Israelis Should Pray for Nasrallah - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Walid
    • 25.07.07 | 11:33 (IDT)

    Hizbullah has proven it time and again to the Israelis that they should not be messing around with it. Over 70% of all of Lebanon is now solidly behind Hizbullah and any attempt to discredit it will be met with failure irrespective of how many times Israel destroys it and has to rebuild it. The latest effort in the Nahr el Bared camp by the Saudi fundamentalists that has cost us already a hundred of our valiant soldiers in the foreigners' attempt at splitting the army to have a free hand in fighting Hizbullah is also failing as no matter what happens, the Lebanese Army would never fight Hizbullah. The Israelis should be praying that nothing happens to Nasrallah because the one who would follow after him to take his place is very scary to consider even for a Lebanese. By comparison to those other Hizbullah seniors, Nasrallah is a gentle lamb that is keeping the flock in check and if something happens to him, you will have a million running towards your borders. You saw when the war ended how crazy they were when they rushed back to their homes among the unexploded shells and cluster bombs. Those steel double fences at the border could not hold a million people back. All the Talkback Rambos here should carefully re think out their bravado comments.

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    First published 00:00 25.07.07 | Last updated 00:00 25.07.07
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