Mr. Ben-Gvir is known to be an extremist, but why is Mr. Nasrallah mixing in?

Bambi feels the urge to quickly comment on a Reuters article entitled “Hezbollah head says change to Al Aqsa status quo could explode the region” that informs us of the following: “The leader of Lebanon’s powerful armed Hezbollah movement, Hassan Nasrallah, said that any infringement of the decades-long status quo at the Al Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem could lead to an explosion in the region, not just inside Palestinian territories” (

Can Mr. Nasrallah go back to Lebanon’s CRYING problems and leave Jerusalem alone, please? No one cares about who can or cannot visit any mosque’s, church’s, or synagogue’s courtyard in a different country. People of his country, and those born in it but left it, ONLY care about the suffering of the Lebanese people, including a recent migrant boat sinking with two dead and luckily 200 rescued, thanks to the Lebanese Navy assisted by UNIFL ( Thank you.

To conclude this brief post, if Mr. Nasrallah forgot Rémi Bandali famous kids’ song about the aspiration for peace during the bloody Lebanese civil war (1975-1990), here is a reminder from Bambi. The song is in in Arabic, followed by French, then English.

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