Hariri: Israel wants war with Lebanon, Syria and Iran

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February 21, 2010 11:36

 
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Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri warned Sunday that Israel wanted to start a war with Lebanon, Syria and Iran.

"Israel can't claim to be interested in the peace process without doing anything tangible in this regard," Hariri said after meeting Pope Benedict XVI in Rome.

He said that while "Arabs want peace," Israel only seeks war with "Lebanon, Syria and Iran."

Hariri accused Israel of "unacceptable" daily violations of Lebanese air space.

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