Thursday, July 10, 2008

Soldiers and Civilians Sniped in Tripoli

A Lebanese resident tries to help a wounded man shot in his car in Bab Tibbaneh district area during clashes between Sunni Muslim supporters of the government and Alawite gunmen close to the Shi'ite Hezbollah-led opposition in Tripoli, northern Lebanon July 9, 2008. At least two people were killed and 41 wounded on Wednesday in renewed sectarian clashes in Lebanon's second largest city Tripoli, security sources said. (REUTERS/ Omar Ibrahim)

[image and commentary courtesy of Yahoo!News]

1 comment:

  1. ed-derwandi9:01 PM

    Not to worry,

    They are re-deploying the army there for the 5th time, this time they really really, really, mean it.

    The assholes in the gvmt and army are begging, once more, the thugs to behave and the community "leaders" to agree to army deployment, instead of throwing all the fuckers in jail.

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