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    • Martin
    • 27.04.10 | 16:04 (IDT)

    The last thing Israel wants is another war with Lebanon or its Hezbollah "guests". What did you expect Israel to do after Hezbollah kidnapped Israeli soldiers, drop a few bombs and call it a day? No. They went after the terrorist cancer to teach them a lesson once and for all as they did in Gaza to put an end to the rocket attacks fired indiscriminately on innocent civilians. These scumbags have no respect for human life (including their own) and Israel is the only country which is prepared to stand up to these idiots instead of being "politically correct" like the rest of the world.

    from the article: Egypt denies calling Israel an 'enemy state'
    First published 10:32 27.04.10 | Last updated 18:15 27.04.10
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