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Lebanon’s President: Israeli Claims about Missile Sites “Bogus”

Al-Manar | November 5, 2018

Lebanese President Michel Aoun on Monday deprecated the Israeli enemy’s continuous claims about the presence of missile sites in populated areas in Lebanon, especially near Rafic Hariri International Airport.

“These allegations are bogus and they are taking place while the Israeli violation of the Lebanese sovereignty persists,” Aoun said.

The President also addressed Lebanon’s position on the displaced Syrians’ issue and the necessity that they return home. Accordingly, he welcomed the ongoing efforts aiming to reach a solution to the Syrian crisis.

Aoun also warned of dividing Syria, stressing Syrian territorial integrity.

“Lebanon cannot await the political solution to this crisis so that the displaced return to Syria,” he underlined.

Moreover, Aoun renewed calls to work on reaching a permanent and just solution to the Palestinian Cause, underlining the reverberations of cutting the funding of UNRWA and the implicit intentions to settle Palestinians in the host countries.

November 5, 2018 - Posted by | Deception, Ethnic Cleansing, Racism, Zionism, Mainstream Media, Warmongering | , , ,

2 Comments »

  1. Of course those claims are fraudulent, the Zios are just preparing us all for their prospective carpet-bombing of Lebanese cities, towns and villages. They won’t be able to defeat the Hezbollah fighters, but they’ll have the consolation of having killed and maimed gratifying large numbers of goyim.

    Comment by traducteur | November 5, 2018 | Reply

  2. Given Israel’s previous attacks on its neighbours since 1948, and its continuous occupation of the Golan Heights why wouldn’t Lebanon prepare for the worst case scenario?. Look what happened to Iraq, Libya…..and Syria.
    If you know there’s a snake in your garden, it’s best not to ignore it……

    Comment by Brian Harry, Australia | November 5, 2018 | Reply


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