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    • Ehud
    • 30.01.07 | 19:29 (IST)

    You seem to have a problem with logic and reality: 1. it is not worth responding to me, yet responding you do. 2. The "evil things the IDF did willfully" (for what purpose exactly?) took place "far away from the theater of war". As far as I remember the IDF did not act outside Lebanon, the very country from which it was attacked by a militia with ministers in the parliament. With all due sympathy for the Lebanase, they need to take responsibility and get their act together. You can't allow the Lebanese "Party of God" to attack your neighbor and then declare your are not really in charge and hide behind a fake concept of victimhood 3. Destabilizing Lebanon? I believe this is what Hisbollah and Syria do. If attacked, we will respond, even at the expense of destabilizing the country from which we have been attacked. 4. I doubt that the only winner is Hisbollah. Last time I checked the failed to topple the government - and not for a lack of trying.

    from the article: Was it a war of choice?
    First published 00:00 30.01.07 | Last updated 00:00 30.01.07
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