How will Hizbollah respond to the assassination of one of its commanders in Syria?

Samir Kantar, a Hizbollah commander with a long history of terrorist and militant involvement, was killed in an air strike in the government-held district of Jaramana, Damascus.

While Israel has neither officially confirmed nor denied involvement, in response to allegations that the country was responsible for Kantar’s death, Israeli government minister Yuval Steinitz sarcastically joked: “It is possible that the Finnish intelligence service acted here and did a good job”, noting that “if something happened to him, I think that no civilised person can be sorry.”

  • Martin B

    “…if something happened to him, I think that no civilized person can be sorry”

    There seems to be a shortage of civilized persons in the Muslim world. Just look at these hideous hags mourning and ululating over the death of this monster:

    • Disgusting.

    • Exile1981

      They are so poor they need foreign aid but they have funds for those full color laminated photos…

  • simus1

    As long as his minions keep moving up and filling the spaces left by their dead in battle all is right with the world.

  • Hard Little Machine

    they should have nuked that funeral then blanketed the remains with Sarin and bubonic plague. then napalmed the whole place and nuked it again for good measure.