16 June 2009

* Hezbolla's Deliberate Loss to Maintain Leadership

The Paris newspaper "News" wrote in today's edition that the issue is settled: Syria and "Hezbollah" intent to avoid winning the elections and succeeded in unintentionally in the ... Loss.

First, Hizbullah, to win in order to avoid what? According to one French expert on Islamic movements in the region of the "news", it is consistent with these movements, the desire to remain outside the government. Only the opposition of Islam to give the dynamics. 


In addition to these pollutants, that all experiences of Islam with the motor to power, were not encouraging. Even led to the clashes of the type which is not the intention of this Islam.. In Algeria, and Palestine. In Turkey has to win to change the fundamental fact that in Islam. Iran, of course, remains the only exception, but exception is not for exportation ... Especially in Lebanon. 

After this initial fixed, there are actually Lebanon. The Lebanese government will be on dates with the pivotal benefits: the negotiation with Israel, the settlement (this is a speech by Netanyahu), the collapse of the monetary situation, but if the movement of foreign remittances by about ten billion dollars a year ... This means increased dependence and deepening impasse mandatory. All of these benefits, prefer "Party of God" not to address them, and certainly do not bear responsibility in the report.
 

Then there is the regional aspect, Hezbollah remains the Sunni-Shiite strife is a red line. 
Breach sometimes become skirmishes at some points, and sudden incursions recorded lightning within it, such as the events of May 7 ... But are quick to return to the borders of a truce, "the unity of the nation", and to the duties of the search for Joamaha, above all Palestine. In the regional aspect, the people of Paris believed that considerations of Hezbollah notes, even in the form of self-accounts of "the hole" American Iranian desert, and requirements, and not take responsibility for the closure or aborted.
 

For all these reasons, the opinion of the French, in order to "Hezbollah" to avoid the game;
Remains a "quality"? All the mistakes or lapses back side, or rush to a speech or performance, see Parisian intentional. Hezbollah can not, especially at this level of leadership, that the slide was inadvertently or unintentionally, or ignorance to such errors.


Examples are well known and repeated: glorious day, emphasis on the continuation of the arms,  ... Is the street in the Shi'ite really need to vote for this mobilization? Or that it was a deliberate mobilization of the street opposite? As was the Sheikh Naim Qassem, to postpone its decision to continue the arms a week? Parisian ask. Ahmadinejad even talk about a change in the region if it wins the Lebanese opposition, by the "conspiracy theory Parisian", within the box itself: the question of how to ride the President of Iran? Is it possible that the liquid away from the airspace of certain?
 

No room for controversy in Paris with the theory adopted. 

One point can be searched by: Michel Aoun. Certainly, says Parisian, was not a "party of God" for the sacrifice's strongest ally, the Christian one. This constant. Therefore, the accounts were very precise, to avoid to win, without falling into the leadership position on the major Christian General.. Is successful formula? The answer is left up to the stage of parliamentary entitlements and government to come.

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