Skip to comments.Will four missiles explode the Middle East?
Posted on 08/28/2013 9:54:27 PM PDT by TexGrill
Against the backdrop of the threats officially declared by the United States to carry out a full-scale aggression against Syria, the attempts to ignite a war from the other side - in the Lebanese direction - look extremely disturbing. Late last week, unknown extremists fired four rockets towards Israel from the territory of the neighboring Lebanon.
Israeli aircraft struck back at one of the bases of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine. For many people in the North of Israel this incident was another reminder of the Second Lebanon War that ended seven years ago, on August 14, 2006. In many northern cities air raid sirens sounded, and people hid in bomb shelters. Many of them still remember the rocket attacks of Hezbollah that continued day and night. Recently, the leader of the Shiite resistance Hassan Nasrallah came out of the bunker and spoke to the supporters about yet another threat to Tel Aviv. However, this time the Hezbollah group was not involved.
The authorities of the country condemned the terrorist attack. Beirut is not interested in starting a new Arab-Israeli war. The Lebanese army is too weak to participate in any armed conflicts. The situation is exacerbated by religious conflicts that continue to grow against the background of the events in neighboring Syria.
(Excerpt) Read more at english.pravda.ru ...
When the Russkies drop the name of this paper from Pravda (Truth) to a more balanced title, I might start reading this toilet paper of a newspaper...
They could always change the name to “The Washington Post”. Very similar content.
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