Opinion  Smadar Perry
Hezbollah's tunnels are the least of Lebanon's problems
Smadar Perry
Published: 19.12.18, 08:40
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1. Not so silly
Ronnie   (12.19.18)
So the old Bibi is not as silly as a few claim. When he gets fish it the biggest in the pan first...me thinks.
2. UN resolution, really?
Avi L.   (12.19.18)
Some more empty verbiage followed by abstentions, absences or vetos, that whatever got "decided" won't find anybody to implement

Gulf keeping financing jihad, european won't do anything, Putin neither and China needs persian oil, of course some tiny island will vote for ...

bla bla bla
3. "decided to expose tunnels now, for obvious reasons..."
Rafi ,   US   (12.19.18)
hello?? are you writing an analysis... or playing hide & seek?

what are the REASONS that are so "OBVIOUS" ??
4. Some sense of reality please
Avi L.   (12.20.18)
"he tide is not only turning against Hezbollah, but that the responsibility for keeping Lebanon on track is placed on the regime in Beirut,"

First - The tide isn't turning nor going anywhere, because until allah's party is physically eliminated it will do what it wants

Second - nasrallah IS Lebanon government, he more or less dictates, through the barrel of the gun, what happens in Beirut

Nobody checked , controlled nor limited iranian build up of hundereds of thousands of missiles ... some sense of reality please, stop acting as if words would change anything
5. Iran already owns Lebanon.
Camilo   (04.05.19)
That has been the casemost from 1989 to 2019.
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