To Lebanese, I hear you; I did not mean to imply that the Lebanese people support Hizbollah. I know they don't. However, one of the problems is that Hizbollah does have a part in the legitimate government, however small, and unfortunately this fact has consequences for your foreign policy and your people. Also, the Lebanese army repeatedly refuses to control the southern frontiers. I need to correct you on one point; I am not an Israeli, as you imply, I'm an American. I want to stress to you that I'm aware of your predicament, I understand the tragedy that has befallen your beautiful country and culture for several decades now, and it makes me sad. However, my political views are as I indicated in my other posts and I don't see that Israel can really do anything much differently than what it is doing now. Please, sir, do what you can as a free Lebanese citizen to finish the job of removing Syria and Hizbollah from positions of influence and power in your country.
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