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Walid Phares Commentary on Cedars Revolution Radio Sunday Oct. 5, 2008 PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 05 October 2008

Dr. Walid Phares
Dr. Walid Phares

Phares on CR Radio: "Lebanon's Politicians are three years late in calling for international monitoring of borders with Syria."

"In his fourth address through the Cedars Revolution Radio show from Washington DC to the Lebanese public via internet and local radios, Dr Walid Phares underlined that the explosions in Damascus and Tripoli are connected. "The Syrian regime wants to eliminate the Lebanese Sunni political resistance to the Baath and Hezbollah in northern Lebanon. To achieve this goal, he is trying to create appropriate conditions internationally and in the media to appear as legitimate in his quest." Phares also added in his address that observers do not understand why March 14 politicians are coming late to the realization that the borders between Syria and Lebanon are now a source of threat. "For the last three years," said Phares, "the Syrian regime was busy counter attacking the Cedars revolution. The Lebanese lobby has been urging the Lebanese Government, the parliamentary majority and the March 14 coalition to call on the United Nations to intervene and secure the borders. Unfortunately the call was not heeded by Lebanon's politicians. For three years warnings were issued by Lebanon's international pressure groups and the friends of Lebanon to thes politicians to move internationally. Nothing happened. And now we see them concerned about a Syrian threat. They are three years late." Phares said "Lebanon's citizens must understand the realities of world affairs and these facts so that they can produce politicians who can deliver what the public wishes."
Listen to the 7 minutes address in Lebanese language.
Radio Show in Arabic [ LINK ]
Dr Walid Phares's commentary on the events in Lebanon will be aired by the Cedars Revolution Radio from Washington in the Lebanese Language as of Sunday
The Commentary will be posted on www.cedarsevolution.org and will be aired also on local web sites and radios in Lebanon and he region.
Listeners in Lebanon can hear it this Sunday 10.AM Beirut time on the Weekly Commentary on two frequency: 756 AM and 90.3 FM
 "إذاعة المشرق" تبث على موجة أف. أم. 90.3 ميغاهرتز, بالإضافة إلى الموجة المتوسطة 756 كيلو هرتز.

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