Lebanese president tours area of clashes; praises bravery

August 7, 2010 11:58


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Lebanese President Michel Suleiman on Saturday visited the Lebanese army post from where snipers shot at IDF troops and killed Lt.-Col. (res.) Dov Harari, Israel Radio reported.

Suleiman visited El Adeisse and praised what he called the divine spirit and "bravery of the Lebanese army soldiers" in their willingness to sacrifice in the struggle with Israel.

Upon returning to his palace, the president explained that the government in Beirut will soon present a new plan in the arming of the Lebanese army, despite opposition of several countries.

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