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    • Adnan
    • 25.08.07 | 01:00 (IDT)

    Now Hezbollah is stronger than ever and will keep growing stronger as long as it continues to resist the temptation to sit and sell Lebanon interest as Mr Abbas is doing. Hizbollah is a fact that is not going anywhere and as it grows stronger, israel is getting weaker, though we all know that usa wants to give 30 billion weapons for israel defeat but as nuslear weapons cannot prevent defeat, same will happen to all the weapon sell. As long as Hizbollah is there israel days are numbered, does not matter you allow my response to appear or not. it to

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