A long post and mincing so many unrelated issues and then throwing claims and accusations. Do not give names to people that they themselves do not identify themselves with as their name. That is part of respecting others so others can respect you.
I support Hezballah as a resistance movement, to protect, defend, and liberate our country and to deter the enemy and any foreign enemy and complimenting the state and the army as it has always done.
I do not support the establisment of an Islamic state or Islamic regime or Islamic government or an Islamic republic in Lebanon, whether it is a Shia led one or a Sunni led one. I am a Muslim and i see nothing wrong with my view in light of my religion and propagating peaceful coexistence in a diverse country. While you support an islamic regime, I do not. And Hezballah itself has long distanced itself from such a call which used to be aired in the days of the civil war when everyone wants something different. Naturally, every Muslim sees his religion leading his life through the setting up of an Islamic republic as best or ideal. But here, there is a big difference between seeing it as ideal based on one's personal belief or faith, and actually adopting such a view in order to implement it or rather impose it in a diverse and multi religious country like Lebanon. I do not believe it is feasible, tolerant, accommodating or peaceful to impose Islamic rule in Lebanon and I do not support it. You can sound more sane if you adopt the same approach. I believe a state that is civil or even secular and whereby religion is respected as a personal choice and a personal and private affair but completely separated from government, governing/governance, the state and public life is best for Lebanon. This is perfectly in line with "Let there be no compulsion in religion". A state that treats all Lebanese fairly, equally and justly. Definitely a religious or sectarian system cannot do that. The reason each sect has a court in Lebanon. Such a setting is not synonymous with a state.