Why is it the USA can not stop the Hezbollah fighters in Lebanon?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Why should we be fighting the Hezbolla in Lebanon? That is not our war.
Unfortunately,by towing Israel's line all these years we have achieved what Israel has always wanted: a weakened Lebanon which will now never be a viable alternative to Israel as the only democratic,western looking,secular ally in the region. Lebanon which was all of those things and prosperous to boot, has now been torn apart by civil wars (with Israel 's long Florentine dagger behind much of the internecine squabbling). Chaos reigns there and in many parts of the country the only alternative to corruption and chaos is the rule and order brought by Hezbollah. Granted that that is not a situation that anybody would have wished for before but that IS the reality of life right now in Lebanon.
We should not get further entangled;we'll only further alienate people and cause more trouble. Let them sort it out for themselves.
We do not have a moral responsibility to fight Israel's wars for it. If Israel feels threatened by Hezbolla,it has only itself and its fascistic strongarm policies to blame for the present situation. Israel has always eschewed the use of diplomacy and the bargaining table in favour of Old Testament "eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth" vengeful type of response to anything. They are reaping the harvest of that policy and there are going to be a lot of toothless and blind people to contend with who have nothing more to lose.
We have done more than enough for israel and usually all to our detriment. I am under no illusions about the benign character of Hezbolla but their only quarrel with us is if we continue to give unconditional support and sustenance to Israel.
- shefflerLv 43 years ago
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- Eskimo MomLv 41 decade ago
It isn't in the US interest at this time. Besides, you can't reason with fanatics, no matter what part of the political, religious. or cultural spectrum. They have to be severely hurt or destroyed & liberals won't stand for it. Syria & Iran are using Hezbollah to fight their proxy war for them. Sadly, Hezbollah leadership is too dense to realize that they are only destroying their own people in the process.
- 1 decade ago
US has no right to do so !
Hezbollah has the people's aid and will do whatever they say.
Havent you seen parades in which people gave green light to hezbollah?!And havent you seen their rage for stupid actions of their leaders?!
Is it the democracy that US has promised to the countries in middle-east etc to bring for them,huh?!?!Source(s): here come the thumbs doWn N' I know that :-??
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- 1 decade ago
US hasn't made a move...
And anytime the US doesn't roll over a country in a conflict, its cause either:
a. someone's making $$ off it
b. We plan on building malls, amusement parks and sweatshops
- Anonymous1 decade ago
That would require us to have troops there, uh, sort of, like we currently have in ... Iraq and Afghanistan?!
- Anonymous1 decade ago
They've haven't tried.