Sunday, August 20, 2006

Syria To Form Its Own Hezbollah

JERUSALEM – On the heels of what it views as a Hezbollah victory against the Jewish state, Syria is forming its own Hezbollah-like guerilla organization to fight Israel in hopes of "liberating" the Golan Heights, an official from Syrian President Bashar Assad's Ba'ath party told WorldNetDaily yesterday.

The official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said Syria learned from Hezbollah's military campaign against Israel the past month that "fighting" is more effective than peace negotiations with regard to gaining territory.

He said Syria's new guerilla force would be trained by Hezbollah leaders.

"Syria is very serious about establishing this new guerilla force," the official said.

In a televised address yesterday, Assad declared Hezbollah's path of "resistance" achieved results during the last four weeks of fighting against Israel.

"The region has changed because of the achievements of the resistance [Hezbollah]," said Assad, speaking to a journalists association.

Assad said members of Hezbollah used their "will, determination and faith" to counter Israeli arms, enabling the Lebanese militia to defeat Israel.

"We tell them [Israelis] that after tasting humiliation in the latest battles, your weapons are not going to protect you – not your planes, or missiles or even your nuclear bombs. ... The future generations in the Arab world will find a way to defeat Israel," Assad said.


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The Front for the Liberation of the Golan’s main mission aside from attacking and killing as many Jewish people as possible is the return by all means necessary of the Golan Heights.

Syria is the culprit this time; they believe that the military conflict in southern Lebanon is proof that fighting a guerilla war against Israel will be more effective in the long run to gain territory than to use peace negotiations.

This decision that Syria has come to is a troubling one, we hardly need another large scale guerilla force in the Middle East, and there have already been too many deaths at the hands of these Muslim guerilla armies.

The guerilla armies have been advancing in technology, tactics and weaponry, receiving hundreds of anti-tank rockets from Iran, some even powerful enough to attack buildings where Israeli soldiers have sought refuge.

There are now even reports of Hezbollah fighters using British night vision goggles including a cache of the NVG’s found at a Hezbollah command and control center in southern Lebanon.

If groups such as this new one continue to attack Israeli without regard for innocent people then they must expect the retaliation of the Israeli military and a full airborne attack.

Israel has also mounted a raid in southern Lebanon on a Hezbollah stronghold aimed at stopping them from rearming via Syria and Iran.

Iran is ultimately responsible for the actions taken against Israel by its proxy Hezbollah; therefore it is directly responsible for the many deaths of innocent people in both Lebanon and Israel.

Israel must not allow this new Syrian guerilla army to gain the level of sophistication that Hezbollah now enjoys.

It would be a devastating mistake for Israel if they were to allow them to arm and train personnel and become a legitimate force in the Middle East.

Friday, August 18, 2006

Top Iranian clerica warns US over nuclear standoff

TEHRAN (AFP) - Top Iranian cleric Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani warned the United States not to seek confrontation with Tehran over its nuclear program and to learn from the war in Lebanon.

"We expect America to have learned enough (from the Israel-Hezbollah war) not to enter another game and upset the security of the region," Rafsanjani said in his Friday prayer sermon carried live on state radio.

The former president said the United States would be wise to try and resolve its nuclear standoff with Iran through negotiations.

Washington said Thursday it will move quickly for UN Security Council action on sanctions against Iran if Tehran refuses to halt its sensitive uranium enrichment work by August 31, as demanded by a UN resolution.

The United States and other Western countries suspect that Iran is enriching uranium to use in nuclear weapons. Iran insists the program is to make fuel for civilian reactors.

The US administration has never ruled out military option against Iran to resolve the standoff.

Iran has said it will reply by August 22 to a package of incentives offered by the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany to halt its uranium enrichment program.

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So once again we have been warned by one of Iran’s top clerics not to pursue in our efforts to halt the enrichment of uranium, which most of the world believes is just a cover for a nuclear weapons program.

It is my belief that Iran directed Hezbollah to take such actions against Israel as a way to distract the world from its enrichment program, which the United Nations has called a stop to.

The President of Iran has repeatedly said that, “Israel must be wiped off the map,” and that the Holocaust is just a big lie.

