There is no need to even worry about this... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Ronen Newmark
    • 18.12.10 | 02:09 (IST)

    Anti tank missiles are only relevant when it's assumed that Israeli tanks would have a reason to enter into Lebanon. Israel has learned many lessons in the past 20 years when it comes to warfare with it's neighbors. There is no need to put tanks in an offensive stance in Lebanon anymore, if Hezbolla should even sneeze the wrong way at the Israeli boarder, I'd like to see how effective these anti tank missiles would be against 200 Israeli drones flying 3 miles above the ground turning all of Lebanon into hell on earth. Anti tank missiles? ooooh so scary, maybe 10 years ago, Israel's enemies are always at least a decade behind, this news makes me worried for Israel, it makes me worried for Lebanese who actually believe this makes them stronger...

    from the article: Report: France to send Lebanon 100 anti-tank missiles
    First published 19:51 17.12.10 | Last updated 19:51 17.12.10
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