Monday, March 14, 2005

Will Lebanon go the way of Tieneman Square?

On his radio program, is asking this question. My answer is only if the free world allows.

Unlike the Tieneman Square uprising, a significant percent of the Lebanese population is energized and the United Nations and major European countries are supportive of a democratic Lebanon. Most differently from China, the oppressors of freedom in Lebanon are external and must rely on support and security from other countries.

Can Lebanon go wrong? Certainly. It is imperative that the free world and most importantly the United States voice their support for a free and democratic Lebanon and make it plain that nothing less is acceptable.


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