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What terror plot? ... and Hizbullah heroes?

Anu Anand | 13:24 UK time, Friday, 18 August 2006

The foiled terror plot over the Atlantic continues to make news everyday in the US and UK. Craig Murray, former British ambassador to Uzbekistan, argues there was no terror plot. It's all a political ploy to divert attention from Tony Blair and George Bush's perennial troubles. He'll be on the programme tonight, so email us now to take part. Or post a comment below.

And we want to know why the recent the conflict in the Middle East is perceived by so many as a victory for Hizbullah? Despite the damage done and lives lost, how has Hizbullah managed to win hearts and minds? The leader in the Economist this week -- Nasrallah wins the war. And Prince Hassan of Jordan told the BBC this week, the west and its allies have to beat Hezbollah at its own game.

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