While admiring Mr. Belin's hopes and dreams for peace, I am trying to reconcile two of his arguments, and see a space in his reasoning. First, he stated "It doesn't justify... Hezbollah's major arms buildup, or...the irresponsible excitement and baseless territorial claims of Hassan Nasrallah, even though we withdrew from Lebanon to the last millimeter." I remember Egypt's demand that it get the Sinai back to the last millimeter, in return for peace. However, Nasrallah's offer in return for the last millimeter of Lebanon, was more land (the fantasy of Sheba), not peace. second "...the concealment of rockets in the homes of innocent Lebanese civilians," How does this square with Belin's comment of "A formal change in the attitude toward noncombatants led to hundreds of Lebanese civilian casualties."
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