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Nasrallah: UN tribunal set to implicate Hezbollah.

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Published on Jul 30, 2010

" US CENTCOM chief meedle in Lebanon 's internal affairs"
General Gen Mattis said the Lebanese Army should be supported so it can counter Hezbollah and Syria..

Hezbollah sees plot behind Hariri tribunal
By Sami Moubayed

DAMASCUS - Saudi King Abdullah's landmark visit to Syria on Thursday, his second since assuming the throne in 2005, mirrors Arab diplomacy at its finest hour.

The king is worried - just like his Syrian host President Bashar al-Assad - about two critical files in the Arab world: Iraq and Lebanon.

In Iraq, political rivalries have prevented creation of a cabinet for five months, signaling a political vacuum and security disaster in




the weeks to come that would be very troubling for Syria and Saudi Arabia, two of Iraq's main neighbors.

The situation in Lebanon is even more dangerous and if allowed to explode could shake the Middle East beyond repair. Earlier this summer, the deputy Israeli chief of staff, Gaby Ashkenazi said that an earthquake was in store for Lebanon later this year, when the Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL) names Hezbollah figures in connection with the 2005 murder of former Lebanese prime minister Rafik Hariri.

Hezbollah, furious with the accusation, cried foul play, claiming that the entire investigation is flawed because it has relied on false witnesses (who were never arrested or questioned for their motives) and because it never considered Israel as a possible suspect in the Hariri affair.

Last week, Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah came out accusing the tribunal of being "an Israeli project" that aimed at targeting the Lebanese resistance. What Israel failed to achieve through war in 2006, he added, it will try to attain through the STL.

The international community, with strong Israeli encouragement, tried to break Hezbollah through United Nations Security Council resolution 1559, in 2004. That clearly did not work and nor did the war of 2006, which promised - and failed - to annihilate Hezbollah.
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Gen Mattis Nasrallah Hezbollah lebanon syria arabia saudi Palestine jordan rafik hariri
اسرائيل لبنان السعودية

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