An Israeli military digger works on the Lebanese-Israeli border next to a wall that was built by Israel in the southern village of Kafr Kila, Lebanon, Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018. (AP Photo/Mohammed Zaatari)
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The flagrant farce is Israeli premier Benjamin Netanyahu declaring that the tunnels are a violation of Israel's sovereignty, although this regime has violated Lebanese sovereignty in the air, sea and land countless times, contravening every U.N. resolution to stop such aggression since the '60s.The White House, meanwhile, puts its double standards on full display and demonstrates its use of blinkers by blindly giving its full backing to the Israeli operation, while this nation, supposedly on friendly terms with Beirut and Lebanese officials, remains completely silent on the incessant violations of Lebanon's sovereignty by the Jewish state on a daily basis.
Farewell M.E. peace
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