If the governments of Lebanon and the Palestinian Authority are unwilling to disarm the Iranian controlled terror organization that operate in their territories, or if they are incapable of doing so, then they are not worthy of international recognition as legitimate regimes.
UN Security Council resolutions and International treaties define crimes against humanity as the "participation in and knowledge of a widespread or systematic attack against a civilian population, and the multiple commission of [such] acts ... against any civilian population" These international binding instruments go on to impose uniform mandatory counter-terrorist obligations on all states to "bring to justice the perpetrators, organizers and sponsors of terrorist attacks and stresses that those responsible for aiding, supporting or harboring the perpetrators, organizers and sponsors of these acts will be held accountable."
The ongoing terrorist aggression carried out by the Islamist criminals of Hizbollah and Hamas against uninvolved civilians within Israel's internationally recognized boundaries constitute a policy of premeditated crimes against humanity and the rulers of Lebanon and the PA are guilty of harboring and supporting these offenders.
Therefore, the international community, including the UN, USA, EU, G8 and NATO, must send a task force to liberate the people of Lebanon and the Gaza Strip from the terrorist occupation and the puppet governments that harbor them. They should enforce law and order until both these societies prove in actions that they are ready to operate within the parameters of International Law.
The entire world knows full well that Israel will keep the peace and respect her neighbors, as soon as the terrorists stop their criminal attacks.
Ehud Tokatly, 16/July/2006