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    • Lebanon USA
    • 12.09.09 | 09:05 (IDT)

    Brod, your usual posts. I have no love for any of the militias in Lebanon, no matter who they are. I was born in South Lebanon, and always resented acts of war and violence from all sides. However, just look into the political mosaic in Lebanon, including the latest failuure by Prime Minister designee, the current instability in the region, current politial tension in more than one country, the right wing-nuts in Israel, week prime Minister in Israel, absence of a strong central government in Lebanon, rules of militias, two sad wars in the Middle East and and it Northern Tier, (Afghan and Iraq wars), Iran's Nukes file, etc. Then, it is not difficult to recognize that who ever fired the two rockets from Lebanon, could be an enemy of Lebanon and clam. Why not those who repeatedly attempt to murder UNIFIL peacekeeping forces in Lebanon? These are agents of destruction who were armed by regimes who claim to be peacelovers, mainly in this volatile region. All play political football.

    from the article: Lebanese report Israeli phone threats following Katyusha fire
    First published 16:18 11.09.09 | Last updated 15:03 12.09.09
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