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    • Elise
    • 25.01.11 | 18:10 (IST)

    Should turn out by teh hundreds of thousands for the next month on a daily basis and let it be known albeit peacefully that their country has been huijacked by Hizbullah. Of course Hizbullah says that they do what they do for teh security of the country. In other words do what we say at the muzzle of our guns or suffer teyh ensuing violence. There are 6 000 US marines off shore. another 4000 French marines. Where are the western governments . Lebanon is about be hung upside down and bled yet they do not lift a finger. Perhaps it is true Obama or rather Hussein Obama sides with the islamists. If any threre was a more righteous time to use force, it would be now West in from teh north Israel in from the south Hizbullah wiped out, Lebanon gets their country back

    from the article: Nasrallah: Hezbollah will not control next Lebanon government
    First published 17:24 25.01.11 | Last updated 17:24 25.01.11
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