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    • Misha
    • 13.07.07 | 07:01 (IDT)

    Everything of relevence in the Israeli/Arab conflict will be decided by a combination of US/Israel and just maybe a slight contribution by Egyption dictator for live and a little king of falestinian hashemite artofficial creation called Jordan today(who knows the correct name for that coctail tommorrow). So, did France invite Hezbollah or did't, does't matter. The weak bread busket of Syria and prior protectorat of France is not a viable state regardless of endless efforts to keep it together. The big picture will change dramatically with the destruction of the suicidal Iran(I do not subscribe to the stupid idea, that only Iranian mulahs are guilty and the rest of iranians are innocent and oppressed observers, that is total b/s).Syria also will have to be finally demolished and dismembered. Everything else will fall into the prapor order thereafter. That the future scenario, Fatma whether you like it or not. Regards....

    from the article: Analysis: French Lebanon talks are kowtowing to Hezbollah
    First published 00:00 13.07.07 | Last updated 00:00 13.07.07
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