Nasrallah avoids stand on int'l peacekeeping force

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July 24, 2006 06:46

 
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Hizbullah leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah, in an interview published Monday morning, would not take a stand on proposals to send an international force to southern Lebanon to keep the peace, but said it was "very noteworthy" that Israel first rejected and then accepted the idea of a NATO-led force. "This shift in Israel's position must be studied and considered well before taking a positive or negative stand on this idea," Nasrallah said.

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