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12/31/06 6:19 PM
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Fatah Lebanon chief: Hezbollah curbed our attacks on Israel

By Avi Issacharoff, Haaretz Correspondent, Haaretz Service and The Associated Press Fatah secretary general in Lebanon Sultan Abu al-Einin said Thursday that four attempted attacks by the group near the Israeli border have been curbed by Hezbollah. In an interview with the Nazareth-based newspaper Kul al-Arab, al-Einin said that in some of the incidents Hezbollah operatives detained the Palestinian militants sent to carry out the attacks and handed them over the Lebanese law-enforcement authorities. United States Senator Arlen Specter said Thursday that Syrian President Bashar Assad denied accusations he is supporting Hamas and Hezbollah. Spector told Channel 10 TV that Assad made the comments during their meeting in Damascus on Tuesday. According to Specter, the Syrian president said: "If I know of one Syrian who is transferring weapons to Hezbollah - I will make sure to stop it." When the senator asked Assad if he would be willing to exert his influence over the militant groups in the context of a peace agreement with Israel, the Syrian president responded that he would. Specter and Assad also discussed peace negotiations with Israel. The senator said Assad asked to convey a message from him to Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, asking him to tell the prime minister that "Syria is interested in peace negotiations with Israel." But when pressed about whether there Assad had set any preconditions for the talks, Specter said "it got to be a little fuzzy." He said Israel would have to judge whether the offer was serious. The Prime Minister's Office denied the senator conveyed a message from Assad, saying that Specter only presented his notes from the meeting with the Syrian president. Roughly one and a half weeks ago, the Arabic-language satellite TV station "Al Arabiya" reported that Assad had sent a similar message to Olmert through German mediators. According to the report, Assad promised to prevent the Damascus-based Hamas leadership from conveying instructions to Hamas leaders in the territories and prevent arms transfers to Hezbollah through Syria, in exchange for the renewal of peace talks. While both Assad and Olmert denied the reports, this time it is the messenger himself who is confirming the message was conveyed. Olmert said Thursday that he is open to "any murmur of peace" from Israel's neighbors. In a speech to graduates of the air force pilot's course at a base in southern Israel, Olmert indicated he is softening his opposition. "The state of Israel is open to any murmur of peace from our neighbors and across our borders," he said. "If our enemies genuinely want peace, they will find in us a fair partner, determined to establish relations of peace, friendship and reciprocity," he added. Olmert's spokeswoman Miri Eisin, however, played down the comments. "He has constantly said that if we see anything different, a glimpse of change, then that would be interesting and could make a difference," she said. However, Syria continues to support Israel's staunchest enemies - including Hamas and Islamic Jihad, as well as Hezbollah guerrillas in Lebanon, she added.
12/31/06 6:51 PM
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12/31/06 6:54 PM
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Hubris serious question "how long do you think Syria, Iran and all the countrys that support them would last if the U.S. let Israel off the leash" ?
12/31/06 6:57 PM
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Hubris serious question "how long do you think Syria, Iran and all the countrys that support them would last if the U.S. let Israel off the leash" ? in a conventional war, Iran and Syria would destroy Israel that's a fact
12/31/06 6:59 PM
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How would Israel fair without America's foreign aid????
12/31/06 6:59 PM
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Hey, do you have the phone of any of those bodyguards?
12/31/06 7:03 PM
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Those Mexicans should get jobs instead of watching TV all day.
12/31/06 7:06 PM
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I call work.
12/31/06 7:07 PM
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RANDY ERICKSON
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"in a conventional war, Iran and Syria would destroy Israel " No in all out gloves off war. Who wins ?
12/31/06 7:13 PM
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No in all out gloves off war. Who wins ? In this hypothetical conflict, only Israel has nuclear missiles so if it is an all out war, why even pose this question? Are you that stupid? You don't know what happens to Iranian and Syrian cities when they are hit by an Israeli nuclear missile or bomb?
12/31/06 7:25 PM
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RANDY ERICKSON
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The correct answer is everyone loses. How long will this bs go on. Israel will never go away. The Palestinian(sp) people will never get all the land back they want. Israel will contnue to kill at will. Why not work this out ? I honestly would like to see your side of this what would it take ? BOTH sides are wrong and have been so for a long time. What would it take?
12/31/06 7:33 PM
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I honestly would like to see your side of this what would it take ? BOTH sides are wrong and have been so for a long time. What would it take? Arab peace Initiative in 2002 The Arabs want peace but the Israelis want none of it. That is why Jimmy Carter calls the occupied territories the apartheid of our era. Senator Arlen Spector visits Syria; he reported that the Syrains want peace with Israel Hamas Leader says they will accept 1967 borders as soon as Israel withdraws from occupied territories
12/31/06 7:35 PM
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Now I know you've never heard of any of these initiatives but that is not surprising.
12/31/06 8:04 PM
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lol @ Hubris trolling. Even if Israel withdrawals to the 1967 borders, Hamas will still refuse to recognize Israel's existence. In theory, Hamas and other groups will allow Jews to live in their Islamic state but Hezbollah, Hamas, ect all think Israel should be destroyed and the land should be under Islamic law and they will refuse to recognize that something other than Islamic law can exist there. http://www.psepc.gc.ca/prg/ns/le/cle-en.asp#h20 http://memri.org/bin/articles.cgi?Page=archives&Area=sd&ID=SP109206
12/31/06 8:09 PM
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Abbas seems pretty reasonable leader. That is why Israel allowed weapons from Eygpt to be shipped to Fatah leaders in the past week or so. On the other hand, Hamas leaders are nuttier than Pat Roberson. One senior Hamas official called his rivals [Fatah] "Zionists" -- tantamount to a death sentence in Gaza's militantly anti- Israel society. http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20061231/ap_on_re_mi_ea/ gaza_radio_wars_1
12/31/06 8:34 PM
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There are to many people in this world that use Religion for their own gain. I don't understand how something that is meant for good is the reason why so many people are killed. I don't care who or what you worship, to each their own. I just wish more people thought that way.

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