Puppet master blame game. Hassan? Syria? Iran? Russia? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Pablo B
    • 21.12.07 | 00:25 (IST)

    It is so funny to hear the blame shift over and over and over as to who Israel claims is the puppet master over the Hezb and Hamas terrorists. Blame Hassan Nasrallah for everything! He sends weapons to Hamas. Kill him and all the problems disappear. No, next it is Iran who is the puppet master of both of them. Bomb Iran! Wait! Russia is to blame, Putin is restarting proxy battles with the west through Iran/Syria/Hamas/Hezb/Lebanon. Putin is the bad guy. Now today Hezbollah and Hamas are Syria's fault. No peace with Syria because of Hezb. and Hamas. But don't forget blaming ALL Palestinians for electing Hamas, even though Hamas won with less than a simple majority of votes. (That means less than half of the Palestinian voters voted for Hamas. In essence, punish the majority of Pals because the candidate THEY voted for lost...) What a great Israeli scam. Just shift the blame whenever it is politically convenient to whomever you want to blame at any moment.

    from the article: Bush: My patience with Syria's Assad 'ran out a long time ago'
    First published 00:00 20.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 20.12.07
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