Lebanon PM doesn't believe Israel will withdraw from divided border village
Lebanon's Premier Fouad Saniora said on Monday reported Israeli plans to pullout forces from a Lebanese village are a ploy to create discord among the Lebanese and to divert attention from spy networks arrested in Lebanon. "This shrewd propaganda by the Israeli press reflects Israeli anger and embarrassment in the face of several Israeli spy networks uncovered by Lebanese security throughout Lebanon," Saniora was quoted as saying by AFP.
These remarks came following Israeli press reports that Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is to announce on Wednesday that Israel ready to withdraw its forces from the northern part of the divided border village of Ghajar.
"No one will be fooled by these claims," the Lebanese leader said.