Iran’s puppet in Lebanon, Hezbollah chieftain Hassan Nasrallah, is angry.
He’s angry at Saudi Arabia for attacking the Iranian-backed Houthi rebels, trying to prevent Iran from taking over Yemen.
He’s angry at Palestinian Authority chieftain Mahmoud Abbas, who openly expressed support for Saudi Arabia.
He hasn’t said anything yet about Hamas, but they also expressed support for Yemen and the Saudi coalition.
As Iran makes its way to becoming the North Korea of the Middle East, Nasrallah is angry that Iran isn’t receiving support from his fellow anti-Israel terrorist groups.
But it makes sense, the Middle East is breaking back down into its traditional battle lines.
The Iranian Shi’ites and the Hezbollah Shi’ites are fighting against the Syrian citizens, who are mostly Sunnis.
Hamas and Fatah (Palestinian Authority) are mostly Sunnis, and they probably aren’t thrilled their fellow Sunnis are being killed by Shi’ites.
And as much as all the Muslim groups hate Israel, they hate each other even more.
So now, when the expansionist Islamic Republic of Iran starts openly trying to create their Shi’ite hegemony in the Middle East, backed by nuclear weapons, alliances will naturally shift from the convenient enemy (Israel) to the real enemy (their fellow Muslims).
Nasrallah is angry. But he shouldn’t be.
He’s just been locked in his bomb shelter so long he’s forgotten what the real world really about.