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    • Zack
    • 16.07.06 | 09:55 (IDT)

    Listen guys, many of the Lebanese indirecty are against Hizbollah and other unnessesary groups there. Here is the problem what the Lebanese is facing today. 1. A good number of the Lebanese are indirectly against Militant groups but not able to do anything about it. If the speak, they are doomed 2. Syria still has a grip of lebanon....the Lebanese have thier hands tied. 3.Israel showed Lebanon as a whole responsable and now all the Lebanese is a a target. 4. The Lebanese are fed up of thier country being a play ground for other countries. Palistians, Iran, Syria, and Israel are nothing but trouble to the Lebanese. NOBODY SHOWS ANY RESPECT TO THE COUNTRY OF LEBANON. Too late now. If Israel wants to disarm the Militant groups in Lebanon. DO IT OR DONT.....THERE IS NO INBETWEEN. EVEN ISRAELIS ARE TERRIFIED. So far, Israel has a golden oppertunity to show what it really ment of moving towards lebanon. Shalom, peace, and Salam.

    from the article: Lebanon and Hezbollah / Impotent Beirut gov't can't impose order
    First published 00:00 14.07.06 | Last updated 00:00 14.07.06
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