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Hariri's Game (part 9) Hezbolah holds Israeli troops on Lebanese soil.
Israeli armed forces crossed the border into their northern neighbour Lebanon in the last 36 hours.
This illegal incursion follows entry of IDF forces into the occupied Palestinian territories of the last week.
Hezbollah in a press conference has called for "discussions", warned of "surprises" if the "enemy attacks" and wants "prisoner exchange" and hinted at "linking this crises to the plight of their Palestinian brothers". The leader of Hezbollah also rejected Israeli blusters that the IDF would return the country of which they now form a democratically elected government of "returning Beirut to 20 years ago".
The rest of the "Hariri's Game" series which covers Lebanese politic development since the asassination of Hariri on Saint Valentine's Day 2005.
Hariri's Game (part 8) "it was Syria who killed him to get their troops out and sanctions!"
Hariri's Game (part 7) Hezbolah are in government
Hariri's game (part 6) a weakened france (&EU)withdraws and the USA increases pressure on the Levant
Hariri's Game (part 5) all sides move to peace.
Hariri's Game (part 4) all sides look for their allies.
Hariri's Game (part 3) Hezbollah mobilise dwarfing previous pacifist gig.
Hariri's Game (part 2) The Lebanese Government Quit.
Hariri's Game (part 1) Mr Lebanon is dead.