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    • Eric
    • 22.05.10 | 09:31 (IDT)

    Perhaps this Islamist museum will help Israel in two ways. First, the propaganda will be so over the top that visitors will recognize the extremism and jihadist vision of the Hizbollah movement. Second, the movement leaders must know that if a new war breaks out, Israel will destroy that museum on the first bombing run. Let us hope, therefore, that this small museum will - even if unintentionally - lead to some good --- despite its terrorist founders' hopes.

    from the article: Hezbollah inaugurates museum highlighting its 'resistance' against Israel
    First published 01:01 22.05.10 | Last updated 01:01 22.05.10
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