Israel rejects till now more than 60 resolutions, keeps a very huge WMD arsenal as revealed by Vanunu , the Jewish expert, carries its hidden agenda through US in Iraq as conceived by Israel .
We appeal UNIFIL forces to keep peace on both sides, and punish immediately any partner who violates peace agreement.
Associated France Press (AFP) 1/10/2006
Israeli minister calls for killing of Nasrallah
JERUSALEM: Israel should "liquidate" Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah "at the first opportunity," Infrastructure Minister Binyamin Ben Eliezer, a former defence minister, told army radio yesterday.
"We must liquidate Nasrallah at the first opportunity, because he is the embodiment of evil, not just for us but for Muslims and Christians too," Ben Eliezer said.
The minister is a member of the centre-left Labour party, the main coalition partner of the centrist Kadima formation of Prime Minister Ehud Olmert.
His comments came as Lebanon said it had been told that Israel planned to complete its pullout from the south today, following its devastating 34-day conflict with the Shia militants of Hezbollah in July and August.
During the war, political and military leaders warned that the Hezbollah chief was in Israel’s sights. Media reports said several attempts were made to kill him during the month-long onslaught.
The southern suburbs of Beirut, a Hezbollah stronghold, were devastated by tonnes of bombs dropped by Israeli warplanes.
At the time Israeli Prime Minister Edhud Olmert said the normal rules of war did not apply to Hezbollah, which was a "terrorist organisation".
Ben Eliezer yesterday did not rule out a resumption of hostilities in south Lebanon after the Israeli pullout.
"My impression is that war could break out again in Lebanon over the next three or four months," he said, adding: "Arrangements in place in south Lebanon after the Israeli withdrawal will not hold."
"Hezbollah will profit from the opportunity to make itself stronger on the backs of the Lebanese army and the foreign soldiers deployed in south Lebanon," he said.
On Thursday, Olmert ruled out a new confrontation with Hezbollah in the immediate future, however.
"The chances that Hezbollah would be persuaded to mount in the short term a major military confrontation such as we saw this summer are very slight," he said in an interview on public radio.
"But I do not exclude the possibility that the Iranians and to a certain extent the Syrians will try to manipulate Hezbollah, so that we should expect to be tested," Olmert added.
Lebanon said yesterday that it had been told by UN peacekeepers that Israel was finally poised to complete its promised pullout, weeks after a UN Security Council truce resolution came into force on August 14.
A government spokesman in Beirut said the French commander of the UN Interim Force in Lebanon (Unifil), General Alain Pellegrini, had told Lebanese Prime Minister Fouad Siniora that Israel would withdraw the last of its troops today.
But the Israeli military refused to confirm a definitive timing for the pullout "for security reasons".
A military spokeswoman said only that the Israeli forces would withdraw from "several sectors" today and transfer control to Unifil.
Nasrallah made his first public appearance since the war at a huge "victory" rally in Beirut on September 22, emerging from more than two months in hiding to address a rapturous crowd in the shattered southern suburbs.
A hero for many Arabs but Israel’s public enemy number one, Nasrallah had not been seen in public since July 12, the day the war broke out after Hezbollah captured two Israeli soldiers in a deadly cross-border raid.
The militant leader’s predecessor was assassinated by Israel in 1992, and Nasrallah said he had decided to attend the Beirut rally only about half an hour before it was due to begin.