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    • Efox
    • 04.08.06 | 05:18 (IDT)

    All ready lining up to chant their wishful thinking for the destruction of Israel and the deaths of six million more Jews. But Israel never meant Lebanon to be Kosovo. Kosovo was part of Serbia, Lebanon is now part of Syria. Palestine could maybe be Kosovo, a nasty little breakaway state desperate for a return to the stone age. Lebanon is more like a Turkish Proxy, attacking Serbia hoping to make towers from the skulls of their victims, but this time they found one of the worlds most powerful armies ready to bomb them back. So of course, they resort to the age old tactic of self sacrifice in the hopes that if they whine loud enough about losing the war they started, the soft headed will feel sorry for them and pressure Israel to cut off its own hands out of guilt. Fat chance, Israel is no Serbia. You can not attack Israel and then hope the US will come in and help you destroy them. The US was stupid enough to destroy Serbia and it did, but not stupid enough to be destroyed by Israel.

    from the article: ANALYSIS: IAF chiefs admit air power can't subdue rocket fire
    First published 00:00 04.08.06 | Last updated 00:00 04.08.06
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