Exemplar V

O dilema libanês.

Now that Hezbollah’s leader has indicated that “undisciplined members” of his organization may have taken part in the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri, a new political challenge has emerged for the son of the murdered politician. Will Saad Hariri, the current prime minister, dare to challenge a group he shares power with in the volatile country?

Saad Hariri is about to face the greatest challenge of his life — both personally and politically. The Lebanese prime minister, son of former leader Rafik al-Hariri, who was murdered on Feb. 14, 2005, must decide whether or not he wants to challenge Hezbollah or if he will accept letting the masterminds behind his father’s death get off the hook. Currently, all the information available indicates that leading members of the “Party of God” were involved in the murder. (…)

During a personal meeting with him, Hezbollah leader Nasrallah said, the Lebanese prime minister had told him he was concerned about the country’s unity and that he had ensured him that he believed that the leaders of Hezbollah would not be affected by the arrest warrants. Nasrallah, for his part, dismissed the arrest warrants as “totally unacceptable,” claiming that the court was being influenced by Israel.

2 pensamentos sobre “Exemplar V

  1. lucklucky

    Não há dilema. O Heezballah tem as armas e a vontade de combater e morrer pelos seus ideais os outros não. Tão simples como isso.
    Harari fará o que o Heezballah tolerar. A partir do momento em que Obama deixou o Líbano entregue à Síria é o que fica. É só comparar os discursos de Wallid Jumblatt o líder dos druzos the há 2 anos com aqueles de hoje.

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