#44 Yehuda - Lebanese Govt is Impotent - Give it Viagra - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Umm El Kul Naqba
    • 13.07.06 | 23:07 (IDT)

    The Lebanese govt is impotent because of the political makeup between Moslems and Maronite Christian strife. But it has had good relations with Israel during the Lebanese war and is doing the best it can. Syria was supposed to have left. Now is the time to strike at Hezbollah headquarter and permanently annex the buffer zone putting their rockets out of range of our civilian populations. Losing land is the worst thing that can happen to Arabs. Death to them means absolutely nothing but losing land is everything. So we must annex to hurt them in the worst way possible. We left Lebanon in 2000 and Gaza in 2005. There pervertion of the facts must invoke a painful lesson.

    from the article: Army to decide on lowering alert in north; Qassams hit Negev
    First published 00:00 13.07.06 | Last updated 00:00 13.07.06
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