UN, a tool in Israeli hands

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Lebonan
Wednesday, 06 October 2010


un_toolHezbollah says the UN in "taking the side of the executioner" by blaming Lebanon for deadly clashes, which preceded an Israeli invasion earlier in the year.

On August 3, an Israeli patrol unit breached a border fence and moved into the Adeissah village in southern Lebanon, prompting light fire from the country's soldiers.

Confrontation subsequently erupted with the Israeli forces using machineguns and tank shells on Army bases and local residences.
Three Lebanese soldiers, a Lebanese journalist and a top Israeli officer died during the exchange of fire -- the worst of its kind since Israel's 2006 war on Lebanon, which killed about 1,200 Lebanese.

Commenting on Monday on the world body's Resolution 1701, which has obliged Israel to keep out of Lebanon following the 33-Day War, the United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon held Beirut responsible for the incident.

The Lebanese resistance movement, Hezbollah, reacted to the account in a Wednesday statement, calling it "completely biased," Lebanese newspaper the Daily Star reported.

"Hezbollah believes that this decision was written by an American hand using Israeli ink," read the statement.

The move, the group said, did not raise eyebrows and "makes the UN an unreliable organization after it came to be in the hands of sides with a project against our people and nation."

Hezbollah defended Lebanon against the war and stood by the nation during Tel Aviv's offensives in 2000 and 2006, forcing Israeli troops into withdrawal on both occasions and preventing the regime from fulfilling any of its objectives.

The movement has vowed to respond with determination to any potential Israel-launched warfare. It has publicly announced that it has the capability to hit targets deep into Israel and to strike Israeli Navy vessels even before they reach the Lebanese waters.

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Three Lebanese soldiers, a Lebanese journalist and a top Israeli officer died during the exchange of fire -- the worst of its kind since Israel's 2006 war on Lebanon, which killed about 1,200 Lebanese.

Commenting on Monday on the world body's Resolution 1701, which has obliged Israel to keep out of Lebanon following the 33-Day War, the United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon held Beirut responsible for the incident.

The Lebanese resistance movement, Hezbollah, reacted to the account in a Wednesday statement, calling it "completely biased," Lebanese newspaper the Daily Star reported.

"Hezbollah believes that this decision was written by an American hand using Israeli ink," read the statement.

The move, the group said, did not raise eyebrows and "makes the UN an unreliable organization after it came to be in the hands of sides with a project against our people and nation."

Hezbollah defended Lebanon against the war and stood by the nation during Tel Aviv's offensives in 2000 and 2006, forcing Israeli troops into withdrawal on both occasions and preventing the regime from fulfilling any of its objectives.

The movement has vowed to respond with determination to any potential Israel-launched warfare. It has publicly announced that it has the capability to hit targets deep into Israel and to strike Israeli Navy vessels even before they reach the Lebanese waters.

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