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Who calls for cease fire in Lebanon

Who calls for cease fire in Lebanon

Independent graphic for those who calls for cease fire

The Independent ran this graphic on their cover last week depicting which countries supported the immediate ceasefire in the Middle East demanded by the UN and which opposed.


So why hasn't there been a cease fire???

via Eyeteeth and Kottke

Originally from
ReBlogged by ann p on Jul 24, 2006 at 11:54 AM Posted by ann p on Jul 24, 2006 at 11:54 AM


That is sad to see. Why are they scared of USA? It is cleary stated that 99% of the world wants an immediate ceasefire but nothing is happening. We are still trying to defend ourselves with rockets, while their technology is 10000x times better.

Posted by: m0 at 25.07.2006 03:46 PM

Cause the whole world is a second class citizen except, USA, UK, ISRAEL.

but the day is coming when the empires will fall, isn't the case anyway?

Posted by: Pat G. at 25.07.2006 04:49 PM

Its amazing that something so absurd and disastrous and inhumane can happen right before the world's eyes and it can or will do nothing.
I wonder, if ever since 911, (which speculation states that the US created to have carte blanche on their plan to control oil in the world and create wars to do so) Bush said in his infamous and rather comical cowboy manner "either your with us or against us" who has the nerve to say something like that unless he has the pretentious assurance that no one can stand in his way?
I prefer that blatant honesty, the reality in all its ugliness, than the charade the US and Israel has played to create this war, which they had been planning for all along.
or perhaps these superpowers still feel the need to cover up the ugliness and justify it? which means that they too fear on a minor level granted the worlds opinion of them, perhaps it is economic consequences they fear, i dont know,
but its time the world boycotted US and Israeli products if it lives in fear of doing anything else.

Posted by: Tamara at 25.07.2006 07:04 PM

i dont know if i should laugh or cry ... i am lebanese still living in Lebanon under the bombs and when i see this i ask my self where this world is going ? what is democracy ? what is human rights ? what is the geneva convention ? and i have one answer all this is a joke a big lie created by the same butchers that claim being the masters of democracy the great deffender of human rights and in reality they are the first to break all the rules and do all the atrocities in the name of humanity !!!! shame shame shame !
my advise to the population of the world watch out tomorow might be your turn this monster with three heads (USA,Israel,england) cant stop .a blood sucker need blood to stay alive !!! tomorow it might be the turn of one of you !!!!

Posted by: caroline at 25.07.2006 08:04 PM

I agree, it's unbelievable that the world can stand by. That's why it's our responisibility to do something about it. I'm with a newly forming group that is campaigning for an immediate cease fire under the conditions set forward by Kofi Annan. If you would like to sign the petition please visit our website and sign to make your voice heard.

Please pass this on to as many of your friends as possible. We all must rely on the internet to provide the alternative voice.

Posted by: Enver at 26.07.2006 10:21 PM

Hi! I just put up a very simple downloadable PDF that people can print. It says: "Cease Fire in Lebanon Now." I'm hoping that folks will print it out and put it in their home windows.

Anyway just wanted to spread the word. I hope you'll sign the petition above too!


Posted by: Ceasefire at 01.08.2006 07:23 AM

Why hasn't there a cease fire, even though the rest of the world demands it?
Maybe because the opinion of the rest of the world matters less to the two conflicting sides than their own opinions?
Maybe because the rest of the world doesn't have to live with a constant aggression from the other side of the border?

This conflict started because of concrete issues, and until those issues are reversed, there is no point in ceasing the fire, since it will just restart in a few weeks.

Posted by: Arnon at 03.08.2006 07:37 AM

Israel is only an underdog of the USA. But there cannot be a cease-fire because either the US or UK, both have the power to veto the cease-fire at the UNCS (the Security Council of the UN).


The Lebanese could take their fate into their own hands, and not wait for the US to tell Israel to stop (actually, we know the US has rushed and is rushing more bombs to the Israelis for the continuation of the "war", which is clearly no more than the coldblood onslaugh of Lebanese civilians by the MONSTERS Israelis using US precision laser-guided bombs)

Don't WAIT for a cease-fire!

My solution to immediately end this continuing massacre is this:

All the refugees who had fled must now rise from their shelters and, with their children, march back south, unarmed, and drive the Israelis army out of South Lebanon.

If you agree with me, then please suggest this solution by posting on all forum boards which you know.

Thank You.

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