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June 07, 2009

From Beirut to Tel Aviv

In a New York Times article yesterday about the key election in Lebanon today, where voters will be choosing between a Western aligned government versus one led by Hezbollah and backed by Iran, Robert F. Worth writes:

If Hezbollah and its allies win a majority for the first time — and the race is likely to be very close — there will be concern in Washington and Tel Aviv. [Emphasis added]

Tel Aviv, is it? Not Jerusalem? The last we checked, the seat of Israel's government is still in Jerusalem.

Posted by TS at June 7, 2009 03:20 AM


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