Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Hezbollah doubtful over German role in UN force

Expatica reported The Shiite Hezbollah militia has expressed "reservations" about Germany's involvement in the multinational UN force deploying for Lebanon, owing to German demands that its troops be allowed to stop and search boats bound for the country.

In other words Hezbollah has no intention not to rearm, and with even bigger weapons.
"Our reservations are regarding the German demand to search boats as they enter Lebanon," Hezbollah member of parliament Hussein Haj Hassan told Deutsche Presse-Agentur dpa on Tuesday. "Such a demand stands against the sovereignty of Lebanon."
Having an armed Hezbollah is a worse threat to the sovereignty of Lebanon. Iran can tell Hezbollah to involve Lebanon in another war anytime they want to.
Hezbollah "is not against the German government and has great respect for the German people," Haj Hassan stressed, "but they want the German government to review its stand towards Lebanon." Haj Hassan additionally accused Berlin of bias towards Israel's policies in the region.

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