17: Margie, don't exaggerate! The truth's bad enough. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • David Teich
    • 17.10.06 | 14:02 (IST)

    "UNIFIL allowed Hezbollah to use their official vehicle." Wrong. It's still unknown whether it was an official vehicle or one that was painted to look like an official vehicle. The later's probably true. However, it doesn't obviate the fact UNIFIL did nothing. "Unifil operatives took a video of the whole incident." Untrue. They video taped finding the vehicle and had on tape blood and other evidence of attack. They then not only didn't turn over evidence in a timely fashion, the lied about not having it and let Hizbullah come back and drive the vehicle away. Margie, the truth's bad enough. Please, you're often a good help on the boards, but lying and exaggerating should be left to the anti-semites.

    from the article: Lebanon's top Shi'ite cleric: UN force only protects Israel
    First published 00:00 16.10.06 | Last updated 00:00 16.10.06
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