An Assassination in Beirut

Hard to believe we missed this Lee Smith piece from a few days ago. Smith, one of the sharpest observers of Middle East affairs, writes about the murder of General Wissam al-Hassan and the larger stakes for the futures of Lebanon and Syria. A great read.

The current campaign may turn out to be even bloodier for the stakes are higher—to ensure not only the continuation of Hezbollah’s hegemony, but also the Syrian regime’s survival. Assad is counting on the international community, led by the White House, to rescue him from the twenty-month long uprising that seeks to bring his regime down on his head.


Author: Stand For Israel | October 30, 2012
Posted in:  Hezbollah-Lebanon


 

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  • Henry
    October 31, 2012
    8:17 am
     

    Signs of the Times. The worst is yet to come.

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  • SANDRA
    October 31, 2012
    2:51 am
     

    THESE ENEMY ARABS ONLY SEEM TO KNOW HOW TO CREATE PROBLEMS. THEY THRIVE ON PROPAGANDA AND VIOLENCE. THEN THEY CRY OUT TO THE WORLD AND BLAME THE CIVILIZED NATIONS NAMELY, U.S. AD ISRAEL.

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  • Ronald
    October 30, 2012
    5:22 pm
     

    I think the same as Don

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  • Don
    October 30, 2012
    11:57 am
     

    I think Obama is causing all the problems in these countrys. Look what has happen after Bush left office.

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