Hezbollah, Other Terrorists Are Already In Ghana – Charles Sam

There are Hezbollah fighters and other Islamist fundamentalist terrorist groups in Ghana, motivational Speaker Charles Sam has warned.

“There are Hezbollahs in this country and in West Africa and I can name different types of people but not every Hezbollah is a fighter”, Mr. Sam said on Friday.

According to him, “some of them could be ex-fighters, you never know, and Iran’s investments in a lot of African countries are now going through Hezbollah elements”.

He therefore says the Government of Ghana must be extra vigilante and have a very strong intelligence gathering system to profile and monitor the activities of terrorist elements in the West African country.

Mr. Sam gave the warning on his programme “One Nation” on the XYZ Breakfast Sow on Friday September 27, 2013.

His warning comes on the heels of terrorist group, al-Shabab’s recent massacre of non-Muslims at the Westgate mall in Nairobi Kenya.

Charles Sam says Ghana’s security agencies must be on the alert, especially because Ghana has contributed troops to quell the insurrection in Mali, thus putting the country in harm’s way.

Hezbollah, “Party of Allah” or “Party of God” is a Shi’alslamic militant group and political party based in Lebanon.

Its Paramilitary wing is regarded as a resistance movement throughout much of the Arab and Muslim worlds, and is considered more powerful than the Lebanese Army. It has taken the side of the government in the Syrian civil war and in May–June 2013 successfully assisted in the recapture of the strategic town of Qusayr.

The governments of the U.S., Netherlands, France,Gulf Coorperation Council, U.K., Australia, Canada, the European Union and Israel, classify Hezbollah as a terrorist organisation, in whole or in part.

Hezbollah was conceived by Muslim clerics and funded by Iran following the Israeli invasion of Lebanon, and was primarily formed to offer resistance to the Israeli occupation.

Its leaders were followers of Ayatollah Khomeini, and its forces were trained and organised by a contingent of 1,500 Iranian Revolutionary Guards that arrived from Iran with permission from the Syrian government.

Hezbollah’s 1985 manifesto listed its four main goals as “Israel’s final departure from Lebanon as a prelude to its final obliteration”, ending “any imperialist power in Lebanon”, submission of the Phalangists to “just rule” and bringing them to trial for their crimes, and giving the people the chance to choose “with full freedom the system of government they want”, while not hiding its commitment to the rule of Islam.

Hezbollah leaders have also made numerous statements calling for the destruction of the State of Israel, which they refer to as the “Zionist entity”.


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