Tuesday, May 22, 2007

What are we waiting for?

I do not understand politics much and i do not know much about the political engine...
But really, if Palestinians are denying any involvement and have claimed to support the Lebanese army, why are we still not allowed to go into the camps and weed out those bastards despite the 1969 Cairo agreement, since Palestinians are distancing themselves from this group?
If a joint 'political decision' between the Lebanese and the Palestinian governments is what is needed to resolve the situation, why havent they came up with the decision...?
And better yet, why aren't the Palestinians in the camps joining forces with the army and fighting this terrorist group from within?

3 comments:

sou said...

I totally agree.

Anonymous said...

We're waiting for Hezballah to agree to this. In case you didn't notice, the so called "opposition" headed by Hezballah has gone out of its way to make sure that government decisions never get implemented.

This is the case with the current situation. There was a decision a few months ago, by all parties at the round table, to disarm Palestinians. It was rejected by hezballah.

freespeechlover said...

Where was the heroic Lebanese army last summer? Why does the Lebanese army show firepower only when they can hit the camps? Why do they not raise a finger against Israeli military action?

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