Lebanon Government May Side with Hezbollah Against Israel

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posted on Feb, 11 2010 @ 07:26 AM
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The Lebanese MP has stated that if Israel continues to escalate their war threats and breach Lebanese air space, they may side with Hezbollah.

Apparently Israeli warplanes are entering Lebanese air-space daily. This is a very dangerous tactic being used to push Lebanon to react in a negative way. It's a blatent act of war. How would the UK/US react if Russia illegally entered their air-space on a daily basis?


Lebanon's prime minister voiced concern Wednesday about "escalating" Israeli war threats, and said his government will support the Shia Muslim group Hezbollah if a new war breaks out with the Jewish state.



"We hear a lot of Israeli threats day in and day out," Hariri said in an interview posted on the BBC's website. "Every day we have Israeli warplanes entering Lebanese airspace. This is something that is escalating, and this is something that is really dangerous."


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This only lends more weight to the argument that Israel is not interested in stabilising the ME region and in fact aims to de-stabilise it.




posted on Feb, 11 2010 @ 07:35 AM
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Yeah israel are prolly feeling all powerfull with there new TROPHY system and are just itching to try it out. Only to watch it fail because hezbollah attatched silver foil or mirrors to there missiles to confuse the tracking system. And if they haven't done so DU rounds will work on the tank anyway and will just burn through the bullets aimed at the missile.

Anyway yeah looks like everyday is another step towards israels aggression.



posted on Feb, 11 2010 @ 07:54 AM
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Lebanon has been overtaken by the 1,400 year old Islamic Jihad. It is no surprise that they would side with their fellow travelers. While the West sat and watched, poor Lebanon went from nice little Christian country to Islamic crap hole. And yet, the muslims want more!

This is just another example of muslims attacking non-muslims in an effort to spread their Islamic system. Be it Jews in Israel or schoolchildren in Beslan or Brits on a subway, it is all Jihad.



posted on Feb, 11 2010 @ 08:06 AM
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Mike, you keep spouting this same old 1,400 year old jihad crap every time. You don't even know the meaning of the word. Your post is completely irrelevant and is just another example of your blatent ignorance and anti-islamic hatred.

Please explain how Israel flying warplanes daily into Lebanese airspace is "just another example of muslims attacking non-muslims in an effort to spread their Islamic system."????????



posted on Feb, 11 2010 @ 08:22 AM
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Well, if you would read your history books, you would know all about the Jihad.

If you would listen to what the Islamic Empire is telling you, you would know all about the Jihad.

You defend the most brutal form social control ever invented by man, Islam.



posted on Feb, 11 2010 @ 08:58 AM
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Your post is again irrelevant to the topic and you have not answered the question i posed to you.

Unless you are willing to discuss the topic at hand, please go and spout your hatred elsewhere.



posted on Feb, 11 2010 @ 09:12 AM
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Originally posted by mike_trivisonno
Well, if you would read your history books, you would know all about the Jihad.

If you would listen to what the Islamic Empire is telling you, you would know all about the Jihad.

You defend the most brutal form social control ever invented by man, Islam.


Congratulations you have not only FAILED to answer the question but you made yourself look like a complete idiot in the answer you gave as well.



posted on Feb, 11 2010 @ 11:59 AM
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Man, this is getting worse everyday... Now the Lebanese MP is going to side with Hezbollah? That's the biggest mistake he can make at this point in time.

Israel has never had a problem with Lebanon itself. However, Lebanon has never been strong enough to protect its own sovereignty which lead to the PLO setting up camp in Southern Lebanon. That provoked the first Lebanon War and it was devastating. But now the Hezbollah has replaced the PLO in that region. It has already provoked a war with Israel. It was short, but devastating. Although, Israel greatly under-estimated Hezbollah, it still achieved many minor objectives in the conflict.

So it might look as if Israel is attacking "Lebanon", but its goal is to eliminate the militant groups that threaten her at its border. Also, if it weren't for Syrian influence, Israel and Lebanon would've been at peace a long time ago.

Therefore, I believe it would be a grave mistake to get the Lebanese military involved. The reason is that Israel will not under-estimate anyone this time and they will use a normal size force instead of the bullsh*t they displayed in 2006. Israel won't stop, regardless of the UN & world opinion, until they have secured the whole region South of the Litani River. They will destroy anything in its path to achieve that objective. So if you think the last war was devastating, this one is going to make 2006 look like a picnic. And the involvement of the Lebanese military will only cause more damage to Lebanon.

Although the goal will be to oust Hezbollah, Israel will have to occupy Southern Lebanon temporarily until UN forces/peacekeepers replace them.

This war is going to be extremely devastating. It might even get the Syrians involved. That won't stop Israel, though. I really hope the Lebanese military doesn't get involved, because this war is not about Lebanon.

I pray and hope for the best, but I know it won't happen...



posted on Feb, 11 2010 @ 12:07 PM
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you're comment makes no sense, this has nothing to do with muslims and christians, i dont know what you're talking about



posted on Feb, 11 2010 @ 12:17 PM
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Originally posted by DJAghetto
Man, this is getting worse everyday... Now the Lebanese MP is going to side with Hezbollah? That's the biggest mistake he can make at this point in time.


