Lebanese government is not responsible. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Catarin
    • 28.10.09 | 17:44 (IST)

    When a country has terrorists on its borders, no government can be held responsible for their actions. I don't know how well known it is that the US has a raging war going on at its borders with Mexico. Drug cartels, who smuggle drugs from South America, have for the past three years been battling each other and killing civilians left and right. Thousands of Mexicans have died not to mention some Americans. Many victims had been tortured and beheaded. That this could happen to a border that existed in harmony for both sides for decades is causing fear among people on both sides. Is the US blaming the Mexican government? No. It's joining forces with that government to fight the cartels. The cartels murder Mexican officials on a daily basis. As soon as a new official is appointed, he's lucky to live to the next day. We can only hope the cartels murder each other until no one is left.

    from the article: Lebanon army dismantles 4 rockets aimed at Israel
    First published 19:49 27.10.09 | Last updated 15:08 02.11.09
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