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GUEST,albert BS: Palestinian 'facts' (677* d) RE: BS: Palestinian 'facts' 27 May 08

I don't accept for one moment that Hezbollah is a terrorist organisation.It is widely seen across Lebanon as a resistance force to the many Israeli attacks on that country.And of course it was very effective in fighting off the Iraeli military machine in 2006.

I would also point out that Israel still occupies Lebanese land at the disputed Shaba farms. This is an area of land claimed by Lebanon.
Israel has imprisoned many Lebanese and Palestinian prisoners for years often in illegal conditions.It also maintained a degrading prison at a place called [I think Khiam ] which was a byword for torture.This was run by Israeli allies but essentially at the behest of Israel itself. And has CaroleC has correctly pointed out it has continued to attack Lebanon in all kinds of ways.

For many years Israel has been slaughtering its way across the Middles East....shelling refugee camps, destroying Beirut several times, blowing up civilian apartment blocks, strafing fleeing car convoys of civilians and stealing land constantly from the Palestinian people.
Perhaps the Zionists on Mudcat have a different description for this but I think terrorism fits well. State terrorism.
Its doing it now in Gaza where it is waging war on around a million people most of whom are children or teenagers.

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