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Sunday, 04 November 2007

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November 04, 2007; CRN Radio Washington D.C.: Phares, Azzam and Barakat on Cedars Radio

"On Lebanon's Presidential election and Terrorism"

Mideast expert Dr Walid Phares and two NGO leaders were interviewed on Cedars Revolution Radio from Washington on Lebanon's upcoming Presidential election and the terror campaign. Phares underlined that the only major objective for March 14 Movement in Lebanon is to elect a strong President so that the international community can extend its support to the President elect. Roger Azza, the Chairman of the BCCN in Beirut and Ret. Colonel Charbel Barakat, Terrorism expert at the WCCR analyzed the situation related to Hezbollah, Iran and Syria and their plans towards Lebanon. 

Introduction and Transcript in Arabic: [ TRANSCRIPT .doc ]

Audio [ Download .mp3 HERE ]

Last Updated ( Sunday, 04 November 2007 )
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