If one were to accept the insistence of disgraced former UK MP George Galloway and his supporters, one would assume that Galloway is a peace activist; that Galloway desires and cherishes peace.
This would be a grave error. Recent statements given by Galloway during a visit to Edmonton seem to show he isn't that interested in a genuine peace, so much as a one-sided war.
In Edmonton, Galloway spoke to the recent revelations implicating in the assassination of Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.
“We are told this crime was committed by the Lebanese resistance,” Galloway told his audience. “And we’re told it with the same certainty, by the same people who told us so certainly that Syria had been responsible for this. And we’re supposed to believe it.”
To treat each set of allegations as identical would be facile and cynical. The allegations against Syria were based on the testimony of informants (regardless of how reliable these informants may or may not be). The allegations against Hezbollah are based on evidence.