It’s quite often rather difficult to interpret speeches from Lebanese leaders; in the sense that you really don’t have a clue whose side the speaker is on. Without much problem, you can take an Opposition speech and believe it’s from the March 14 movement.
Take a look at a recent speech given by Fadlallah, a pro-Hezbollah religious leader:
If you don’t know any better, you’d think he’s speaking out against Hezbollah’s reliance on
"The Lebanese are being led into political labyrinths by a certain political group that is dependent on regional and international authorities that want to turn
Now, you still could think he’s talking about
Fortunately for the naive reader, Fadlallah realized his own ambiguity in time and continued:
…for US projects and European plans, especially the French ones,"
Ah! There we are!
Of course, anyone knowing Fadlallah’s position would already know he’s talking about the Wild Wild West, but still. Speeches like this reminds me a lot of the similarity between statements from Al Qaeda and George Bush: replace God with Allah and the speeches are almost identical.