Lebanon paper: 'The July war is not over'

July 12, 2010 16:12


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Lebanese newspapers warned Monday that the 2006 Lebanon war is not over, AFP reported. The statements came on July 12, the anniversary of the 2006 Lebanon war.

The Al-Akhbar newspaper, which AFP said has ties to the Shi'ite militant party, headlined Monday saying "the July war is not over."

"Four years after the end of the war," the article read, "both parties look ready to leap back into action and are prepared both in terms of capacities and incentives."

Another newspaper tied the Lebanon war to the Israel's May 31 raid on the Gaza-bound aid flotilla, in which nine Turks were killed, reported AFP.

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