King Abdullah II: The Lebanon that we knew is dead

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 8, 2006 23:19

 
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Jordan's King Abdullah II asserted that the situation in the situation in the Middle East would continually deteriorate unless Israel and the Arab states could reach a peace agreement. "The Lebanon that we knew is dead now," the king told the BBC, "The challenge for us is do we have a chance to build a new page for Lebanon, a good one, or is it going to go into a destructive mode and suck the rest of us in."

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