Hizbullah’s Spiritual Leader in Critical Condition

(Arutz Sheva) Hizbullah’s Shi’ite spiritual leader Grand Ayatollah Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah has been hospitalized in Beirut for internal bleeding and is reported to be struggling for his life. CNN quoted Hizbullah sources as saying that Fadlallah may not live much longer.

The 75-year-old leader is the spiritual guide to Hizbullah, headed by Hassan Nasrallah, and backed the Iranian revolution against the Shah. The Iranian Revolutionary Guard helped establish the Hizbullah terrorist organization.

Fadlallah has advocated suicide attacks against Israel and has survived several assassination attempts against him. One of his former bodyguards was Imad Mughniyeh, who was killed in a car-bombing in Damascus two years ago. In 1985, a car bomb exploded near his Beirut house, but he and Mughniyeh survived the blast.

He wrote U.S. President Barack Obama last year, "The size of support and cover-up provided by your country for the Zionist entity has become known. This entity was established on the land whose people were uprooted by the power of iron and fire.”

He previously has stated, "I say that America, in its policy that aspires to impose hegemony on the world is an evil with no good in it." He also has urged economic boycotts against Israel and the United States.,

Two years ago, he said on the Hizbullah Al-Manar satellite network, "Zionism has inflated the number of victims in this holocaust beyond imagination. They say there were six million Jews – not six million, not three million, or anything like that.”

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