Bush: By its actions, Hezbollah betrayed the Lebanese people


The United States will urge Middle East leaders to help boost pressure on Hezbollah as a means of solving the crisis in southern Lebanon, President George W. Bush said on Saturday.

The Bush administration has rejected calls for an immediate cease-fire and U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, who leaves on Sunday for a trip to the region, said she would focus instead on finding a sustainable end to the violence. …[Read more]

Reuters | Pressuring Hizbollah key in Mideast crisis: Bush

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Posted on July 22, 2006, in News and politics. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Albert Spavins

    Hezbollah are merely Palestinians fighting to prevent their country being split up into Banustans such as white South African Govenments tried to do to their black population.
    There are nearly a quarter of million Illegal Jewish settlers in the West Bank and new settlements being constructed every day.
    There are hundreds of Palestinians in Israeli jails (never charged) and subject to torture by the Israeli secret police.
    When one considers the horrors suffered by the Jews through the centuries it would seem inconceivable that they the oppressed would become the oppressors.
    Building walls will not provide security to the state of Israel.
    I suggest that they aplogize to the people of Palestine for all of their past misdeeds,withdraw their settlers and army from the West Bank, offer financial and technical assistance to Palestine and help them to form a viable state.
    Somehow, I do not think that this will happen and I suspect that the State of Israel will not last for much longer.
    A. Spavins.

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