It was impossible to aboid with iranean stooge named HEZBALLAH... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Vitorio
    • 25.03.07 | 03:08 (IST)

    Mistake of Israel: HEZBALLAH-NASRALLAH and its Master - Iran were thinking "when", "where" and "how" to attack Israel. Israel ignored the preparations by HEZBALLAH at all. Mistake of HEZBALLAH-Nasrallah: Israel was underevaluated. Nasrallah thought that Israel wouldn't respond. Siria and Iran wanted to continue transfer of weaponry to HEZB (without starting the military actions}. Mistake of Iran: Ahmadinejad didn't expect that his servant, Nasrallah, would start military actions against Israel without Iran's permission. For Iran's point of view, HEZBALLAH should be a second front in future war with Israel, HAMAS - the third front. What will follow? Probably, war with Iran. Hezballah and Hamas should support Iran militarily by order from Tehran. Bibi hopefully will be PM by that time. War with Iran will be defficult, but there is no chance for israel to avoid it. Israel cannot lose that war; similarly, Israel couldn't lose war in 1948. God bless Israel.

    from the article: Most definitely a war
    First published 00:00 23.03.07 | Last updated 00:00 23.03.07
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