Editor-in-Chief of the Kuwaiti Daily Al-Siyassah and Arab Times, Ahmed Al-Jarallahrecently wrote an article critical of Hezbollah and its leader Sheik Hassan Nasrallah. The following are excerpts from the article: 
Nassrallah "Has Chosen to Adopt an Arrogant Attitude, Similar to that of Saddam Hussein"
"…If the [Syrian] regime is subjected to a military attack, as in the case of Saddam Hussein, what will happen to its allies in Lebanon, such as Hizbullah and its leader Hassan Nasrallah? This question has come to the fore after the speech of U.S. President George Bush, who promised to dismantle all dictatorial regimes in the Middle East.
"Hassan Nasrallah, who has a sharp brain, is aware of the oncoming dangers and has built a network of connections through southern Beirut, Damascus, and Tehran. In his wisdom, Nasrallah has vowed to inflict a disgracing defeat on the U.S. troops if they approach Lebanon. This man has chosen to adopt an arrogant attitude, similar to that of Saddam Hussein, knowing fully well how Saddam's power and authority came to an end.
"Nasrallah is speaking the language of the Fifties and Sixties. He is acting in line with the slogans of Syrian students, who in those days used to chant 'half of the Americans died in Vietnam and we will kill the other half.' It is unfortunate some wise people are delivering such speeches to the Syrians and Lebanese.
"Such speeches may jeopardize the lives of the people in Syria and Lebanon because neither Syria, nor Hizbullah, can fill the huge gap in the balance of power with their adversaries. It appears Hassan Nasrallah has lost his mind because he has abandoned his political wisdom and angered the only superpower in the world instead of calming his people. The Lebanese are aware of the capabilities of the United States. They, and all Arabs, know the real size of this man and his threats."
Assad Should Follow Gaddafi
"Nasrallah is threatening the opposition in Lebanon, echoing the voice of the Syrian regime. The whole world - including the Secretary General of Hizbullah - knows the battle is … between the international community and the Syrian regime. Nasrallah knows his speech won't delay the Syrian withdrawal or end the international pressure on Syria to comply with UN Resolution 1559.
"We hope the Syrian regime, which is struggling under international pressures, won't dance the tune of Hizbullah. This cornered regime should seriously think about accelerating its withdrawal from Lebanon and give in to international demands, Gaddafi style.
"The Syrian regime has to make a wise choice to save its people…"
"Threatening and Taunting the U.S troops Won't Help Hizbullah "
"[Syria and Hizbullah] should show their patriotism by wanting to see Lebanon free and independent. They should know Syria won't remain in their country for long but there will be mutual ties between two equal countries. Threatening and taunting the U.S. troops won't help Hizbullah, Lebanon, Syria, or Iran. Hassan Nasrallah won't be able to face them if the U.S. forces come to Lebanon. We remember how Saddam boasted he would chop the heads of Americans if they dared to come near Baghdad. In the end it was his head which was chopped off."
For more on Ahmed Al-Jarallah, see: Special Dispatch No. 826, "Editor of Kuwaiti Daily: 'Arab Regimes Must Understand the U.S. Administration Supports The Freedom and Rights of the Arabs,'" December 10, 2004, Editor of Kuwaiti Daily: 'Arab Regimes Must Understand the U.S. Administration Supports The Freedom and Rights of the Arabs';
Special Dispatch No. 775, " Editor of Kuwaiti Daily: 'We are with President Bush,'" September 1, 2004, Editor of Kuwaiti Daily: 'We Are With President Bush';
Special Dispatch No. 701, "Editor of Kuwaiti Dailies Ahmad Al-Jarallah's Recent Editorials on the Middle East," April 26, 2004, Editor of Kuwaiti Dailies Ahmad Al-Jarallah's Recent Editorials on the Middle East;
Special Dispatch Series No. 626, " Editor of Kuwaiti Daily: 'The U.S. is not Going to Quit… It will Convert Poles of Jihadi Flags into Arrows to Pierce the Hearts of Terrorists,'" December 10, 2003 Editor of Kuwaiti Daily: 'The U.S. is not going to Quit… It will Convert Poles of Jihadi Flags into Arrows to Pierce the Hearts of Terrorists';
Special Dispatch Series No. 620, " Editor of Kuwaiti Daily: Syria's Secret Service is Behind the 'Iraqi Resistance'" December 5, 2003 Editor of Kuwaiti Daily: Syria's Secret Service is Behind the 'Iraqi Resistance';
Special Dispatch No. 606, "Editor of the Kuwaiti Daily Al-Siyassa: The New Iraq Will Be 'the Beacon of Freedom, Democracy, and Respect to Human Rights in the Middle East,'" November 10, 2003 Editor of the Kuwaiti Daily Al-Siyassa: The New Iraq Will Be 'the Beacon of Freedom, Democracy, and Respect to Human Rights in the Middle East';
Special Dispatch No. 495, "Kuwaiti Paper Criticizes Syria: Assad's Regime More Criminal than Saddam's Regime," April 22, 2003 Kuwaiti Paper Criticizes Syria: Assad's Regime More Criminal than Saddam's Regime.
Al-Siyassah (Kuwait), " Do a Gaddafi," March 9, 2005, http://www.alseyassah.com/arabtimes/opinion/view.asp?msgID=695