If the first raid occured at midnight, when did the rockets get fired? half hour before? an hour???. Reporters in the past days have claimed that Hezbollah fired rockets during the day, not at night for fear of being discovered. If they changed tactics, then they would not have had time to escape.So how come CNN crew on the scene could not find any tubes, rockets or military gear.Just 10 buildings completely flattened? Did any rocket fall on Israel that evening? or did the IAF wait till midnight to make sure that every body is asleep for maximum body count? Perez talk about two more weeks, and I am sure that 2 weeks down the road, the rockets will still be landing in Israel. Every retired general interviewed on CNN said, the only way to deal a direct blow to Hezbollah is to have boots on the ground.
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from the article: Qana villagers refute IDF claims building fell hours after strike