Hizbollah to disarm! - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Billy
    • 14.08.06 | 09:47 (IDT)

    We all know that Hizbollah will never disarm. They will only rearm themselves wih the aid of Iran and Syria. So what happen afer six months or a year,we will see Hizbollah provoking Israel for another war. Let's hope the government of Lebanon is the only representative of the Lebanese people and Hizbollah will be forced by its own people to step back. But if the people especially tthe shia muslim choose to have a state within a state then it's just a matter of time we will round 2# of this war.

    from the article: Hezbollah torpedoes Lebanese gov't meeting on disarmament
    First published 00:00 14.08.06 | Last updated 00:00 14.08.06
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