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    • NAD
    • 10.03.07 | 20:09 (IST)

    All this complaints are ridiculous.Go to the bottom of the problem .1.The Barak withdrawal from the South Lebanon in 2000 without any agreement with the ALS leaving this soldiers who paid from their blood to the defence of Israel as hostages to Hezbollah . 2.In 1982 you do a war for Lebanon and you spent 2 billions of dollars to the militia of Bachir Gemayel and you give him the ladder to arrive to the presidency and in Naharya he said to Begin I can't do the peace I promise you to do Meanwhile Abu Arz and his association of friendship between Israel and Lebanon was ignored . 3.You help Amine Gemayel the worse enemy of Israel and lebanese pro-israeli to the presidency .Meanwhile Camille Chamoun was ready to sign peace treaty with Israel . 300.000 of Lebanese (80% Chiites) went to Israel as tourist between June and December 1982 .You have to think over and meditate all this MEHDALIM instead imagine recriminations on local power which had confidence in the power of Israel .

    from the article: When home becomes the front
    First published 00:00 09.03.07 | Last updated 00:00 08.03.07
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