Wednesday, April 27, 2005

From blog member Samer al-Batal
Syria quits Lebanon
S al-B: The article points out that there is doubt as to whether the entire intelligence apparatus has been cleared out of the country. As I mentioned before, Syria is less willing to scuttle its intelligence network than to withdraw militarily. But by and large, and with the resignation of Lebanese security chief Jameel is-Say'yid and the departure of Syrian intelligence chief Rustum Ghazaaleh, that network has been dismantled, and Syria's past influence is now diminishing noticeably.

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