Citação de: "Azraael"Quem lhes deu a legitimidade para o fazerem foi precisamente o teu "tio" adolfo..Eles não têm essa legitimidade.
Quem lhes deu a legitimidade para o fazerem foi precisamente o teu "tio" adolfo..
Não sei, mas não vejo que interesse é que os Europeus têm em defender Israel.
Até temos muito mais a ganhar se formos amigos dos muçulmanos.
A única questão é se Israel escala o conflicto, e começa a bombardear a Síria, nomeadamente Damasco. Aí a Síria também pouco poderá fazer.E o Irão engole as palavras.
Britain sends warships to Middle East
CAIRO, Egypt (CNN) -- The Middle East peace process is "dead," Arab League Secretary-General Amr Moussa said on Saturday."Certain powers have given Israel every capacity to do whatever it wishes," and that had hit hopes for peace, he told a news conference after a heated meeting of Arab League foreign ministers in Cairo, Egypt.Only the United Nations Security Council had the power to do anything about the crisis now, he said."The council of ministers invites the Security Council to meet to study the Arab-Israeli conflict in all its aspects because of the failure of all efforts related to the peace process," Reuters quoted Moussa as saying.Foreign ministers from 18 Arab League nations held the emergency, closed-door meeting to address Israel's attacks on Lebanon and on the Palestinian territory of Gaza. Israel's campaign in Lebanon began when Hezbollah militants based there abducted two Israeli soldiers and killed three others during a raid into Israel Wednesday. Israel vowed to free the soldiers.Gaza is Israel's second front in its operation to rout what it sees as terror groups. On Saturday, its forces pushed deeper into Gaza in retaliation for Hamas' kidnapping of an Israeli soldier last month.On the Lebanese front, Israeli warplanes struck key ports, the capital Beirut and the border area near Syria to cut off all routes in and out of the nation. Hezbollah launched scores of rockets from Lebanon into Israel on Saturday, the fourth day of violence.Lebanese Prime Minister Fouad Siniora on Saturday declared the attacks had had turned his country into a "disaster zone".Siniora calling for an immediate cease-fire and international help to stop attacks from what he called Israel's "war machine," according to CNN's translation.He said Israel was "punishing all Lebanese collectively, with their actions lacking any moral or legal legitimacy."U.S. President George W. Bush, speaking from St. Petersburg, Russia, as he met with Russian President Vladimir Putin, blamed Hezbollah for the violence and called on Syria to exert its influence to persuade the Shiite group to stop attacks on Israel.
Lol... Israel é o filho mimado da grande mãe negligente que são os EUA, e a Europa não passa de um pai despreocupado que assiste a tudo passivamente.Isto soa-me tudo a tretas, para mim a ideia deles é destabilizar o médio-oriente ao máximo para criar desculpas para a invasão e tomada de posse da produção petrolifera mais cedo ou mais tarde. Até tem um conveniente, que é esta tensão toda, ao aumentar o preço do petróleo, causa na população ocidental, a vontade de "sermos nós" quem controla o petróleo e não um "sand-nigger" qualquer do outro lado do mundo. Israel faz e sempre fez o que quiz, apesar de nunca ter feito nada pela paz, muito pelo contrário, ninguém se atreve a condená-los, tirando poucos gatos pingados (Irão?)... muito se fala mal dos terroristas, mas sinceramente já não sei quem é pior, a judaria (q só por acaso controla a economia americana) ou os muçulmanos que querem a sua terra de volta. Venha o diabo e escolha... só espero que Portugal se mantenha sempre no lado certo (seja ele qual for...)Cumprimentos.
Citação de: "14_NS_88"Citação de: "Azraael"Quem lhes deu a legitimidade para o fazerem foi precisamente o teu "tio" adolfo..Eles não têm essa legitimidade.Lamento, mas a realidade demonstra o quanto estas enganado... e a declaracao das Nacoes Unidas em 1948 da-lhes a legitimidade do apoio da esmagadora maioria da comunidade internacional.
