News  Mideast News
U.S. sanctions on Hezbollah are 'assault' on Lebanon says lawmaker
Published: 10.07.19, 13:31
Comment Comment
Print comment Print comment
Back to article
5 Talkbacks for this article
1. Certainly about time.
David ,   Hartford USA   (07.10.19)
Hezbollah took over the government and the country. Its Christian population has been shrinking for 40 years, while its hard-line Hezbollah masters have insinuated themselves into every facet of government.

Maybe they were trying to clean up Rafiq Hariri's corruption when they blew him to smithereens, but they have simply taken his place.

They've been digging tunnels into Israel- and not for sight-seeing so it is more than appropriate to put sanctions on these guys.

An 'affront' to Lebanon? I don't think that's even possible.
2. very funny!
shloime ,   toronto   (07.11.19)
it’s funny to hear a hezbollah mp bemoaning lebanon’s sovereignty, when hezbollah itself is the biggest factor undermining it.
3. Since when is Hesbollah sovereign?
FB Sam Tayar: Since when is Lebanon sovereign?
4. Extreme sanctions should be put on Hezbollah leaders
lal ram ,   Wolverhampton, UK   (07.11.19)
By putting on extreme sanctions on Hezbollah leadership it will limit their terrorist activities, and save murder of innocent lives, it appears nobody explored this option before. These measures should continue to reduce the activities of these evil entities.
Iranian Jew ,   LALA LAND   (07.13.19)
The entire country now is slave to the mullah money they receive, and it is about to be 100% cut. That is what happens when you choose holy war against real world progress.
Back to article