The ARABS can lose all day long BUT - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • d.dor
    • 28.09.06 | 15:49 (IDT)

    Israel does not have the luxury of losing ONCE. There is no determined 'excessive force' when backed against the sea with 1.2 billion jihadists calling for your destruction. The restraint Israel has shown toward it's hate mongering enemies is remarkable. Guys and Dolls, learn your history. A good starter is Leon Uris's THE HAJ. It's easy reading and jam packed full of insight into the Islamic mindset. I've read it many times but picked it up again after Iran's bellicose leader started in on his war chant 'Israel must be destroyed.' Next time there is a skirmish remember, Israel does not have the luxury of losing, thus, there can be no such thing as excessive force. And, yes, Israel does 'occupy' the land, ITS land that it liberated from the jihadists. Learn your history, people. d.dor

    from the article: Gal-On asks Peretz to look into use of cluster bombs in Lebanon
    First published 00:00 28.09.06 | Last updated 00:00 28.09.06
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