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    • Josh
    • 11.08.10 | 21:30 (IDT)

    The Lebanese army is no different then Hezbollah, they have no intent on using there weapons against Hezbollah, there cowards and they proved this when Hezbollah held Beirut hostage in a civil war, killing Sunni's who tried and fend off Hezbollah who took veto power over anything the government decides well the Lebanese army locked the doors on there bunkers and hid until the government, completely defenseless, had to cave in to Hezbollah's demands. The LAF had become an Iranian proxy on that day, everything passed must have the approval from Tehran, since Hezbollah is there admitted proxy. Why the US government continued to aid Lebanon after that baffles me, US abandoned Lebanon when it let Hezbollah siege the capital and offered no assistance what so ever, and the LAF were useless when it was time to get there hands dirty.

    from the article: Lebanon: We'll reject U.S. military aid if weapons can't be used against Israel
    First published 17:51 11.08.10 | Last updated 17:51 11.08.10
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