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    • Alan
    • 06.06.07 | 03:43 (IDT)

    Why are your comments on this thread so completely one sided and promoting of war - in fact having little to do with this moron, Segev's article? Durson, you talk about the "next" war being assymetric including "non-conventional" attacks on Israel and you, Field Marshall Clickfool, say that your "top target would be key oil refineries"... so that... "Israel's economy and military machine would rapidly be brought to a standstill." You people are nuts! The reaction to "suicide" bombings is one thing, and the reaction to Hezbullahs kidnapping and murdering and then launching of 1000's of rockets another. But, clearly a major attack, anything non-conventional, or any other imminent existential threat to the State of Israel would bring a completely different reaction. No sane person could think it would be worth it for any country in the region to risk its very survival attempting a major, even somewhat damaging, attack on Israel. Anyone who does so really would be the fool.

    from the article: What was forgotten that morning
    First published 00:00 05.06.07 | Last updated 00:00 05.06.07
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