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Monday, September 20, 2010

Will Lebanon's March 14 movement find its backbone?

Following Saturday's aggressive Hezbullah action at Beirut's Rafik al-Hariri International Airport, Lebanon's March 14 coalition, led by Hariri's son, is now trying to find its backbone.
March 14 general-secretariat has announced that "in light of the dangerous developments that occurred in the last few hours," it held an urgent meeting Sunday evening to discuss "the persistent coup against the State and its institutions, especially Hizbullah's security and military violation of the Rafik Hariri International Airport."

The general-secretariat announced that "it will pursue discussions during upcoming meetings."


At 5:32 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

Good luck with it.

I don't think Hezbollah's opponents are able to take on a such well-armed foe.

And in the event of renewed sectarian conflict, expect the Lebanese army to remain in the barracks.

At 12:17 PM, Blogger Mr. Gerson said...

All they need to do is speak to Israel and when the coming war starts, make efforts to get Lebanese to join with Israel in attacking Hezbollah.


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