Enemies but not Terrorists - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Ayan
    • 26.07.07 | 01:34 (IDT)

    Hezbollah has never targeted civilians. All of their targets have been military persons and installations. They came into existence not to destroy Israel or to kill the Jews, but to expell the invaders from Lebanon. Everyone who fights Israel is not a terrorist, even though for the simple minded it seems that way. This is a basic fight, a fight over land. Hezbollah is no more a terrorist organization than the Vietcong were who fought the American invaders of their motherland. And this idea that they would attack America at the behest of Iran? Huh, nice fiction. If Iran trains and equips Hezbollah, then why can't they carry out their own operations; why would they rely on a second rate middle man? Sounds like so much Hollywood fantasy, now being created by the Mossad to employ American help in their fight with Hez.

    from the article: Free Assad
    First published 00:00 25.07.07 | Last updated 00:00 25.07.07
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