Citação de: "Azraael"Citação de: "14_NS_88"Citação de: "Azraael"Quem lhes deu a legitimidade para o fazerem foi precisamente o teu "tio" adolfo..Eles não têm essa legitimidade.Lamento, mas a realidade demonstra o quanto estas enganado... e a declaracao das Nacoes Unidas em 1948 da-lhes a legitimidade do apoio da esmagadora maioria da comunidade internacional.Logo não foi o "tio" adolfo..mas a comunidade internacional :twisted: Se nao fosse o tio adolfo (e Aushwitz, Treblinka, etc..) a ONU nunca teria adopado essa declaracao..
Os 3 milhões de vietnamitas mortos durante a guerra do Vietname são um bom exemplo da "cultura" que os EUA gostam de espalhar pelo mundo...
O facto do vietnam estar em guerra civil na altura nao teve nada a ver com o assunto... Os EUA, neste caso, limitaram-se a fazer o que mts outros fizeram e continuam a fazer, apoiar o lado que lhes interessa... E sinceramente, um vietnam democratico provavelmente seria melhor que um vietnam comunista (apesar de as relacoes entre os EUA e o Vietnam serem aparentemente boas, a julgar pela quantidade de Vietnamitas que se veem pelas univs americanas).
Aushwitz ficava em madagascar? )Mas nada que não surpreenda....desde o tempo do Wilson que eles são danados para a brincadeira e para espalhar sangue, ups perdão, democracia, pelo mundo..
Bush: Syria should press HezbollahST. PETERSBURG, Russia (CNN) -- President Bush called on Syria Saturday to exert its influence on Hezbollah militants so they will "lay down their arms."He put the blame for the spiraling violence between Israel and Hezbollah on Hezbollah and its backers in Damascus."The best way to stop violence is to understand why the violence occurred in the first place," Bush said during a news conference ahead of the Group of Eight summit in St. Petersburg, Russia."And that is because Hezbollah has been launching rocket attacks out of Lebanon and into Israel because Hezbollah captured two Israeli soldiers."Northern Israeli towns have been hit by barrages of rockets fired from Lebanon since Wednesday, while Israeli forces have launched widespread attacks on targets inside Lebanon, including the capital, Beirut.White House counselor Dan Bartlett, also in St. Petersburg, reiterated the administration view that although Israelis have "the right to defend themselves," they also must "exercise some restraint to make sure that we do not jeopardize or collapse the Lebanese government there in Beirut.""It's something that we had been very clear about both privately and publicly, and we'll continue to express those concerns," he told CNN in an interview.Officials fear the instability could be exploited to radicalize the Lebanese government. Bartlett said that the administration doesn't want "this young democracy that is trying to get a foothold there" to be in peril.Syrian, Iranian leaders talkWhile Syrian officials outside the country, including its ambassadors, maintain that Damascus is trying to rein in Hezbollah and doesn't want to get involved in the conflict, Syria still publicly supports the group.Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has said his country is not intimidated by Israel and if attacked would respond with swift force, Iranian media reported.Al-Assad spoke by phone with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who expressed support for Syria and said if Syria was attacked by Israel, it would be an attack on the Islamic world.Members of Syria's Arab Baath Socialist Party met late Friday and reaffirmed their "strong determination of the Syrian position in support of [Hezbollah]" and congratulated al-Assad for his "wisdom and courage in expressing the Syrian people's absolute support of [Hezbollah]," Syria's state-run news agency reportedG8 leaders are expected to discuss an international response to the crisis during their summit on Saturday. The G8 consists of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia, the United Kingdom and the United States.Arab League foreign ministers in Cairo are also expected to discuss the escalating violence on Saturday.CNN's Aneesh Raman contributed to this report.
