the solution for the israelies and the lebanese - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • tony
    • 10.06.07 | 17:43 (IDT)

    let's not kid ourselves even the IDF couldn't tumble down hezbollah's. Sorry to say it to the writer but the lebanese army will never be that equiped to battle hezbollah's and that fantasy of hezbollah fighting the lebanese army or vice versa will never happen, hezbollah's are smarter than that. so the solution for the lebanese and israelie citizens who do not want is to put un soldiers all over the borders thus u'll have your safe borders and then u might give us back shebaa and let us open a way to jordan (due to the fact that the syrian borders might close) and plus ask the united nations to establish bases in lebanon in order to upgrade and train the leabanese army and internal forces to have a powerful and nuetral lebanon and then we'll wait for you until you make peace with the other arab states i hope and then we'll meet again and good bye then to militant groups and wars n take care my dear beloved enemies.

    from the article: Hezbollah's Palestinian predicament
    First published 00:00 10.06.07 | Last updated 00:00 10.06.07
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