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    • Miami Man
    • 30.04.10 | 20:18 (IDT)

    have a son or daughter in the IDF. We do, as do most of the families in Israel. Thats the reason why we do not wage war unless attacked first. Every Israeli soldier is precious to us. We all mourn each death as if it was someone in our family. Thats something rabid anti semites like you will never understand. You are totally clueless as seen by your following quote. "all Israel has to do is stay behind it`s side of the Blueline and there will be no war" Where were we in 1973 when we were attacked by Syria and Egypt. Where were we when Hezbollah crossed the border, kidnapped and killed our soldiers and fired rockets on on our civilians as a diversion. Were were we when Hamas fired 8,000 rockets into our towns and villages. We know what Hezbollah is capable of. We know that some of our sons and daughters will die in their defense of the Jewish homeland just as they have been doing for the last 62 years. We will mourn them. Sorry Linthwaite we do not get into cattle trucks anymore

    from the article: Israel's best intentions may not be enough to avert war in Lebanon
    First published 04:52 30.04.10 | Last updated 14:35 30.04.10
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