestine are expelled. They
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Syria. Meanwhile, they are looking for the Falashas of Ethiopia to bring to PalestiThe ones who came from Russia can go back to Russia, in such a manner. If you return the land to the people, there will be no war, or wars. "This region cannot accept occupation, and the people of this region are ancient peopleand have historic, historical ties and anciecivilizations. "And you cann
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occupy Palestine should gain from the example of the Crusaders who also came here. Palestine was subject to the wars of theCrusades for 2
"In the end", the Hizbullah leader stressed, "no foreign body can continue and survive here. So we can end this without bloodsfrom either side."
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the Arabs and Palestinian people and his A Lebanese Billboard reads: “Hezbollah awaits your signal”. With all the secrecy surrounding Nasrallah and the Hizbullah resistance movement, one thing is clear – Hassan Nasrallah has emerged as one of the most influential and f Ethiopia can go ack to where they came from. They only, . are in ebanon, they are in Jordan, they are in ne. s, nt ot seize their holy, what they old holy, this easily. I think the people who 00 years, and not just fifty. hed powerful forces in the Middle East. He is a ader who endlessly fights for the rights of ourageousness, charisma and devotion e one
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shine through every word he says. Perhaps the "riddle" behind Nasrallah will never be fully solved, but it seems it may also bof the key sources of his power and true leadership. (Albawaba.com) Al-Masakin http://majdur.htmlplanet.com

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