Mark Lincoln - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Reid
    • 11.09.06 | 04:44 (IDT)

    Mark Lincoln, What happened to you. You used to be pretty evenhanded. The last couple weeks you sound like Yaakov Sullivan. Israel (not Hezbollah) won the Diplomatic War. Israel was allowed to stay South of the Litani until the UN force stood up. During this period found (and destroyed) an underground Hezbollah city (two square kilometers under roof), a host of tunnels, and $1 Billion of fortifications. Hezbollah dismantled 14 outposts and withdrew all of the rockets, etc there North of the Litani. Lebanese forces took positions South of Litani for the first time since 1978. This corrected the great mistake of Barak's 2000 withdrawal. In addition, everyone will think a little bit next time they decide to cross the International Border and attack Israel directly. I hope Israel sticks with SCR 1701 and insists on the unconditional release of the two soldiers. All in all, not bad. Too much dithering. Israel should have pushed to the Litani the first 3 days, not the last

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    First published 00:00 10.09.06 | Last updated 00:00 10.09.06
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