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    • Will
    • 31.07.06 | 14:23 (IDT)

    The myth of the 'moral' Isreali army has been exposed for what it is in the past two weeks, a bunch of lies! Either that, or it is the most inept and bungling army on the planet. Isreal's military has shown itself to be just as barbaric and blood thirsty as any terrorist outfit in the Middle East. Continue with your war against civilians, see how far it gets you. Will it end terrorism in the ME? Certainly not! Will you destroy Hezbollah? Fat chance! In fact, Isreal's current actions will only serve to strenghten the resolve of groups such as Hezbollah and is steadily eroding any support for your plight around the world. The only way for Isreals current actions to succeed is to go the whole hog and completely eliminate all that stand before you. Is this how it is to be? Does never again only apply to Isrealis and jews? Are you angling for a wide war or is the currect action just a deadly childish fit? Now, you may commence with your insults and practised indignation!

    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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