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    • 28.11.10 | 12:20 (IST)

    It is not surprising Hizbullah has threaten to kill him in a vague way, Syria has told him to stand down and leave. His old man was killed because he was backed by the West and Arabs, if it was not Hariri it would someone else. Hariri should have cut a deal with Israel taken loyal units from the LAF, Sunni militia cut a deal with the Christian militia and forced Hizbullah out of Lebanon or at the very least disarmed them and kept them disarmed. Instead he did the opposite, join anti-Israel rhetoric, linked the Government and LAF to Hizbullah and war. It is like the Beirut bombings no one is responsible there are only corpses Beirut rules a head for an eye. Lebanon is about as stable as place of that ethnic divide can be, Hizbullah even with a coalition cannot rule over a peaceful Lebanon and they cannot control internal security and fight Israel. That is why Syria was in country. So they can seize areas they do not traditional control but holding them long term is another issue. They would effectively be fighting on two fronts. Either way he is stuffed politically, he has no creditability. He has been left up the same tree on a different branch as Mazen. If Hizbullah tries to enforce Iranian Sharia it will not be popular, brilliant nightclubs, make sure you book in on the guest list first, nice booty and high grade MDMA.

    from the article: War in Lebanon depends on Israel
    First published 02:10 28.11.10 | Last updated 02:10 28.11.10
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