Bush blames Hizbullah for Israeli-Lebanese crisis

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July 22, 2006 10:10

 
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US President George W. Bush on Saturday placed the blame on Hizbullah for the 11-day Israeli-Lebanese crisis. In his weekly radio address, the president said that hiding rockets among a civilian population and undermining the elected Lebanese administration demonstrated that Hizbullah was jeopardizing Lebanon's impressive accomplishments and was betraying the Lebanese people. He also condemned Iran and Syria's role in the conflict.

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