Israel: Iran Aided Hezbollah In AttackA senior Israeli intelligence official said Saturday that Iranian troops helped Hezbollah fire the missile that damaged an Israeli warship off the Lebanese coast the night before.One sailor was killed and three remain missing after the attack, reports CBS News correspondent Robert Berger in Jerusalem.The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitive nature of the information, said about 100 Iranian soldiers are in Lebanon and helped fire the Iranian-made, radar-guided C-102 at the ship that killed one and left three missing.Initially, it was thought that Hezbollah used a drone to attack the ship. The Israeli intelligence official did say that Hezbollah does have drones and warned that they are more accurate than missiles."We can confirm that it was hit by an Iranian-made missile launched by Hezbollah. We see this as very profound fingerprint of Iranian involvement in Hezbollah," Brig. Gen. Ido Nehushtan said in an interview with The Associated Press.Another Hezbollah missile also hit and sank a nearby civilian merchant ship at around the same time, Nehushtan said. He said that ship apparently was Egyptian, but he had no other information about it.Nehushtan said the body of one of the four Israeli soldiers left missing by the attack on the warship was found aboard it, but other Israeli military officials said two bodies had been found.Israeli officials warned Saturday that Hezbollah has missiles that could reach as far as 62-125 miles, into the country, putting cities such as Jerusalem and Tel Aviv at risk if the weapons are used.A senior Israeli intelligence official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the information, said that Hezbollah has 150 missiles that could reach a distance of about 28 miles, and another 20 with a range of 100-200 kilometers."They may hit Tel Aviv," the official said, adding that Israeli intelligence officials were not sure why Hezbollah has not used the missiles since it started firing rockets at Israel on Wednesday.An army spokesman said that since Wednesday, more than 350 Katyusha rockets have been fired into Israel, including 40 on Saturday, and have killed four people and injured about 60.In other developments:• At the G-8 conference in St. Petersburg, Russia Saturday, President Bush blamed Hezbollah alone for the escalating violence in the Middle East, putting himself at odds with Russian President Vladimir Putin, who was more critical of Israel. "In my judgment, the best way to stop the violence is to understand why the violence occurred in the first place," Mr. Bush said. "And that's because Hezbollah has been launching rocket attacks out of Lebanon into Israel and because Hezbollah captured two Israeli soldiers."• Arab foreign ministers have held an emergency summit in Cairo Saturday over the intensified fighting between Israel and Lebanon. Lebanon's foreign minister today presented his fellow Arab League members with a draft resolution condemning what it says is Israel's military offensive. The resolution also supports Lebanon's "right to resist occupation by all legitimate means."• CBS News correspondent Cynthia Bowers reports on how the fighting has affected Lebanese-Americans in Dearborn, Mich., who have family members in Lebanon. "Everything is escalating so quickly it doesn't give you time to breathe to react to one thing before something else happens," Issam Abbas tells Bowers of the conflict (video).• Hezbollah's leader said Friday that his group is ready for "open war" with Israel, and as his words were broadcast, guerrillas attacked an Israeli warship that had been firing missiles into southern Beirut.On Hezbollah's Al-Manar television less than an hour after missiles destroyed his headquarters and home, Sheik Hassan Nasrallah addressed himself to Israelis and said they must take responsibility for their actions. "You wanted an open war, and we are heading for an open war," he said. "We are ready for it."Earlier, at least 27 people were killed in South Lebanon when several cars were hit in Israeli air strikes. In northern Israel, rockets fell on the city of Tiberias, reports Berger.Israel radio reported that tourists were leaving the city after the attack. Israel's Channel 2 television said that police with megaphones were going beach by beach urging bathers to seek shelter.It was believed to be the first time since the 1973 Mideast War that Tiberias was hit by a missile. It is 22 miles south of the border with Lebanon.Israel launched its offensive after Hezbollah guerrillas crossed the Israel-Lebanon border on Wednesday and captured two Israeli soldiers. Israel has bombarded Lebanon's airport and main roads in the most intensive offensive against the country in 24 years, while Hezbollah has launched hundreds of rockets into Israel.The intense fighting has sent shock waves through a region already traumatized by Israel's battle against Hamas militants in the Gaza Strip. With Israeli officials pointing fingers at Hezbollah's close allies, Syria and Iran, the crisis could soon spread even further.The damaged Israeli warship, which had been carrying several dozen sailors, was traveling back to the Israeli port of Haifa on Saturday after a fire aboard it was put out.During the current campaign, Hezbollah has proved to be a tough foe. Despite numerous airstrikes on Hezbollah targets, including the headquarters of its leader, Sheik Hassan Nasrallah, Israel has been unable to stop the rocket fire.Nine Israeli soldiers and four civilians have been killed in the fighting, and the loss of the three sailors threatened to drive the death toll higher. At least 73 Lebanese have died, most of the them civilians.