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    • Ratna Pelle
    • 29.11.11 | 11:48 (IST)

    Israel itself is behind the firing of those grad-type missiles and that's why Israel isn't sending the IAF for the usual killing of innocent Lebanese. Israel is seeking a casus belli and international support for a major invasion of Lebanon. So here's what will happen: last night's attack will be aired widely in the Western and U.S. based news networks. So the picture has been planted: Israel got attacked and innocent Israel is acting with restraint. Such means: gaining sympathy among the public in both Europe and the U.S. Next step: we can expect more of this kind of events in the next days. Than Israeli and American military spokesmen will claim that Syria is behind the attacks. And eventually, when the classic picture of the little innocent Israel has been aired around sufficiently, the IDF will launch a broader slaughter campaign against the truely innocent people of Lebanon. So mark my words.

    from the article: UNIFIL vows to ensure calm after four rockets strike Israel from Lebanon
    First published 11:11 29.11.11 | Last updated 11:11 29.11.11
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