Archive for September, 2007

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– Now! Lebanon Staff Lebanon’s parliament postponed Tuesday’s crucial session to elect a new president until October 23, an official told AFP. “The session has been adjourned to October 23 at 10:00 a.m. (0800 GMT),” a spokesman for parliament Speaker Nabih Berri said. Both March 14 and opposition MPs arrived at the parliament building, but […]

Israel scrambled its air force after spotting a Syrian warplane approaching the Golan Heights. A Syrian jet, believed to be a MiG-21, was tracked by Israeli radar Saturday as it flew toward the Golan and suddenly disappeared. Suspecting a possible covert attack, Israel dispatched two warplanes to the Golan, but they were recalled after no […]

The Lebanese parliament was held today for the first time in ten months. At the top of discussions, before the heated debate of the Presidency, was to get an official statement from the parliament on what has really happened to the Lebanese National Army and Fatah al Islam in northern Lebanon in May of 2007. […]

The inner circle has learned that a strategy has been set by ‘several‘ international observers, which was confirmed by the Speaker of Parliament Nabih Berri and MP Amin Gemayel and have coordinated amoung each others the steps to be taken for the presidencial ‘debate’ which starts on Tuesday, September the 25th, 2007. The scenario will […]

Hezbollah condemned the killing of Antoine Ghanem. Nabih Berri, speaker of parliament, is set to meet Maronite Cardinal Nasrallah Sfeir this Friday. With the narrow days ahead, the Lebanese Inner Circle doubts very much there will be elections to replace Antoine Ghanem before the presidential ‘debate’. So the current situation is laid out as the […]

Antoine Ghanem got back just two days ago from the UAE. A booby trapped Mercedes was exploded in the Sin el Fil residential area today, seven people dead in total and 20 wounded. Walid Jumblat was the first to say it was Antoine Ghanem that was at the scene (source: Al Jazeera International). The March […]