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Sunday, November 14, 2010

Hezbullah accuses Lebanese government of prolonging 2006 war

In a Thursday night speech, Hezbullah leader Hassan Nasrallah accused the government of Fouad Siniora of prolonging the Second Lebanon War in 2006 in the hope that Hezbullah would be wiped out.
Bush expresses his disappointment in his book, where he said that he was surprised by the poor Israeli performance. He adds that Israel missed the chance to eliminate the Resistance while it had the support of all the great states.

Lebanon’s steadfastness, army, and people were what stopped the war against Lebanon. Bush said in his book that he stopped the war to rescue Israel in the final weeks, not for Lebanon’s sake or its children, but for Israel’s. Do March 14’s leaders accept this evaluation from their master George Bush?

We have the right to ask in the name of the 1140 martyrs from the July War, are there political leaders in Lebanon who asked for a war to be launched against the Resistance in Lebanon?

All the world, the UN and the Americans and the French and the Security Council, was satisfied with a ceasefire. Your government was not pleased that the Israeli war against Lebanon stop. We have the right to open this file in the name of our martyrs, but we are not calling for a justice council nor the regular judiciary. We said, let us cooperate together to rebuild Lebanon emerging from the war.
Hezbullah MK Nawwaf Moussai was even more blunt about the accusation (Hat Tip: Ya Libnan):
Loyalty to the Resistance bloc MP Nawwaf Moussawi said on Friday that former Prime Minister Fouad Siniora’s aim was to “terminate the Resistance in exchange for halting [Israeli] aggression [during the 2006 July War].”

“Siniora wanted to put an end to the Resistance,” Moussawi told Al-Manar television.
Just another reminder of the opportunity lost through the cowardice of Olmert, Peretz and Halutz (who is now trying to mount a political career) in the summer of 2006.

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