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    • felix
    • 24.07.06 | 19:24 (IDT)

    I was always unconditionally Israel supporter and admired its military actions like 6 day war, Entebbe raid and many, many others. Moshe Dayan, Ariel Sharon and countless number of IDF members thru its history are something that generations of Israelis can be proud. This time I am suspicious in two issues. 1. IQ of your Top commanders, is it dramatically reduced by some infection? 2. IDF joint command is successfully infiltrated by Hezbollah? Bombing Beirut, even Hezbollah locations, what could be that, offices, posts, some stores or any kind of non essential objects? What damage this inflicted on their abilities to launch rockets on Israel, did any rocket came from Beirut. Instead, this entire valuable ordinance wasted on Beirut and northern Lebanon could be used to level down complete southern part. Even civilian casualties on South could be accepted as “collateral damage”. Continue

    from the article: Not dying in vain
    First published 00:00 24.07.06 | Last updated 00:00 24.07.06
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