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Hezbollah’s hate speech: how realistic is fear of a religious war in the Middle East?

Hezbollah’s leader Hassan Nazrallah had a genuine hate speech this morning in Lebanon, in front of a packed square in Beirut in Lebanon. How realistic is fear of a religious war in the Middle East? And what are the different Islamic beliefs in the region? Differences between Sunni and Shia e.g. and what does history say?


You will find it all in this video, because I did a study to find out how the stakes are at the moment in the Middle East. I also found what we can do as the international community to help stop the war in Israel. 



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Anastasía Vassiliou, MA

Countess Anastasía Vassiliou, born in Athens, obtained a Master's degree in Greek & French Literature and studied music in Thessaloniki, Greece. She speaks 7+ languages and was trained as a political leader by her family, who were the rulers of Anatolia. --- Anastasía ran a successful business in in-company trainings when she suddenly got paralysed. Out of love for her children she discovered how to cure all diseases and healed many patients including herself. While recovering she started news website Insider Times with news directly from political leaders and diplomats.

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