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    • