USrael kills Lebanon’s Unity Government

After Lebanese Prime Minister, Sa’ad Hariri, succumbed to Washington’s pressure and refused to accept Saudi-Syrian mediation concerning Netherlands-based US-sponsored Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL) – all 13 cabinet ministers belonging to Hizbullah lead Opposition resigned from the year-old Unity Government. Saad Hariri rushed to Washington where he met Ben-Obama on Wednesday, who promised him all possible support against Hizbullah (in case it tries to seize the government by force). Hariri is schedule to meet Crypto-Jewish French President Sarkozy on Thursday in Paris.

The STL has not announced its indictment, but both Hariri and Israeli Gen. Gabi have already claimed that STL will blame some senior members of Hizbullah behind the assassination of Sa’ad Hariri’s father and a former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri who became a victim of Mossad hit gang in 2005.

After Israel’s military humiliation during 2006s 34-day against Hizbullah – some senior military planners in the Pentagon and Israel believe that Hizbullah cannot be defeated by external military force. Therefore, through STL verdict against Hizbullah – they expect a new civil war will usher and destroy Hizbullah from within. Gen. Giora Eiland, former national security adviser to former prime ministers Ariel Sharon and Ehud Olmert, saying on Army Radio: Israel does not know how to defeat Hezbollah

“This cabinet has become a burden on the Lebanese, unable to do its work,” Energy Minister Jibran Bassil said at a news conference announcing the resignations, flanked by the other ministers who are stepping down. “We are giving a chance for another government to take over.”

Both Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud Faisal and Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu have asked Hizbullah led Opposition to rejoin the Unity government to avoid ethnic clashes which will only serve the interests of the enemies (the US, Israel, France, etc.) of Lebanese people.

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