Nasrallah in hiding, after the cease-fire, for fear of being assassinated by Mossad. That fact alone confirms Israel's existence outside international law. Only rogue states engage in extra-judicial killings. All those who revel in abusive comments against Nasrallah should ask themselves: how can any nation consider Israel a legitimate state while engaging in political assassinations and kidnappings both in Palestine and Lebanon? Nasrallah has reason to be sad, depressed and burdened by Israel's destruction of Lebanon; those who were killed and maimed are his people. Clearly, he has lost neither his clear sight nor his sense of humour. What a great man. Why didn't Olmert have the courage to engage in negotiations with Hamas or Nasrallah to reach honorable peace before the war? Strength is all too readily decried as defeat by those who didn't act. Their vociferous contempt locks Israel into a bunker from which there may be no escape, unless Nasrallah wins again.
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