Monday, July 17, 2006

BULLETIN No.143

CSIS Lebanese Security and the Hezbollah by Anthony H. Cordesman
The Rogues Strike Back By Robert Satloff
Iran, Syria, Hamas, and Hizballah, the rogue regimes of the “Old Middle East”—as opposed to the shadowy, faceless terrorist groups of the “New Middle East”—have reminded the world that they too can grab headlines and wreak havoc.
Washington Post Inside the Mind of Hezbollah By Robin Wright Hasan Nasrallah is a man of God, gun and government, a cross between Ayatollah Khomeini and Che Guevera. Now, he is also exactly where he always wanted to be.
Hizballah Opens a Second Front Michael Eisenstadt describes Israel’s strategic options now that Hizballah has joined the fight on a new, northern front and brought Syria and Iran closer to open hostilities.
Hizballah: Learning to Live with Resolution 1559 On June 21, 2006, Nicholas Blanford and David Schenker addressed The Washington Institute’s Special Policy Forum. Nicholas Blanford, Beirut-based correspondent for...
Brookings The Gaza/Lebanon Crisis Israel's two-front conflict with Hamas and Hizbollah has greatly escalated in the past week. On July 17, Brookings will convene a discussion to examine whether the increased violence can be slowed and if a diplomatic solution can be achieved—or whether hostilities will intensify into a wider regional conflict.
International Herald Tribune Middle East II: Israel's invasion, Syria's war It must also be seen as a spinoff of a general counterattack against American and Israeli power in the region by Iran and Syria, operating through Hezbollah
New Republic The lesson of the Six Day War To prevent a regional conflagration, Israel should attack Syria. by Michael B. Oren
Syria Comment Will Syria Get Respect?
Los Angeles Times A Divide Deepens in Arab World
Editorial Lebanon crisis about to spiral out of control
Blame by Some Arab Leaders for Fighters Key Arab governments chastised Hezbollah for “unexpected, inappropriate and irresponsible acts” at an emergency Arab League summit on Saturday.
Ha’aretz – Schiff ANALYSIS: Israel-Hezbollah fighting yet to reach its zenith
Editorial What was can no longer be In the Gaza Strip, just as in Lebanon, the aspiration should be to achieve a long-lasting cease-fire with whoever can guarantee that it will be upheld, whether that is Mahmoud Abbas or Hamas, or both of them.
Sami Moubayed
Hezbollah and the art of the possible
Rising from the Ashes--again!
Its war by any other name
Eldar Toward a multilateral solution In order to achieve a change of direction, like the pretentious name of the military operation, there is a need for a different policy orientation. Israel cannot and does not need to cope alone with the Iranian threat from Lebanon.
Nasrallah, Palestinian hero In a brilliant move - according to the Damascus Gate pundits - he has succeeded not only in kidnapping the Israeli soldiers, but even more importantly, Sheik Hassan Nasrallah"kidnapped" the entire Palestinian problem and wrested control over it.
Israel Strikes Lebanon After Hezbollah Missile Attack Israel unleashed a fierce bombardment on targets in southern Beirut and southern Lebanon after a Hezbollah rocket attack on Israel’s third-largest city.
FOX News Iran and Syria's Role in Mideast Crisis again and do not want to help us with Iran so all of these put together think — makes them think that Israel in particular won't act against Syria and Iran
Start over Israel is currently waging the most just war in its history. Not a war of occupation, but rather a war of defense. Not a settlements war, but rather a Green Line war. A war over the validity of an international border that was drawn by the United Nations.
As Israel Goes for Withdrawal, Its Enemies Go Berserk
By DAVID BROOKS The Arab world has ceded its destiny to people who do not believe in freedom. And what’s the world’s response? Israel is overreacting
BBC Israeli raids reach north Lebanon Israel extends its air campaign to northern Lebanon, killing at least 14 people, after Hezbollah rockets hit Haifa.
Ha’aretz – Schiff ANALYSIS: Israel-Hezbollah fighting yet to reach its zenith
Editorial What was can no longer be In the Gaza Strip, just as in Lebanon, the aspiration should be to achieve a long-lasting cease-fire with whoever can guarantee that it will be upheld, whether that is Mahmoud Abbas or Hamas, or both of them.
Eldar Toward a multilateral solution In order to achieve a change of direction, like the pretentious name of the military operation, there is a need for a different policy orientation. Israel cannot and does not need to cope alone with the Iranian threat from Lebanon.
Nasrallah, Palestinian hero In a brilliant move - according to the Damascus Gate pundits - he has succeeded not only in kidnapping the Israeli soldiers, but even more importantly, Sheik Hassan Nasrallah"kidnapped" the entire Palestinian problem and wrested control over it.
Start over Israel is currently waging the most just war in its history. Not a war of occupation, but rather a war of defense. Not a settlements war, but rather a Green Line war. A war over the validity of an international border that was drawn by the United Nations.
ANALYSIS: Saudi criticism does not help Lebanon
IDF officer: Israel has no plans to attack Syria
Yedioth Ahronoth On the way to a Lebanese 'nakba'
Israel's Hezbollah headache
Haifa attack changes everything
Newsweek Iran's Stealth War on U.S. and Israel Behind The Crisis: How Iran is wielding its influence to wage a stealthy war against Israel and America.
Guardian The west must recognise that Israel's agenda is in conflict with its own David Clark: The Olmert government, Hizbullah and Hamas are tacitly united in rejection of any moves towards a compromise peace.
Lebanon is made to pay Charles Harb: Israel, the US and key Arab regimes are now determined to crush the widely popular Hizbullah.
Lebanon is made to pay Charles Harb: Israel, the US and key Arab regimes are now determined to crush the widely popular Hizbullah.
High stakes Israel's conflict with Hezbollah risks spreading further Missile punch Israeli forces run into well-equipped enemy in Lebanon Lebanon: Israel's Crisis ExpectationsStratfor
Hizbullah aims to shift power balance
The militant group has transferred the Arab-Israeli conflict to Israeli territory for the first time in more than 50 years.
On the streets of Damascus, a defiant stand toward Israel
Tired of US pressure on their country, Syrians have been expressing support for Hizbullah and Sheikh Nasrallah.
Israel weighs objectives in conflict
Israel hit targets in Beirut after Hizbullah struck Haifa, killing at least eight people.
Why Bush should go to Tel Aviv - and confront Iran Why is this Arab-Israeli war different from all other Arab-Israeli wars? Because it's not an Arab-Israeli war, writes William Kristol, editor of The Weekly Standard
Washington Times Editorial Give Israel time to complete the mission
A four-front war for Israel?

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