#27 Walid - If you are right - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Yonatan
    • 17.01.10 | 18:32 (IST)

    and that's a big "if", because Lebanon isn't exactly a democracy with complete freedom of expression (without fear of reprisal) - then the government and people of Lebanon will have to pay a heavy price for any further Hezbollah agression against Israel. No Israeli government - left, right or center - will stand for any further rocket and missile launchings against Israeli civilian centers of population. Is it your wish, then, to suffer the possible results of having a Hezbollah state within a state? Wouldn't you prefer only one armed force in Lebanon - the Lebanese Army - and not an extremist militia not under government control? And can you answer these two question truthfully and objectively without fear of reprisal? And - one ;ast question - how do I know that you yourself are not a member of, or sympathizer with, Hezbollah?

    from the article: U.S. official: Arming of Hezbollah could spark Israel-Syria war
    First published 08:52 17.01.10 | Last updated 15:41 17.01.10
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