Lebanese MP Jumblatt promises to fight Syria

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August 28, 2006 19:12

 
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Lebanese opposition MP Walid Jumblatt accused Syria on Monday of playing a major role in the violence in the region and promised to continue to fight them as much as he could. Speaking at an unplanned meeting in Paris with Labor MK Colette Avital, Jumblatt said "We are stuck between the Israeli rock and the Syrian hard place," Army Radio reported.

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