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    • Fadi
    • 14.07.06 | 18:47 (IDT)

    Israel is not currently doing enough. Hizbollah is still on the border and still firing rockets on Israel. The IDF has had no effect whatsoever yet. What needs to be done is to surround Hizbollah from both the North as well as the advancing attack from the South. FROM THE SOUTH: burn everything as you advance. Do not leave hizbollah pockets, as the firing of missiles will ocntinue FROM THE NORTH: do a sea/air landing in the seaport city of Jounieh (entirely christian and entirely anti-hizbollah) and advance on Beirut from the North too. Hizbollah will be completely surrounded, Hassan Nassrallah would not be able to leave Dahia, and you would capture all of the masterminds of that party (the name of whom by the way should be changed to Party of Satan rather than Party of God).

    from the article: Jordan urges quick UN intervention to end Lebanon, Gaza raids
    First published 00:00 14.07.06 | Last updated 00:00 14.07.06
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