SAWT BEIRUT INTERNATIONAL

| 16 June 2021, Wednesday | النسخة العربية

Sawt Beirut International’s News Bulletin- May 15, 2021

In today’s news bulletin:

  • The aggression by Israel in the Gaza Strip is on the increase. Is Hezbollah willing to open the North Front and begin a war with Israel?
  • The Judiciary is being controlled and manipulated. Has the court been taken hostage?
  • Among Lebanese people, especially the young, are fears of the AstraZeneca vaccine growing. Are there any justifications?

Once again, Greetings to Palestine, greetings to Jerusalem with its ancient streets and stones drenched in the colors of history and suffering, greetings to Al Mahd Church, Al-Aqsa Mosque and to the people standing alone in rebellion in the face of the harshest military security machine. At last but not least, greetings to the people of Gaza who prove the true meaning resilience. So far, more than 40 martyrs have been registered among the children, about 22 women and more than a thousand wounded, and the indiscriminate Israeli shelling has killed 10 members of one Palestinian family in the Gaza Strip. Is this a military war or a crime of extermination? Why isn’t the world compelling Israel to refrain from unilateral actions that undermined the quest for peace and justice? Have the Palestinians always had to pay the price of the nations’ game? We know that most of what happens is because Israel is trying to impose new reality on Palestinian lands by blocking the US-Iran nuclear agreement and by using Iran as a means of improving the negotiating conditions in the Gaza Strip.

Under the control of their games, Palestinians are paying the price by putting their child’s safety and lives at risk. Thus, there is no justification for fear of burning the Lebanese-Israeli frontiers, since Hezbollah does not step without a signal from Iran, to please the Supreme Leader because Iran is not planning a war at present. The nuclear deal is more likely to safeguard and re-cognize what’s left of its economy as a disciplined and controlled regional force.

Meanwhile, as a result of its officers’ failure, Lebanon’s interior situation floats in its tragic. Were we destined to live in a quasi-state, forever searching for true qualified leaders?