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July 29, 2006

Lebanon: the other side of the story

Now, watch Hezbullah's view on the conflicts and the root causes of the conflict. This is through an interview with a former US ambassador, Edward Peck (beginning at Minute 18 of the clip). In the clip you can also find out about Edward Peck's opinion about the issue.
In 1985, when I was the Deputy Director of the Reagan White House Task Force on Terrorism, they asked us -- this is a Cabinet Task Force on Terrorism; I was the Deputy Director of the working group -- they asked us to come up with a definition of terrorism that could be used throughout the government. We produced about six, and each and every case, they were rejected, because careful reading would indicate that our own country had been involved in some of those activities.
As you will see, it was the Israeli occupation of southern Lebanon which resulted in creation of Hezbullah.

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