posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 11:06 AM
reply to post by Misoir
I do... Hezbullah takes its orders mainly from Iran and to a lesser extent Syria. Syria was torqued about being forced to withdraw their troops from
Lebanon a few years ago, and ever since Hezbullah funding and support from those 2 countries have increased.
Couple the above with the downfall of the Lebanese government....
I'd would say things are on a collision course in the Middle East. If Hezbullah takes the reigns as the new government for Lebanon, then any missle
attack against Israel, and any Israeli response to that, will no longer be between a sovereign nation and a group. Instead its going to be a conflict
between two sovereign nations.
If Syria and Iran are allied with Lebanon (which they will be as soon as Hezbullah puts their new government in place) then the justification exists
for those 2 countries to come to the aid of Lebanon.
This is going to go downhill pretty quick.