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August 17, 2012

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The Party of Allah, aka Hezbollah has built a multi-million dollar theme park designed to indoctrinate its children about the glory of martyrdom against its enemy Israel.

The mostly-outdoor museum features barbed wire, tanks, rockets, archive video footage and a lot of guns, and they’re calling it “resistance tourism.”

It doesn’t get any sicker or more demented than this. And so it will remain, unless and until the Muslim world stops indoctrinating its children with HATE from cradle to grave. 

Below are some pictures of the so-called theme park that glorifies death and destruction. The piece also includes a short video of the reporter's guided tour through horrorland (frankly, the light & breezy air, and the reporter's airheaded reactions during the tour are revolting.) 

Referring to Hezbollah as a “militant group” is like calling the Nazis a militant group. The Nazi Party also provided "social services” to their select few, in between committing crimes against humanity. So it's time to stop pandering and referring to these murderous barbarians in politically-correct terms. These killers are not “militants,” they’re cutthroat murderous barbarians, and any society (or religion) that allows such animals to flourish in its midst is equally culpable for their crimes.

As to the European Union’s refusal to list Hezbollah as a terrorist group, well, Europe is simply being Europe, i.e., capitulators (whether active or passive), whose contributions to world peace have included Nazism, Fascism, Communism, and now Islamism.

Dailymail.co.uk  |  August 15, 2012

Inside The Hezbollah 'Theme Park' Where Children Are Taught The Glory Of Martyrdom

  • Multi-million pound museum is built on former militant stronghold in the Lebanese town of Mleeta
  • It features tanks, rockets, archive video footage and even a gift shop

By Graham Smith

Lebanese militant group Hezbollah has built a multi-million pound theme park designed to indoctrinate its children about the glory of martyrdom against its enemy Israel.

The mostly-outdoor museum features barbed wire, tanks, rockets, archive video footage and a lot of guns.

Visitors are able to walk around replica war scenes that feature destroyed Israeli tanks - including one symbolically rendered impotent by a twisted firing barrel - and grave stones lying on their side.

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Tourist attraction: Lebanese militant group Hezbollah has built a multi-million pound theme park designed to indoctrinate its children about the glory of martyrdom against its enemy Israel 


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Part art: The mostly-outdoor museum in the town of Mleeta features barbed wire, tanks, rockets, archive video footage and a lot of guns


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Reality: The theme park was constructed atop one of Hezbollah strongholds in the town of Mleeta


The video segment of the tour allows visitors to watch a history of Hezbollah that clearly sets out the organisation's grievances with Israel and celebrates its victories against it.

The theme park was constructed atop one of their strongholds in the town of Mleeta.

It was designed to attract a wide range of visitors, including children and western tourists.

A walk inside what was once an active bunker even allows tourists to hold onto a machine gun, just like Hezbollah fighters once did.

New footage has emerged after a reporter for Vice.com took a guided tour of the museum.

And while it might make for a fascinating day trip, Hezbollah's real motive is to promote what it calls 'resistance tourism'.

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Symbolic: Replica war scenes feature destroyed Israeli tanks - including this one rendered impotent by a twisted firing barrel


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Indoctrination: The concept of 'resistance tourism' is taken to its logical conclusion



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Gift shop: Visitors can buy tourist-friendly items such as this cap featuring Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah


The militant group, which was founded in the 1980s to oppose Israel's occupation of southern Lebanon, is keen to promote its ideology.

Its most recent conflict with Israel took place in 2006, when the pair went to war after the Lebanese guerilla group killed three Israeli soldiers and captured two others in a cross-border raid.

Although Israel inflicted heavy damage on the Hezbollah, it was unable to prevent it from firing some 4,000 rockets into Israel during the month-long conflict.

Since then, Israel has accused Hezbollah of repeatedly violating the UN-brokered ceasefire by restocking its arsenal and covertly moving forces into south Lebanon, near the Israeli border.

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Armoury: The militant group, which was founded in the 1980s to oppose Israel's occupation of southern Lebanon, is keen to promote its ideology



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Disrespectful: An Israeli grave lies on its side as every opportunity to slight the enemy is seized upon


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A walk inside what was once an active bunker even allows tourists to hold onto a machine gun, just like Hezbollah fighters once did


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Hezbollah's most recent conflict with Israel took place in 2006, when the pair went to war after the Lebanese guerilla group killed three Israeli soldiers and captured two others in a cross-border raid


Just last year, Israel believed Hezbollah had more than 40,000 rockets, nearly three time the pre-war level, including more powerful weapons capable of reaching Israel's Tel Aviv heartland.

Israel has for years accused Hezbollah of re-arming with the help of Iran and Syria, setting up 'rocket villages' in southern Lebanon.

The Israel-Lebanon border has been tense but largely quiet since the war, which killed around 1,200 Lebanese and 160 Israelis, according to official counts from each side.

Original article and video here.


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