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Hezbollah and its allies topple Lebanon government

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Look out Israel.

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Too bad for Lebanon being held hostage by such groups as Hezbolla. They and Hamas are the major obstacles to peace in the region.

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Strange that this article makes no mention of the evidence that Hezbollah has implicating Israel in Hariri's murder. I can understand Hezbollah being upset that the tribunal would ignore such evidence.

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Syria pulling the strings again.

Strange that when a U.N. tribunal says what Hezbollah &/or Hamas want to hear everything is believed, but when it says anything else it is a US and Israeli conspiracy against these peace loving freedom fighters.

Well Hezbollah has had time now to breed a new team to take the place of all those lost in the last blood bath they brought about and they have Iran to help cover the costs.

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Strange that this article makes no mention of the evidence that Hezbollah has implicating Israel in Hariri's murder. I can understand Hezbollah being upset that the tribunal would ignore such evidence.

How is it strange? The article isn't about the "evidence" that Hezbollah claims to have. I have to say that the CBC news article(CBC Investigation: Who killed Lebanon's Rafik Hariri?) is much more convincing on showing that Hezbollah was indeed involved in the assassination than Hezbollah's evidence claiming it was Israel.

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Lebanon is on its way to become another islamist dictatorship. Alas, no surprise.

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sabi: evidence that Hezbollah has implicating Israel in Hariri's murder

And what more credible source could there be than an internationally recognized terrorist group like Hezbollah. What an unfortunate transformation Lebanon has undergone from being a majority Christian nation to now a majority Muslim nation. Check out Brigitte Gabriel on Youtube, who was a Christian living in Lebanon.

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And what more credible source could there be than an internationally recognized terrorist group like Hezbollah.

Indeed, recognized as a terrorist organization by western leaders, who do not have much credibility themselves. I tend to believe them over the other side, who have been proven so many times to have lied.

Anyway, you can try to criticize the source, but the evidence itself looks quite solid.

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The Hezbollah leader has said their evidence against Israel is not conclusive. Who are we to argue with that?

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Anyway, you can try to criticize the source, but the evidence itself looks quite solid.

Really? So where is your proof living? Can you point us in the right direction for a search since links aren't welcome on JT anymore? We'd love to read their "proof". Or is it not on the unreliable "Main Stream Media"?

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sabiwabi: Anyway, you can try to criticize the source, but the evidence itself looks quite solid.

Then you have to hand it to Israel. They successfully assassinated Hariri, got the world to blame Syria, and got Syrian troops removed from Lebanon. You must be in awe of the Jews sometimes.

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Do not worry, Israel is next door, and the Hezbollah knows they will have to pay dearly if they start lobbing rockets etc...over into northern Israel, and I guess this means Syria and Iran too will have too pay, since they are the real backers to Hezbollah, right?

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Then you have to hand it to Israel. They successfully assassinated Hariri, got the world to blame Syria, and got Syrian troops removed from Lebanon. You must be in awe of the Jews sometimes.

Indeed, I agree that Israelis have a great ability to deceive; but Awe is not what I feel.

And notice how they were able to get the Syrian troops out in time for their big invasion.

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Syrian troops are still there, they just call themselves Hezbollah.

A rose by any other name...

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