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    • Brad
    • 03.08.10 | 21:04 (IDT)

    The facts need to be confirmed. If the Israeli story is accurate, that the trees being trimmed were on Israeli territory, then of course the fault lies with Lebanon. As to learning a lesson from the last war, yes there were lessons to be learned. But you speak as if Israel was defeated. It had a fraction of deaths, injuries and damage to property that the Lebanese had. Its soldiers were not on the run on escape routes, like Hezbollah was who retreated north of the Latani. You are lying to yourself but that is characteristic of many, many Muslim's both within and outside the Islamic world. Even if the tree was on the Lebanese side, Lebanon's behaviour was disgraceful. Maybe next time Israel should simply eliminate Lebanon. Too bad, there are some very decent people there but at its heart Lebanon has grown a tumour!

    from the article: Israeli officer killed in clash on Israel-Lebanon border
    First published 18:04 03.08.10 | Last updated 18:04 03.08.10
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