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to disarm Hizbollah this time round will compel Israel to resume military operations in Lebanon.
The group must be asked to disarm and participate in Lebanon's national politics as one political party competing against others on an equal footing.
A two- or three-day deadline to disarm or face force?
Fourteen forty-one, the Security Council resolution passed unanimously last fall, said clearly that Saddam Hussein has one last chance to disarm.
The only circumstances in which Saddam is going to disarm peacefully are circumstances where he gets a clear, united message on behalf of the international community: disarm peacefully or you will be disarmed by force.
It is likely to declare simply that Iraq is in 'material breach' of its obligations to disarm under the previous resolution 1441, rather than calling explicitly for 'serious consequences' - diplomatic code for military force.
The Prime Minister said there was unmistakable evidence that Saddam's regime was withholding co-operation from UN weapons inspectors and that the 12-year international effort to disarm Baghdad was entering its final phase.
Even now I hope Saddam can come to his senses, co-operate fully and disarm peacefully, as the UN has demanded, but if he does not, if he rejects the peaceful route, then he must be disarmed by force,'' said Mr Blair.
Mr Blair told MPs that there was ``unmistakable'' evidence that Saddam's regime was withholding cooperation from United Nations weapons inspectors, and that the 12-year international effort to disarm Baghdad was entering its ``final phase.
But the Prime Minister warned: ``Even now, I hope Saddam can come to his senses, co-operate fully and disarm peacefully, as the UN has demanded.
US Secretary of State Colin Powell last night urged the international community to fulfil its 'solemn responsibility' to disarm Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein.
Instead, they propose that an HSV glycoprotein on the surface of the infected cells eventually disarms LAK and NK cells.