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Ahmadinejad Visits Southern Lebanon

  

Lebanon is a source of honor for all of Middle East while calling for liberation of Palestinian, Syrian and Lebanese territories from Israeli occupation.

 

October 14, 2010 (Hamsayeh.Net) - Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on a two-day visit to Lebanon, amidst cheers from crowds of Lebanese supporters arrived to southern part of the countryís stronghold of Dahiyeh on Wednesday. The area represents an important checkpoint where Hizbollah fighters successfully repelled the 2006 Israeli incursion into Lebanon.

 

During Ahmadinejadís visit several agreements were signed including a $450 million loan to fund modernizing Lebanese electricity and water projects, IRNA reported from Beirut. The Iranian President hailed Lebanese peopleís struggle against repeated Israeli aggressions.

 

Ahmadinejad said Lebanon is a source of honor for all of Middle East while calling for liberation of Palestinian, Syrian and Lebanese territories from Israeli occupation. He also said Lebanonís steadfast resistance has changed the balance of power in the region to the detriment of the enemies in Middle East.

 

Several Lebanese officials are calling for Iran to help fund Lebanese army and military assistance, reported IRNA, meanwhile some US officials are seeking to stop military funding to Lebanon as a sign of support for Israeli aggression against Lebanon, IRNA reported.

 

 

 

 

 

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