The Day Hezbollah Saved The World – Jonathan Azaziah
Sabba – Jonathan Azaziah is absolutely right: Hezbollah did save the world in 2006. Had they not won, Russia would not have had the time to rebuild herself, and the world would have been a very much different place than it is now. Though it is bad now, it would have been exponentially worst than it already is.
I would like if I may, offer a little historical background on that momentous event.
Israel’s attack dog, aka, the USA, had been looking for ways to invade the Lebanon and Syria as early as September 2001 (cf. Wesley Clark) and have officially declared war on Syria and Hezbollah in 2003 with theSyria Accountability Act.
…………… ” A Pentagon consultant said that the Bush White House “has been agitating for some time to find a reason for a preemptive blow against Hezbollah.
…………… If the most dominant military force in the region—the Israel Defense Forces—can’t pacify a country like Lebanon, with a population of four million, you should think carefully about taking that template to Iran, with strategic depth and a population of seventy million.
…………… According to a Middle East expert with knowledge of the current thinking of both the Israeli and the U.S. governments, Israel had devised a plan for attacking Hezbollah—and shared it with Bush Administration officials—well before the July 12th kidnappings. “It’s not that the Israelis had a trap that Hezbollah walked into,” he said, “but there was a strong feeling in the White House that sooner or later the Israelis were going to do it.”
The invasion of the Lebanon by the zionist entity in July 2006 was part of the plan which some call ‘The New American Century’ but which should really be named ‘The New Jewish Century’. As Wesley Clark and as the Syria Accountability Act reveal, the goal was, is and remains: regime change, the reshaping the Middle East, controlled chaos to bring about one thing and one thing only: Eretz Israel.
The trigger was the assassination on February 14 2005 of Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri (who was also a Saudi citizen…) in an explosion which killed 21 people. In less than an hour after the explosion, the western and israeli media unanimously accused Syria, despite there having been no investigation, no proof, no nothing. And, despite all the proof that Syria could not have been behind it.
The US-israeli coalition had envisaged 2 possible cases:
Scenario 1: Syria would refuse to withdraw her peace keeping force in the Lebanon and in that case the USA would have invaded the Lebanon and Syria at the same time (there was a Syrian peace keeping force in the Lebanon since the Lebanese Civil War. Syria was NOT occupying the Lebanon: their presence there was as per international accords, signed and accepted by the entire world).
Scenario 2: Syria would leave the Lebanon and in that case, Israel would attack the Lebanon, creating the excuse she needed to invade.
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