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Old 19 February 2005, 20:48
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Syria and Hariri

In the light of recent anti-syrian outrage across Libanon, i wonder about whats really going on there (alas, like always).
1. Is the changed relation between Halawi and Damascus really as dramatic as it looks like, and does it really matter that much?
2. If the answer to 1 is yes and the syrian dictator is desperate or bold enough to order his brother in law to organize Hariri`s assasination?, did they underestimate the reaction of the lebanese public and the US or does the gain for Damascus overweigh the loss?
If the answer to 2 is negative at all and Assad isnt behind the assasination,
"Qui Bono" is to be ask with further words being wasted afterwards.
In anyway there are interesting times ahead (like always).


Call my post stupid, insiders (hello Jimbo), but hint at the why, if possible.
Thanks Gents
Mat
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