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Tensions in Southern Lebanon
By Micah Halpern

Tuesday July 21, 2009

I'm Predicting:

Tensions are so thick in Southern Lebanon, they are palpable.
The division between those who support Hezbollah - and everyone else, is enormous.

There have been clashes between villagers and the UN.
An arms depot filled with Hezbollah's weapons exploded last week.
UN headquarters was shot at.
And a group of 15 civilians crossed into Israel carrying Hezbollah flags.

Every night Israel flies over Southern Lebanon.
They fly over in order to gather intel and to make sure that every single crack and crevice is reachable by the Israeli air force.
The Israeli army is taking the situation in Southern Lebanon very seriously.
The UN has called for a serious reduction in tensions and saber rattling.

I do not foresee a war within the next two weeks.
I think that there will probably be cross border skirmishes and perhaps even a low level strike into Israel or a few rockets fired into Israel from Lebanon.

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