*1 - The so-called "Lebanese Islamic Resistance" is isolated by definition and self-claimed allegiances, and I am not in the business of speculating, I am only reporting their own statements.
*2 - In simple words: Says Who? Who decided that nationalism pride is a "Pagan" doctrine? the notion is -in my personal opinion- laughable.
*3 - Please do elaborate on that, more anecdotal, how, says who and where, why? Of course, I am assuming and only for the sake of the argument that we are living in a political environment driven by and only by Islamic teachings and a certain set of their interpretation.
*4 - Again, another laughable notion, and a connection that reveals eclecticism at its best, and here am talking about the putting inter-clans conflicts and burying newborn girls alive, and one can easily argue that the post-Islam period witnessed a fair amount of "conflicts", maybe the titles changed, and what used to be called a tribal conflict changed into a Jihad/conquest activities.
*5 - I am extremely against the term "Jihilliya (ignorance)", it is both detestable and derogatory, and I recall a comprehensive discussion on that issue led JOOD, I will dig it up or at least refer you there for she said it better than I can ever put it out.
*6 - Give me a break, I will give it to you, and only or the sake of the argument, that the Nationalism doctrine is the work of the devil, can't you at least give us the credit of being able to reach it on our own?! Does it always have to be imported? and does that mean that we used to live in a Utopian heaven prior to this brazen Imperialistic intervention?!
*7 - If we will re-define: fighter, resistance, Jihad, and victory, then you have a valid point down there.
*8 - I am all with people's right to act upon their beliefs and what they perceive as divine orders, but do you think that this is the right time to ruminate such speeches and doctrines of doctrines of exclusion and intolerance?! Especially after referring to Nationalism -which is more close to the human nature and thus more likely to unite and bring people together- as a pagan doctrine when in fact the counter-school exhibits more exclusion and fanaticism than it accuses the others of?
PS: Thanks for sharing