Hizbullah leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah said, “I respected former Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, but Prime Minister Ehud Olmert must quit.” He described Sharon as someone who “led Israel society,” but felt that Olmert lacked respect of the outside world. Nasrallah reacted to the Winograd Report which blasted Olmert’s role in the Lebanon war last summer as: “there are those in Israel who say they won and there are those who say they lost. This committee has concluded that they lost” and noted the word “lost” appeared at least 100 times in the report.
Nasrallah also attacked the Lebanese government led by Prime Minister Faud Saniora by adding, “When the enemy entity acts honestly and sincerely even if its cause is unjust we cannot but respect it, especially when we look at the other (Lebanese) side which does not investigate, does not study, and does not hold 9anyone) accountable and does not form investigative commissions as if nothing has happened.” Saniora has been attacked Nasrallah and Hizbullah for attempting to create tension and discord in Lebanon.
Information from Jerusalem Post