This is the reason Iran was so eager to “help” Syria’s president Assad. Now they are basically ocucpying Lebanon, a former Christian nation – the only one left in the entire Middle East – which was ruined by the Palestinian occupation in 1973. Since then the country is covered in Muslims.
Muslims in political positions have also taken in millions of “Syrian refugees” into Lebanon, but Muslims only. Readers can imagine what dire situation there is for the Christians in Lebanon, their own country. Yet we hear nothing of this in the news but we know there must be enormous dangers to them and a lot of unknown attacks on the Christians. Once you have a society filled with Muslims you already lose that country to endless conflicts. And of course, since Assad got pinned to the wall following Obama’s and the Eurocrat’s supplication to the Saudis who instructed them to support the “rebels”, Alawite kafir Assad had no choice but to partner with Iran and Hezbollah. If they had truly been interested in what is right and to do the right thing to end conflict and not only looking at monetary contracts, they would have followed in Putin’s footsteps and support Assad (or support Assad indirectly through Russia). That would have stopped the expansion of ISIS.
See how damaging Western foreign policy is? And all of it is tied into their repugnant love-affair Western leaders have with the Saudi barbarians to oil inventions and contracts that was handed to a bunch of barefoot, illiterate primitive desert tribals who now control billions of dollars and influence the entire world. New Zealand mining engineer Major Frank Holmes should be burning in hell for what he unleashed in 1922 with his greedy expeditions and adding Muslims into it. The West should have taken charge of the landmass, which had no wondership at the time, and blocked it from any further activity. Fattening the barbarian Arabs helped the population growth which is now astronomical.
The oil contracts have to end and are the underlying cause of all these conflicts no matter how many terror groups Muslims create. In fact, ALL political and trade alliances the West entertains with the Muslim world has to be cut off. They need to ban and penalize any association with the Muslim world. All conflicts the West has been engaged in for decades is all connect to the toxic friendship with Muslims and the confusing way the political elite reasons and takes sides (probably related only to money anyways). If this friendship was cut off and they stop taking sides and meddling all the time, the problems with Islam would stop to spread and be contained only to their own countries.
Israel warns UN: Hezbollah has 120,000 missiles aimed at us
Danon reveals new intelligence about Hezbollah to UN Security Council.
JPost, July 12, 2016
Ambassador Danny Danon addressing the Security Council . (photo credit:Courtesy)
NEW YORK – Hezbollah now possesses 17 times the number of missiles it did 10 years ago when UN Security Council Resolution 1701 was adopted at the end of the Second Lebanon War, Israeli Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon told the Council Tuesday.
Hezbollah now has “more missiles below ground in Lebanon than the European NATO allies have above ground,” Danon said as he presented recent IDF intelligence about the terrorist organization to the Security Council, including aerial photographs revealing Hezbollah positions and statistics about the organization’s weapons stockpiles.
Hezbollah now possesses about 120,000 missiles, compared to 7,000 10 years ago, Danon said.
Aerial photograph presented by Danon to UNSC (Credit: IDF)
The Israeli mission to the UN told The Jerusalem Post the intelligence was classified and cleared by the IDF especially for use by Danon during the meeting.
Tuesday’s meeting – which discussed the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the conditions in Lebanon a decade after Resolution 1701 – called for “the disarmament of all armed groups in Lebanon, so that there will be no weapons or authority in Lebanon other than that of the Lebanese State.”
As he presented the new intelligence to the Council’s members, Danon said: “When the war ended, this Council pledged that Hezbollah would no longer be allowed to threaten Israel and hold the people of Lebanon hostage.
“I have the unfortunate task of informing this Council that 10 years later, the situation has gone from bad to worse. The government of Lebanon never stopped Hezbollah, and Hezbollah never stopped its military buildup,” he said.
Danon’s aerial photograph, which was distributed to the Council members, showed the village of Shaqra in southern Lebanon, where a Hezbollah rocket launcher, an infantry position and ammunition depots hidden between homes and close to schools and a mosque could be seen.
“This is exactly what we mean when we say that Hezbollah is committing a double war crime,” Danon told the forum.
“Not only are they attacking Israeli civilians, but they are using Lebanese civilians as human shields to defend their terror activity.”
“Let me be clear. Should Iran’s proxy, Hezbollah, make the miscalculation that it did in 2006, Israel will be ready to defend its citizens in the most vigorous and forceful way possible,” he stated. “We demand the removal of Hezbollah terrorists from southern Lebanon.”
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon, who concluded his 11th visit to the region last month, joined the Security Council meeting and urged Israelis and Palestinians to “immediately begin discussions with the Quartet” and implement the recommendations in the group’s recent report, which highlighted threats to a twostate solution including violence, terrorism and incitement, as well as Israel’s policy of settlement expansion.
He also pointed a finger at Israel for the closure of Hebron following the attack on a Jewish family in the area earlier this month, which he described as “collective punishment,” and denounced Israel’s plans to advance building in the West Bank and east Jerusalem as a “flagrant disregard of international law.”
Following Tuesday’s meeting, Palestinian Ambassador to the UN Riyad Mansour accused Danon of focusing on the Lebanese threat to “divert attention from the main aspect of the conflict, which is the denial of the national rights of the Palestinian people and the perpetuation and continuation of the occupation.”
“He doesn’t want to face this global consensus that says that these are the core issues and Israel has to abide by them,” Mansour said.
Hossein Salami, deputy head of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard. (photo credit:REUTERS)