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    • Cecil
    • 15.07.06 | 08:45 (IDT)

    I have read a few good posts here and as usual there are some that are so funny. Like the one at #37 where he says that the Israeli Navy's SOS was a message from Lebanon saying 'Don't mess with us'. Well, I hope he is thankful that the IAF did not blow out the control tower, their power grids, their water supply and their communication systems totally. By the time, this issue comes to an end, Lebanon will have no pants at all. Really but Israel MUST put an end to the rockets from Hizbullah and I believe that any competent PM of Israel today should act with a bold fist even at the expense of international condemnation. Forget the UN, they are inept, corrupt and incompetent. No soveriegn State with an elected Government should allow a militant group like Hizbullah to act outside the confines of Parliament. It does not matter if they hold seats in Parliament. They should not be allowed to get away this time. Nasrallah must be taken out along with many others who might succeed him.

    from the article: Caught with its pants down
    First published 00:00 14.07.06 | Last updated 00:00 14.07.06
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