SYRIA IRAN ON TOP AFTER Their Agent - Hezbollah - Ignited War in Lebanon
Lebanese Political Journal with 2 posts highlighted below
[....]There is a massive anti-US and Israel demonstration going on in Damascus, right now. They are waving Syrian, Palestian, and Hezbollah flags. They are holding up pictures of Syrian President Bashar al Assad and Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah.
Not a Lebanese flag in sight. No mention of Lebanon's legitimate government.
And Syria is being asked to solve the crisis in Lebanon. Thank you, Western nations...
It's Hard Being A Refugee
I will not sleep again tonight. I'm getting out of Syria, but the paths out are jammed with people, and everything available is available at awkward times.
We called friends in Lebanon. They were cracking jokes and keeping their humanity alive, even as bombs fell on the city. Their apartments were packed with internal refugees from South Lebanon and the southern suburbs. But they kept their heads up. Every bomb brought a moment of silence, but people are keeping their heads up.
The Syrians have made our stay wonderful. But of course they should be welcoming. We're reviving their distraught economy. Nothing could be better for Syria and Iran right now. Iranian President Ahmadinejad is in Damascus having meetings with President Assad. Contrary to international opinion, they have come out on top.
- The war against Hezbollah has destroyed the Middle East's most pro-Western country, (Lebanon) while empowering the nations that work against Western interests.
- Now, President Bush is asking Secretary General Annan to ask Syria for help resolving the crisis. The Syrians are in a power position.
- Iran's nuclear program goes on.
- Lebanon crumbles.
It's very awkward for Lebanese to be relying on Syria right now. This is the regime we tried to overthrow last year. This is the regime many Lebanese blame for Hezbollah's arms. This is the regime that is profiting from us.
The world made the wrong move. Taking out Hezbollah will not make Israel safer. It will not weaken Hamas or the Syrian regime. It will not stop the war in Iraq. It will not stop Iran from building nuclear weapons. In fact, the opposite is probably true.
- Hezbollah's supporters are more supportive than ever.
- Hamas' support amongst Palestinians and Arabs will most likely grow.
- Syria is being placed in a power position.
- The UN investigation against Syria's involvement in the Hariri assassination is off the table.
- The Iranians now have ever more impetus to quicken their nuclear research.
My head is still fuzzy. I won't get any sleep tonight. Very sad. Very sad.