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    • another lebanese
    • 28.07.06 | 01:25 (IDT)

    well I don't know if I'm funny, but I'm no guy. anyhow, in a law of the jungle, Israel has the right to attack lebanon. n I believe Israel does comply to the law of the jungle. which means they also ave the right to conquer lebanon. The UN, despite moaning about it, has given them this right, bcz they've seen what would happen if they don't havent they? and the US which is more of a farm then a jungle but irrelevent, has given them this right. and we're fighting back not aiming to blow israel up but trying to convince them not to attack. they wont stop killing us bcz our lives are cheap according to them, but they will stop if they realised they're people are dying bcz they hold high stakes for that.our gvmt ask for this to stop and we cheer our resistance to try and convince the enemy to back off.that doesnt stop us from being human and cry when our kids die or even when young dilusional israeli soldiers die.

    from the article: What they will say in Ramallah
    First published 00:00 27.07.06 | Last updated 00:00 27.07.06
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