He also wants to play the game of "coulda', woulda', shoulda'", which is always hollow. What would Hezbollah have done if they had all those weapons? Well, I reckon we should look at what they *did* do with all the weapons that they *did* have at their disposal. What they did was a measured escalation in their attacks; they did not launch their missiles in the first few days. They warned that they *would* start firing them if the IDF continued their air strikes, and then they *did* start firing them when the IDF ignored their warnings. They said they would stop if the IDF stopped attacking towns, and when Condi *forced* the IDF to stop for 48 hours, Hezbollah did as well. So, Yossi, I'd say that if Hezbollah had those weapons they'd use them responsibly. But, you know, it was the IDF who had them, and they used them *irresponsibly*.
Passport control employees at Ben Gurion airport to strike between 11 A.M. and 1 P.M. (Haaretz)
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