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    • allang
    • 29.12.10 | 16:24 (IST)

    From a NY hospital bed... here's what the King Abdullah is proposing. Btw, this is the same Saudi King... who according to WikiLeaks, wanted Tehran 'nuclear project' bomb to smithereens, but refused to say so publically. The Saudi solution is... Lebanon recants the agreement it signed with the UN Tribunal. Withdraws all of the 6 Lebanese judges from the STL. Stop all funding to the UN investigation and settles the so called ‘tainted testimony’ issue... how, nobody has any idea. In exchange, Lebanon will form a new ‘national-unity’ government... now there’s an oxymoron, while Saad Hariri get to retain his Premiership. All together now, in Lebanese... can we all sing kumbaya. Back-room deals that ignores the Lebanese voting public. And everyone will simply forget that Rafik Hariri got killed, because it's in the Lebanese interest to overlook murder or assassination. Yes boys and girls... a master plan for the ages.

    from the article: Saudis urge Lebanon PM to accept compromise with Hezbollah
    First published 02:10 29.12.10 | Last updated 02:10 29.12.10
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