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Friday, May 09, 2008

Saniora to resign tonight

Israel Radio has just reported that Lebanese Prime Minister Fouad Saniora (pictured) will resign tonight.

The report comes from two television stations, NBN and an Iranian station. In return, Hezbullah will withdraw its forces from Beirut.


At 10:48 PM, Blogger Findalis said...

Hezbollah will have control of the Lebanese government and Iran controls Hezbollah.

I see war soon in Israel's future. A war in which Iran is pulling the strings. A 2 front attack from the North by Lebanon (imagine Hezbollah with tanks, and planes) and Gaza in the south.

The time to strike is now. Strike Gaza hard and fast. Destroy Hamas immediately and don't worry what the UN will say. Once Obama is in power, Israel is toast.

At 1:52 AM, Blogger Kae Gregory said...

My bet is that next Hezbollah will declare itself to be a legimate, moderate regime and will then wait for the world to shell out for billions in foreign aid on the fool's hope that they will morph into semi-violent terrorists like the PA.

At 12:31 PM, Blogger Shimshon said...

If Hezbollah takes over than Israel will have to do something, they cannot allow to have a Hezbollah/Iran regime in the north and Hamas in the back - looks like the 2nd Lebanon war was not over. It was just a cease fire.

At 10:04 PM, Blogger Ashan said...

No-one has taken into consideration the eventual fall of Jordan. Islamists have made gains there recently. Their fall together with the Hezballah takeover of Lebanon will allow Iran to completely encircle Israel. Israel must take pre-emptive action against Gaza now. Maybe a sudden show force - flyovers, sonic booms - above Lebanon and Latakia, should tell them who's in charge. Israel shouldn't wait to come under attack, which, BTW, will come soon. I was thinking that the enemy was looking to attack us on May 14, a significant day by which they can re-enact 1948 to what they think is their advantage. The Hezbonazis called for 100,000 "civilians" to breach our northern border. This will put civilians in harm's way.

Despite our need to rid ourselves of Olmert. this is the worst possible time for such a distraction - or the best time to throw him out and allow the IDF the freedom to act.

At 7:00 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

People on here put too much trust in the two Ehuds. They have put up with a Hezbollahstan proxy in Gaza for over two years now.


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