Peretz and His Theats - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Yaakov Sullivan
    • 07.08.06 | 20:20 (IDT)

    Orders have been given by Israel to the remaining remnant left in south Lebanon "to stay indoors"."What indoors"? If there is any remaining structures this will be targeted.And the people who can't get out and heed thisIAF warning? Their future?Or the order toleave.On what? And have happen to them what happened to the fleeing civilians in Marwahil? Now Peretz says the gloves are really off and the may bomb schools, hospitals and government building, just to cause them a little more pain, especially after this killing in Kfar Giladi. Israel is at the end of its rope.It is just striking out making sure that it will bring as much pain and devastation on Lebanon as possible. If rerlaize Israelcares little for world opnion but world opinion is concerned with Israel and the wave of anti-Israel sentiment that will rise after this conflict does not bode wellfor Israel's future-does not bode well at all.It will be seen not as a denfender of its existence or freedom but nothing more than a bully

    from the article: Cabinet to meet over expansion of ground operations
    First published 00:00 07.08.06 | Last updated 00:00 07.08.06
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