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UN Security Council Resolution 1701 - 2006 Categories: Documents, Israel, Lebanon, Syria    

In the midst of a military confrontation between Israel and Hezbollah militia forces in Lebanon in July-August 2006 which brought about hundreds of deaths and injuries on both sides, the extensive damage to civilian infrastructure and massive internal displacement triggered by the 12 July abduction

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War as an extension of politics Categories: Iraq, Israel, Lebanon, Middle East, Op-eds, Syria     Author: Ted Lapkin

General Patton once observed that you don't win wars by dying for your country; you win them by making the other poor bastard die for his. But Hezbollah has turned that pearl of military wisdom on its head. These jihadists are trying to defeat Israel, not by killing Jews, but by engineering a slaug

Force-ful Action Categories: International Security, Lebanon, Syria     Author: External author

As diplomacy to halt the violence in Lebanon slowly gathers momentum, US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has endorsed the idea of an international "stabilisation force" to keep the peace, seconding proposals previously put forward by UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan and British Prime Minister Ton

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On the Border Categories: Israel, Lebanon, Syria     Author: Amotz Asa-El

As the IDF's counter-attacks against Hezbollah's outposts, personnel and materiel entered their third week, it was still difficult to predict how long the skirmishing would last and what its outcome would be.

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The Best and the Brightest Categories: Australasia, Islamic Extremism, Lebanon, Media/ Academia     Author: External author

There's an old saying, It's not so much what is poured into the student, but what is planted that really counts. And, at both the University of Melbourne and the University of New South Wales, on-campus Islamic Societies have been diligently planting seeds of ethnic hatred and intolerance into the m

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