Today the Gaza Strip, Tomorrow Lebanon?
Gobal Research / Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya
21-Jan-2009 (2 comments)

In the Middle East, it is widely believed that the war against Gaza is an extension of the 2006 war against Lebanon. Without question, the war in the Gaza Strip is a part of the same conflict. Moreover, since the Israeli defeat in 2006, Tel Aviv and Washington have not abandoned their design to turn Lebanon into a client state.Prime Minister Ehud Olmert told France's President Nicolas Sarkozy, in so many words, during his visit to Tel Aviv in early January that today Israel was attacking Hamas in the Gaza Strip and that tomorrow it would be fighting Hezbollah in Lebanon.

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A Greater War with Iran?

by Roman Kayvonian (not verified) on

A Greater War with Iran? Kashai, I don't that now is the right time to be making attacks on one another. If Iran is attacked in such a manner as we have seen in Iraq or Lebanon and Gaza I don't think it has to do with either the democratic or un-democratic nature of its government or state-system. I think it has everything to do with the fact that Tehran is independent. Lets not kid ourselves these wars would never have happened if these places followed US-Israeli-UK orders like slaves. Anyways I hope you get what I am saying.

Farhad Kashani

smhb, if your beloved IRI

by Farhad Kashani on

smhb, if your beloved IRI regime doesnt shut it's mouth and doesn't stop interfering in what is not its business, then, the next target is Iran.