British Prime Minister Tony Blair and U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan called Monday for the deployment of international forces to stop the
bombardment of Israel.
While some may see it as a sign of Armageddon, I don't realistically see there being any other solution other than a UN force or multinational force
forming a buffer zone in south Lebanon till the government of Lebanon can exert control over that region. This of course would mean the disarming of
Hezbollah, which will probably not happen until Israel defeats them on the battlefield.
Another interesting part of the article:
Their comments came a day after world leaders forged a unified response at their G-8 summit to the crisis in the Middle East, blaming Hezbollah
and Hamas for the escalating violence and recognizing Israel's right to defend itself - although they called on the Jewish state to show
Things are definitely getting interesting.
What are your pros and cons of deploying an multinational force in Southern Lebanon at the request of the Lebanese government?