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    • Armin
    • 04.08.10 | 02:28 (IDT)

    Don't trust your news, because nobody in Lebanon wants you to know what is really going on, but here you are reading Haaretz, so there is hope... Anyhow, I appreciate your comment and sympathize with your entrapment. But tell me, how shall the IDF handle the massive build-up of Hezbollah military infrastructure at the border, which will be used to hit Israeli civilians eventually, when it suits Iran and Syria? Hezbollah is preparing to hit crowded population centers with massive amounts of new, more powerful and precise rockets. And why exactly? What kind of threat is Israel to Lebanon. None, as long as Israel is not threatened from Lebanese territory, in the past by the PLO and now by Hezbollah. Israel has no interest in a conflict with Lebanon, but the duty of the IDF is to protect the Israeli population from Hezbollah/Hamas/PLO/whatever terror. Read www.madinisrael.blogspot.com and discuss. Good luck and peace to all of us!

    from the article: 3 Lebanese soldiers, journalist killed in clash on Israel-Lebanon border
    First published 12:52 03.08.10 | Last updated 15:47 03.08.10
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