„The elite are the men of religion, political leaders, media and press people, and teachers. Everyone can understand the truth and know what is right. These have the responsibility of showing this right and truth to the people. They should not remain silent.... It is the responsibility of people to look for right and truth. As they hear me now, they should not accept everything I say. Even the masses of Hezbollah and the resistance should not do so.... Forget what my faith is and what yours is. Hear what I say and see what I do and hear what others say and see what they do, and then decide.“

— Hassan Nasrallah, Interview with Al-Manar television (31 October 2006) <!-- DEAD LINK http://www.normanfinkelstein.com/article.php?pg=11&ar=680 -->

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