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Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Lebanon: Pot calls Kettle black

This is rich. Hezbullah accuses the United States embassy in Beirut of running a state within a state.
Following the publication of an item in the Lebanese daily Al-Safir stating that the U.S. Embassy in Beirut had asked elements in Lebanon to give it information about Lebanon's communications network, MP Nawaf Al-Musawi, from Hizbullah, said that the embassy was operating as a state within a state, and was maintaining private militias.

Hashem Safi Al-Din, chairman of Hizbullah's executive council, said that the American intelligence and security infiltration was more dangerous for Lebanon security than Israel.
I guess Big Satan is still more dangerous than Little Satan.



At 6:09 PM, Blogger David Ben-Ariel said...

I didn't see your email, so I decided to post here:

See the Jewish Voice and Opinion March issue, page 31 -


or read it at

Israeli police sent on wild-goose chase

At 6:19 PM, Blogger nomatter said...

They are lucky they have a US embassy in their capital.
Speaks volumes for what "friends" provide for terrorist states. Speaks even more as to how our friends view the undivided capital of Israel.

To add a cherry unto the cake, the reason Lebanon and all the rest can call the kettle black is because
"they can."

Next time we ridicule the arch narcissist in the White House for his misguided, ill-begotten campaign to reach out remember, both sides of that road of misguided, ill-begotten appeasement have led to the very same place.

Until we dissect the reasons why we will continue to march around like lost souls in the same circle.

(and the reason why Syria never paid a price for the assassination of Rafic Hariri and why Hariri's son is all cozy with Syria and Iran falls squarely on the shoulders of those who did nothing except sound off.


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