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    • Gideon
    • 29.07.06 | 03:53 (IDT)

    Let's take a look at the situation. The military new about all the rockets because Halutz said they could reach Tel-Aviv on the first day. He also said originally that this will take 2 months. They decided to use the airforce to soften Hizballah. This was the tactic in the Gulf war. Remember in that war Bush bombed Iraq for 30 days. The IDF have time because the US is not asking for a ceasefire even today. In 1982 Israel lost 100 soldiers taking Bint Jbail and that was with Arafats troops. So far there was one Ambush and the Hezbos believe they've won. Let the Army do it's job and in the end I know we'll Win.

    from the article: IDF chief Halutz released from hospital after undergoing tests
    First published 00:00 29.07.06 | Last updated 00:00 29.07.06
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