Lebanese sources have confirmed that Iranian President Dr. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will making his first ever visit to Lebanon on September 11-12, 2010 on the invitation of Lebanese President Michel Suleiman (a Christian). The visit was originally scheduled early this month but was postponed for unknown reasons.
“The government and people of the Islamic Republic will fully stand by the side of the governments and the peoples of Lebanon and Syria and provide any possible assistance that our brothers may request,” Iranian Foreign Minister Manoucher Mottaki said in making the announcement on Sunday during a news conference with his visiting Lebanese counterpart, Ali al Shami.
Many political analyst take this as warning for the Zionist regime which is stiring-up warmongering activities against Lebanon through French contingent of UN peacekeepers, Israeli soldiers’ provocations along Southern Lebanon border and even the Israel’s May 31 attack on Free Gaza flotilla, killing nine Turkish aid workers – based on the fact that Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has supported Lebanon, Syria and Iran against Israeli designs on those three countries.
In that light Mr Ahmadinejad’s arrival is being viewed in Lebanon as a chance to shore up Iran’s allegiance for Hizbollah. “He is coming to show support for Hizbollah, for the whole axis, but for Hizbollah in particular,” said Sarkis Naoum, a columnist for the March 14 affiliated newspaper An Nahar. “It is a big deal.”
The failure of the US-UK-Israel Axis of Evil to reshape the Middle East for the dominance of the Zionist entity – has left the region open to a new alliance, the Ankara-Tehran-Damascus triangle.