Nasrallah: Bush a 'Terrorist Leader'

Ad Feedback - DAMASCUS - Hezollah spiritual leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah said his group welcomed the criticism of US President George W. Bush, calling him a "terrorist leader."

"Every resistance movement in the world should be proud to take criticism from world terrorist leaders like and his cadre," read a statement by Sheikh Nasrallah.

"Bush's comments are proof that the Lebanese resistance movement is on the right track," he said.

Nasrallah's remarks followed the President's speech April 17, marking the 1983 terror attack on the US Embassy in Beirut.

"Since the Beirut attack, we and citizens of many countries have suffered more attacks at the hands of Hezbollah and other terrorists, backed by the regimes in Teheran and Damascus, which use terror and violence against innocent civilians," Bush said.

"All nations should condemn such brutal attacks and recognize that the purposeful targeting of civilians is immoral and unjustifiable," he said.

Source: The Jerusalem Post

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