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Tuesday, July 25, 2006

No Peace for Lebanon due to Hizbollah

The next time you wish to blame Israel for the war between Hizbollah and the sovereign country of Lebanon, please remember this: Ha'aretz.
It turns out that even the mumbling of George Bush, in between bites, that Syria must be told to cut "that shit" out, is not exactly practical. Syria will be willing to negotiate if the boycott and threat on the nation is lifted, and the international investigation into the murder of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri is called off and all plans to bring the accused before an international tribunal are scrapped. Some of these conditions, especially canceling the international tribunal, is the precondition with which Hezbollah confronted Lebanon's Prime Minister Fuad Siniora in return for its cooperation in government and peace along the border with Israel.
This is a non-starter, and it comes from inside Lebanon. Please tell me, what does Israel have to do with Syria and the murder of Hariri?

This is a war not of Lebanon and Israel, but of Iran and Syria against the world. You can be certain of this.

Source: Ha'artz and The Washington Times (registration may be required, but it is free).

Category: (Military) News, Middle East and News.

2 comments:

The_Bos'un said...

Israel has been a victim in the Middle East, this time, for the past 50+ YEARS. They have turned the other cheek (for naught). Hezbollah and Hamas have to go. A cease fire will only allow them to attack Israel again. They (islamos and terrorists) have to be defeated!

Rosemary said...

I know how to cease their fire. Do they really want to know how? It only takes one...on Mecca!

Sorry, but I've just about had it with all the sissy whining.