Written by Dani Reshef
May 9, 2008
After a new modern communication system was stirred up by the Iranian for the sole usage of Hizbullah in Lebanon and the anti-Syrian block in Lebanon, known as the “March 14 Coalition”, claims that Hizbullah is in fact a state within a state, a new crisis breached out in Lebanon.
The Hizbullah, in response, blocked, on Wednesday 05/07/2008, by bulldozer all the accesses to Beirut international airport and announced a general strike. Few men were killed and wounded in exchange of fire and Lebanon plunged to the verge of civil war.
“Shiite axis” will divide the Muslim world and deepen the conflict between Sunnite Arabs lead by Saudi Arabia and Shiite Muslims headed by Iran.
The timing of the last crisis in Lebanon is linked to the crisis in Sadr City in Baghdad where PM Nuri al Maliki ordered to prepare two football stadiums to receive residents from two neighborhoods in the Sadr City area ahead of yet another push to clear the areas of members of the Mahdi Army, loyal to the cleric Moqtada Sadr. (See – Open-War ).
In Iraq the Iraqi army is backed and supported by the might of the USA which ensures Nuri al Maliki’s regime. In Lebanon the divided “March 14 Coalition”, where each of the communities and political powers have their own agenda and where the loyalty of the Shiite soldiers, the majority of the ranks in the Lebanese army, is in doubt, has only a slim chance to cope with the more devoted, highly organized and disciplined, well equipped and supported by Iran of the Pro Syrian coalition led by Hizbullah.
The equation is very simple. Hizbullah can topple the Lebanese regime and he will do so if the pressure on the pro Iranian militias in Iraq will increase and a new political balance, in Lebanon in which the Shiite community will be prominent, will not be reached.
SOURCE: Global Jihad