He has also said that if the rest of the world, mainly Europe and the US, believe that the Holocaust happened, than it should be us who gives land to the Jews and make a state of Israel in Europe.

He has made the case that while a nuclear strike against Iran would kill millions it would not destroy the country, however a nuclear strike against Israel would wipe out the whole country.

We can not allow this crazy savage to wield or posses a nuclear weapon, I have no doubt that given the chance he would more than happily hand over a nuke to Hezbollah or any other terrorist organization.

If Iran attacked US troops in Iraq using missiles or anything of that nature, it would be the biggest mistake since the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor.

The Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad thinks that we will back down, but if he attacked us he must be ready for the fight of his life, because our military force could crush that backwards ass country.

If he keeps pressing on the nuclear issue, he is going to get a chance to see close up the awesome power of the Untied States military and the best trained troops in the world.

I do not believe that Iran will come to its senses and I also believe that the United Nation will take no forceful action that is in any way meaningful.

Thursday, August 17, 2006

France Said To Want Only Symbolic Force

UNITED NATIONS - Countries that could contribute to an expanded U.N. peacekeeping force in Lebanon were gathering Thursday to find out how the troops will operate, and U.N. officials hoped many would commit soldiers.

France, meanwhile, wants to send a small, purely symbolic contingent to the force, and the
United Nations is trying to convince French officials that such a decision would be devastating, a news report said Thursday.


Though France has been widely expected to lead the force, the newspaper Le Monde reported that it planned to contribute merely 10 officers and 200 military engineers.

U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan was expected to call President Jacques Chirac on Thursday to persuade France to make a larger commitment, Le Monde said, citing unidentified diplomatic sources.

A French Defense Ministry spokesman declined to comment on the report.

The U.N. resolution that led to Monday's cease-fire between Israel and Hezbollah authorized up to 15,000 U.N. peacekeepers to help 15,000 Lebanese troops extend their authority throughout south Lebanon, which Hezbollah controls.

The aim is to create a buffer zone free of Hezbollah fighters between Lebanon's Litani River and the U.N.-drawn border, about 20 miles to the south.

French Defense Minister Michele Alliot-Marie said in an interview with France-2 television Wednesday that the mandate of the strengthened force is still "fuzzy" and warned that the United Nations needs to spell out its exact mission and rules of engagement.

That's what U.N. peacekeeping officials will do at a meeting Thursday afternoon chaired by Deputy Secretary-General Mark Malloch Brown.

Britain's U.N. Ambassador Emyr Jones Parry said he expects early agreement at the meeting on the concept of operations and the rules of engagement, which have been drafted with help from French and U.S. military planners.


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So the French only want to send a symbolic force, somewhere around 210 soldiers, that proves that France is not serious about the plan that they brokered and that they could give two shits about Israel or the peace.

If France wants itself to be taken seriously and as an international power than it needs to proceed as such, they have been divisive and very weak when it come to dealing with the infestation of immigrants that they have in that country.

I’m all sure you remember the riots of not that long ago, where the savage Muslim youths went around setting every car ablaze and causing thousands and thousands of dollars worth of damage.

I am sick and tired of every time a Muslim or Arab does something to hurt someone or inflict mass damage, they totally downplay his background and only vaguely state the region that the perp is from.

If France truly wants peace in the Middle East than they must help to achieve it, not just talk about it, but truly help the process along by providing troops to help create the buffer zone with Israel and to help make sure that Iran and Syria do not once again rearm Hezbollah.

Now ex-president Jimmy Carter (bozo deluxe) has stated in an interview with a German paper that the world should forget about the Holocaust and we should forget our history when it comes to German troops on the border with Israel.

While I am all for moving forward and not dwelling on the past, this is something that can not be overlooked or bypassed in anyway.

I have no problem with Germany deploying troops to help the violence and to create that buffer zone, but they should not be deployed near the border with Israel, there are other areas in the country which need troops that Germany could have a part in.

I just believe that it is a very tricky and delicate situation, no one, myself included is trying to equate the Germany of today with that of the 1930’s and 40’s, we all know that Germany is a vastly different country than before and thankful for that.

If France wants to be a leader in international politics than they need to lead from the front or get the hell out of the way, it’s as simple as that.