Monday, August 15, 2011

pro-Saudi extremists trying to destabilize Lebanon

Dr. Lamb, is the author of The Price We Pay: A Quarter Century of Israel’s use of American Weapon’s against Lebanon (1978-2006). He reported in CounterPunch on May 24th, 2007 about terrorist cells in Lebanon, created by the pro-Saudi Future movement, and how these tried and failed to drag Hezbollah into a civil war in 2007. 

In 2008 a Saudi woman-reporter denounced Wahabi misogynist beliefs in an LBC report, and in the US prince Alwaleed rejected a mosq in New York. 

5 Fatah al-Islam mercenaries, who fought the Lebanese army in 2007 escaped jail on August 14th. 
At the onset of the so-called civil war in 1975, Lebanese jails were emptied by a puppet government. Is this some hopeless attempt to revice the old way of dividing and controlling small countries? Fatah al-Islam mercenaries are openly financed by members of the Saudi regime, whom the US is still covering for (or co-colonizing with?!).

July 19th, 2012: Lebanon Indicts Dozens From 2007 Clashes : NPR

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