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    • gerald
    • 24.08.06 | 14:02 (IDT)

    waste of time expecting the UN to do anything other than blame Israel for just about everything. The way the Syrians and Iranians are bragging this lull is just that, a lull. Fighting will resume as soon as those states decide to restart it. But this time Israel needs to go full force, with ground troops, air and all other forces needed. Plus Israel should go to the source, or at least Syria and destroy their infrastructure. It has to happen sooner or later or this conflict will never cease just like the Gaza mess. Arabs have only one goal and its to destroy Israel, therefore any talks with them are nothing more than a delaying tactic and they will resume at their convience

    from the article: Livni: Int'l community must bolster UNIFIL 'as quickly as possible'
    First published 00:00 24.08.06 | Last updated 00:00 24.08.06
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