Talk of an International force - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • William
    • 31.07.06 | 23:00 (IDT)

    Now the latest news is that Syria is against an International force; because Syria is afraid that an International force if it succeeds will leave them holding an empty bag. So you will see that from now on the idea of an I.F. with teeth will get watered down all the way until we won't even get false teeth but an International interference between Israel & Lebanon which will hamper Israel to respond next time; and G-D forbid if we accidentally kill one of them; that country will call us on the carpet & with righteous indignation demand an apology to that county, family & to all of mankind. So in my opinion an I.F. will be a GRAVE mistake. An I.F. cannot dismantle Hezbollah because Hezbollah can be easily incorporated in the Lebanese army which will put them in uniform on Israel?s border & if they G-D forbid kill or kidnap Israelis their response will be that it was rogue or disgruntled soldiers & our bleeding heart Jewish brethren will join the chorus.

    from the article: Between Shaba and Taba
    First published 00:00 31.07.06 | Last updated 00:00 31.07.06
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