The Myth of Self-Defence

21 09 2007

1948 (Lebanon) : After forcing the population to gather in the mosque of the village, the occupation forces ordered them to face the wall, then started shooting them from behind until the mosque was turned into bloodbath, 105 person were martyred.

Do I need to stress the time this massacre had been perpetrated? 1948. PLO had not existed in Lebanon. Amal didn’t form until 1978. Hezbollah wasn’t heard of before 1982-85. Today, you know better than to point a finger at Arab “terrorism” and should realise that Israel is hated even in the fairly moderate Lebanese society because of these actions. Nobody is born hating anyone else for no reason. But if any person is born and grows up to find out he doesn’t have a dad because the occupation massacred him, driven by insane racism and hate, then ofcourse this child will seek revenge and ultimately a vendetta.

The Lebanon-Israel problem started long before “terrorism”. Lebanon had not been a participant in the 1948 ‘war of independence’. Israel still saw that it was appropriate to intimidate the country (most likely to draw some hostility from it and occupy more land to establish settlements – or ‘rent’ occupied land for 999 years, which was the case with Jordan). Lebanon had also not participated in the 1967 six-day war, but was attacked and had the Sheba Farms occupied.

In 1976-78 Lebanon was invaded twice to drive out Palestinian militants. Then again in 1982 – why? Because an Israeli diplomat in London had been targeted for assassination. And people talk about conspiracies. What conspiracies?

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17 01 2011
mihrican

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17 01 2011
mihrican

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