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Douser concluded that Israel is not serious about peace, pointing to the continuous Israeli government's usage of stalling methods during negotiations with the Arab side, ever since the Camp David Accords with Egypt, more than 30 years ago, stressing that this is an Israeli fixed-rule.
While the skirmish may have heated things up along the Israeli-Lebanese border, it could in fact prove to be a fire douser for the escalating internal Lebanese tensions surrounding the alleged role of Hezbollah in the 2005 assassination of Rafiq al-Hariri, the late prime minister.
A drainage worker then stopped and used his water douser to put out the flames.