Why is it a mistake to do what is necessary to protect your country, it's people and land?


Israel has never had a problem with Lebanon itself. However, Lebanon has never been strong enough to protect its own sovereignty which lead to the PLO setting up camp in Southern Lebanon. That provoked the first Lebanon War and it was devastating. But now the Hezbollah has replaced the PLO in that region. It has already provoked a war with Israel. It was short, but devastating. Although, Israel greatly under-estimated Hezbollah, it still achieved many minor objectives in the conflict.


The last war was started by Israel when it sent those troops over the border, they even had forces at the ready to follow up. They badly misjudged the resolve of the Lebanese and got their arses kicked.


So it might look as if Israel is attacking "Lebanon", but its goal is to eliminate the militant groups that threaten her at its border. Also, if it weren't for Syrian influence, Israel and Lebanon would've been at peace a long time ago.


Hezbollah is not threatening anyone, they are trying to protect the Lebanese border and land from Israeli attack and occupation.


Therefore, I believe it would be a grave mistake to get the Lebanese military involved. The reason is that Israel will not under-estimate anyone this time and they will use a normal size force instead of the bullsh*t they displayed in 2006. Israel won't stop, regardless of the UN & world opinion, until they have secured the whole region South of the Litani River. They will destroy anything in its path to achieve that objective. So if you think the last war was devastating, this one is going to make 2006 look like a picnic. And the involvement of the Lebanese military will only cause more damage to Lebanon.


...and right there you nail it. It has nothing to do with any imagined threats by Hezbollah or anyone else, but everything to do with the water resources, something Israel needs badly. So, start a little war while, as usual, crying about being the poor little victim and the holocaust, then occupy the land and steal / divert the water back into Israel.


Although the goal will be to oust Hezbollah, Israel will have to occupy Southern Lebanon temporarily until UN forces/peacekeepers replace them.


If Israel makes it to the Litani, don't hold your breath waiting for them to leave again any time soon. The water is the goal - the rest is window dressing. Israel doesn't give a damn about the UN, they'll even murder a few just for kicks like they did last time, knowing they can get away with it.



This war is going to be extremely devastating. It might even get the Syrians involved. That won't stop Israel, though. I really hope the Lebanese military doesn't get involved, because this war is not about Lebanon.


Absolutely! This is not about Lebanon OR Hezbollah, it's about the resources.



posted on Feb, 11 2010 @ 11:27 PM
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Originally posted by Britguy
Why is it a mistake to do what is necessary to protect your country, it's people and land?


I didn't say it was a mistake to protect your country. However, siding with Hezbollah, known by most of the non-Muslim world as a terrorist organization, is not the smartest thing to do at this point in time.
The war of words should stay between Israel and Hezbollah. The Lebanese military has no place in this conflict. It never did and it should stay that way.






The last war was started by Israel when it sent those troops over the border, they even had forces at the ready to follow up. They badly misjudged the resolve of the Lebanese and got their arses kicked.


LOL Actually, there was peace and quiet at the border until Hezbollah raided the border and kidnapped two soldiers. The "resolve of the Lebanese", as you call it, didn't exist since the actual Lebanese army didn't fight. Israel didn't get their arses kicked. LOL Far from it. If it wasn't for the cease-fire, Nasrallah would've been dead and Hezbollah would be history.






Hezbollah is not threatening anyone, they are trying to protect the Lebanese border and land from Israeli attack and occupation.


Israel has no interest or intention of occupying Lebanon. And if that was the case, Hezbollah should leave that responsibility to the Lebanese military. The Lebanese military should be the ones defending Lebanon. Hezbollah is funded by the Iranian government and serves as an Iranian proxy to fight Israel. Hezbollah does not serve any interest of the Lebanese people. It has caused more Lebanese deaths by provoking Israel. And with Hezbollah re-arming themselves at the border, they are clearly threatening Israel's security.






...and right there you nail it. It has nothing to do with any imagined threats by Hezbollah or anyone else, but everything to do with the water resources, something Israel needs badly.
So, start a little war while, as usual, crying about being the poor little victim and the holocaust, then occupy the land and steal / divert the water back into Israel.


If Israel makes it to the Litani, don't hold your breath waiting for them to leave again any time soon. The water is the goal - the rest is window dressing.
Israel doesn't give a damn about the UN, they'll even murder a few just for kicks like they did last time, knowing they can get away with it.



LMAO
OK Seriously... If water resources was that important to Israel, they would've never left Lebanon in the first place. Also, if Hezbollah didn't launch those rockets from the immediate vicinity of the UN post, then the UN workers would still be alive. Common sense...






Absolutely! This is not about Lebanon OR Hezbollah, it's about the resources.



Actually, it's all about Hezbollah. If they didn't exist, there would be peace and quiet by the border.

[edit on 11-2-2010 by DJAghetto]



posted on Feb, 12 2010 @ 07:51 AM
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Resources is a good point. I've read that over half of the water currently used in Israel is diverted or preempted from it's neighbours. The Litani river is just over the Lebanese border and Israel has been trying to extend the border to control the Litani since 1978. Plus this area falls into the 'from Sinai to ancient Babylonia' Zionist plan for Israel's borders.





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