Media Awaiting Hizbullah SG Indispensable Conference…
Thursday morning, titles on the "surprise" Hizbullah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah is about to reveal Thursday night stormed Lebanese newspapers.
This is after Hizbullah Relations media stated on Wednesday that Sayyed Nasrallah is to address the Lebanese through a press conference Thursday night, which despite the fact that he will be delivering two speeches on the 25th and 30th of July.
According to As-Safir daily, Hizbullah SG will make a well-toned stance that could also include a "big surprise" for the Lebanese. The paper added he will unveil new information about the international tribunal and espionage networks.
An-Nahar newspaper also wondered whether Nasrallah would continue with what he started in his speech last Friday or whether he would call for "calm".
Al-Akhbar newspaper reported that Sayyed Nasrallah will tackle the circumstances behind the 2008 May events, false witnesses in the Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL), "Israeli" espionage and the Internal Security Forces-Information Branch in his speech scheduled for later in the day.
Sayyed Nasrallah does not aim to provoke reactions or blame specific people in his address, but instead hopes to nullify any attempt to target Hizbullah through an STL indictment, Al-Akhbar daily reported.
The daily quoted an unnamed source as saying that the tribunal's evidence is faulty since it is based on witnesses and the telecommunications sector. "Witnesses turned out to be false and the telecommunication sector was infiltrated by "Israeli" agents", the source added.
His Eminence, in his Friday speech, wondered whether the ISF Intelligence Bureau knew about telecom spy Charbel Qazzi before his arrest by the Army
Sayyed Nasrallah also linked the arrests of spies to the international query into the 2005 assassination of ex-Premier Rafiq Hariri, slamming the pending indictment of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon as "fabricated."
Hizbullah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah will hold "the important press conference" on Thursday night at 8:30 (Beirut Time) at the Shahed school hall on the airport road.
The coming week will surely be a one full of strokes, some "pats" and others "blows", but nothing will change or affect the stance of the resistance, which remains to be decisive and crystal clear.