To 56 & 61, hopefully to all readers - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Dawn
    • 28.07.06 | 00:37 (IDT)

    Luckily there are people like you. It's difficult as it it to be unbiased, but mute the tv & just watch the damages. Regardless of the severe fact that the death ratio is unbalanced & whether its 1 Israeli or 50 Lebanese, they are mostly civilians who didn't choose this war. Who unlike their governments, don't wish to be manipulated by the US, Iran & others. The fact is, & I know that as a Lebanese, most of the Lebanese have no real issue with a Jewish state. They just want Shebaa farms & their prisoners. It's simples, this unnecessary war is based on 1) beliefs (which anyone can hardly eliminate) & 2) Other nations able to play with us like toys. We just end up spilling more blood. If you look at the past few years, Lebanese have been able to deal with the existence of Israel more than ever. Like it or not,Israel is there & whether it remains or notthis is really not of the Lebanese concern nor business. So what jeopardize does it do if Israel works effectively on peace,fairly?

    from the article: Wounded troops describe Bint Jbail battle as 'hell on earth'
    First published 00:00 27.07.06 | Last updated 00:00 27.07.06
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