Suleiman Denies Receiving Direct Warning from Israelإقرأ هذا الخبر بالعربية
President Michel Suleiman denied on Monday receiving a warning from Israel that it would destroy Lebanon in case of a Hizbullah attack on the Jewish state.
Suleiman's press office said that the president hasn't received such a warning “although Israeli threats and violations of Lebanese airspace never stop.”
“No party informed the president about such a threat,” it said in a statement.
The denial came after an Israeli website reported that Tel Aviv has sent a warning to Lebanon through the U.S. administration that it would “take Lebanon 50 years backwards” if Hizbullah attacked Israel.
The message was delivered to Suleiman to confirm that Israel would not stand idle to any attack by the party or Syria on the Jewish state, the site said.
Earlier this month, Suleiman urged the international community to pressure Israel to stop violating Lebanese airspace, saying its activities were in contravention of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1701.
Hizbullah's capture of two Israeli soldiers in July 2006 led to the 34-day war that killed more than 1,200 civilians in Lebanon as well as 160 Israelis, mostly soldiers.
The key phrase used by the Israelis is: ...take Lebanon 50 years backwards IF HIZBULLAH ATTACKED Israel! Am I the only one relaxed and laughing? Where is the shameless predictor GabbyMarch14 predicting the end of... well... umm... duh... Israel? ta2ta2o khwasreh ya jame3a! You go gabbaguybo.
And yet Hizb Allah will take Lebanon into another idiotic war to bring another idiotic divine victory.
Leb dinasour. Are you stupid. Who's side you on you muppet. People where in ha side cos they Hezbollah cleansed lebanon from these parasites that's why people started to agree with their strategies, not because Israel made more enemies in lebanon
Tel Aviv has sent a warning to Lebanon through the U.S. administration that it would “take Lebanon 50 years backwards” if Hizbullah attacked Israel................
Mathematically speaking 50 years backward is not a bad thing. It takes us back to 1963 (Days of Fouad Shehab). This was a golden decade for Lebanon.