Very curious. Nasrallah wants to get rid of Olmert. How do we know this? Because he calls Olmert a fool and says he wants him to remain, thereby advertising the fact that he DOESN'T want him to remain. (Reverse psychology, my mother used to call this.) So what has Olmert got that Nasrallah is afraid of? Simply, Olmert basically won the war, because he wasn't afraid to bomb, invade, blockade and whatever else it took to drive Lebanon to a cease-fire. Also, Olmert has sworn to part Nasrallah from his head. Poor Nasrallah doesn't dare stick it out for fear Olmert will see it gets blown off. Interesting. So why are so many Israelis calling for Olmert's resignation? Maybe they don't see things as clearly as Nasrallah.
U.S., allies conduct 31 air strikes in Syria and Iraq against ISIS militants (Reuters)
from the article: Nasrallah: 'Even I don't know where my hideout is located'
Netanyahu is encouraged by the fact that some of his critics are starting to cast doubt on the deal, and even to echo his arguments against it.17:39 30.07.15 | 9 comments