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    • Nicolas from Paris
    • 24.04.07 | 23:42 (IDT)

    I don't wish that Israel occupies any lebanese land, nor bombs the peaceful Lebanese. But since 2000,Israel has gone away from Lebanon,and Hezbollah went on attacking Israel during more than 5 years... Remember the Sheebaa farms are not lebanese, but syrian -even the UNO and Walid Joumblat says this-. Learn that Israeli soldiers got them while fighting syrian soldiers there in 1967. Syria and Iran and Hezbollah just want to use the Shebaa farms to have a "good reason" to attack Israel.OK the Hezbollah is heroïc,but also fanatic and irresponsible,and NOW dangerous for Lebanon -because Israel doesn't want to invade Lebanon; Israel would like peace with Lebanon, but Israel know it can't trust Lebanon because of Hezbollah and of Pals in Lebanon-. Israel may attack again Lebanon, BUT ONLY BECAUSE OF Hezbollah's weapons and attacks.

    from the article: A war in the summer?
    First published 00:00 23.04.07 | Last updated 00:00 23.07.07
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