The reason Moussawi gives for Hizbullah's rejection of this UN decision is that
Al-Moussawi continued to address different lines that were marked in southern Lebanon. "The Zionist terror organizations moved the borderline that was set in 1920 to a new line in 1923 – a line that robbed Lebanon of seven villages and some 20 farms. We must be alert of attempts to show the Blue Line as a border that would rob Lebanon of millions of square meters of its national land."That's correct. The Zionist terror organizations who drew the line in 1923 between British territory and French territory, they can't be allowed to succeed at their evil machinations.
Actually, Zionist conspiracies aside, I'd be willing to accept the principle that lines drawn by imperial and colonial powers before living memory might perhaps not be the best way for countries to determine the lines between them, given that none of them existed when the lines were drawn. But I'm not certain that's what this Hizbullah fellow had in mind.
I also ask myself what the Norwegian person said when faced with this gibberish? Argued about it, perhaps? I'll bet not. I'm not even certain if he (she?) recognized it for what it is. In any case, you can be reasonably sure that sooner rather than later outlets such as the Guardian will begin to parrot Moussawi's clam about how the Israelis moved that line when no-one was looking, 25 years before their state existed. Remember: You saw it here first.