A Hezbollah-Run Lebanon, but No Panic in Israel
25-Jan-2011 (one comment)

"“If Hezbollah is behind the government,” said Mr. Eiland, now a senior research fellow at the Institute for National Security Studies at Tel Aviv University, “it will be much easier to explain to the international community why we must fight against the State of Lebanon.”"

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This will only reaffirm

by Bavafa on

This will only reaffirm that democratically elected governments are supported/accepted by the West if and only if it is approved by the West. We saw this before in Lebanon and Palestine and we see it again here.

Which we Iranians should take point/lesson here,

What if we [democratically] elect a government that we see fit for ourselves but West does not approve of it, what then? Or should we consult with the West as what government we should see fit to rule in Iran? In such case, can it be called democratic?

A question that I like to hear from some reasonable and logical minded people's opinion on.