Lebanon Has Accepted Itself as “Greater Syria”

Aligning Its Military WITH Syria AND Hizbullah

IsraelI northern border will be the Location

Of a trigger of the next Major Middle East

War at some point in time Prior to 2015!

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August 4, 2010



Isaiah 60:12-15 – For the nation and kingdom that will not serve thee shall perish; yea, those nations shall be utterly wasted. [13] The glory of Lebanon shall come unto thee, the fir tree, the pine tree, and the box together, to beautify the place of my sanctuary; and I will make the place of my feet glorious. [14] The sons also of them that afflicted thee shall come bending unto thee; and all they that despised thee shall bow themselves down at the soles of thy feet; and they shall call thee, The city of the Lord, The Zion

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of the Holy One of Israel. [15] Whereas thou hast been forsaken and hated, so that no man went through thee, I will make thee an eternal excellency, a joy of many generations.

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November 21, 2006

Late Morning Blog


Ever since Lebanon became a nation, Syria has referred to it as “greater Syria,” and seems determined for that name to become a reality.

In our BLOG of November 20 we covered the precarious situation in Lebanon, and discussed in detail the danger of attempted coups against the majority government by three minority factions representing a pro-Syrian form of governmental control.


Lebanon’s industry minister Pierre Gemayel is murdered near Beirut

November 21, 2006, 5:00 PM (GMT+02:00)

DEBKAfile Report

The Christian minister’s convoy was attacked driving through the Christian Sin el-Fil district as Lebanon faces a Hizballah threat to the anti-Syrian Fouad Siniora government unless it is granted veto powers. Gemayel died on the way to hospital. Majority leader Saad Hariri, architect of the anti-Syrian pro-Western New Lebanon, said he sees the hand of Syria behind the murder. His own father was assassinated last year in a suspected pro-Syrian plot. The government is already shaky after the resignation of six pro-Syrian ministers, including Hizballah’ s, ten days ago.

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It is feared the murder could tip the country over into civil war.

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Last week the Siniora government approved a proposed UN tribunal for the killers of former prime minister Rafiq Hariri last year, despite their resignation.

Sunday, Hizballah’s Hassan Nasrallah threatened to call a million Shiites to the streets to topple the anti-Syrian Siniora government.

This challenge was a decisive step in the proxy standoff over domination of Beirut involving Hizballah’s backers Iran and Syria, on the one hand, and the United States and Israel, on the other.

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The Lebanese army emerges as Israel’s new pro-active foe

DEBKAfile Exclusive Analysis

August 4, 2010, 12:12 AM (GMT+02:00)

By launching a cross-border sniper attack on Israeli forces Tuesday, Aug.

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3, and provoking a major clash, the 9th Brigade of the Lebanese Army laid down a new fact of life in the Middle East: The next war against Israel will be fought – not by the Hizballah militia, but by the Lebanese army, whose mission is henceforth merged into the radical objectives of the Iran-backed terrorist group.

By taking on Israeli forces, the Lebanese Army assumed responsibility for

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the volatile Lebanese-Israeli border and showed it was prepared to take the consequences of aggression.

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Never seen as capable of anything more than substandard police work and inclined to run a mile from combat situations, this army was described by DEBKAfile’s military sources as having astonished military observers by its performance against the IDF.

Its commanders proved capable of catching the Israeli military unawares, in exactly the same way as Hizballah did when it kidnapped and murdered three Israeli soldiers in 2000 and, again, when it snatched another two Israeli officers in a cross-border raid in 2006. In both cases, the terrorists stole across the border into Israel.

Tuesday, the Lebanese army showed itself to be not only an apt pupil of Hizballah’s tactics, but capable of going “one better.” Its snipers shot Lt. Col. (Res.) Dov Harari, 45, from Netanya, in cold blood as he stood well inside the Israeli border, and seriously injured Capt. Ezer Lakiya from Kfar Harif. Doctors are fighting to save his life by removing a piece of shrapnel from his heart.

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Both were watching Israeli troops carrying out routine tasks on the Israeli side of the border fence.

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The Lebanese army was able to hoodwink Israeli military intelligence border scouts and keep its plan of attack dark. The fact that Hizballah was also out of the picture would have been cold comfort for the Israeli high command.

Its commanders were not deterred by Israeli retaliation and rather than backing down raised the pitch of violence.

Israel commanders judged that, by exacting a painful price, they could silence the enemy’s guns. They therefore bombed the Lebanese Army’s regional command center at Taybeh, torched an APC and left three soldiers dead.

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The enemy kept on shooting.

The day’s combat ended with the Lebanese army’s 9th Brigade established as a new threat to the Israel Defense Forces from positions abutting the border.

Its presence in South Lebanon is moreover legitimate, unlike Hizballah, which moved men and weapons into the south although prohibited from doing so by the UN Security Council Resolution 1701 of 2006.

The Lebanese army may decide to follow up on its attack, using one flimsy pretext or another.

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After all, the UN peacekeepers stood by idly when the snipers opened fire into Israel under the world body’s flag.

The IDF’s response was disproportionately mild given the loss of two high commanders in an act of unprovoked aggression. But it was enough to allow Hizballah’s Hassan Nasrallah to pose as Lebanon’s great national unifier.

In the speech he delivered Tuesday night, he capitalized on the incident by saying he had ordered his militiamen not to interfere in the clash with Israeli forces, commended the Lebanese Army for its bravery in taking on the Zionist foe and let it be understood that his rockets and missiles would be made available for the next round of fighting with Israel.

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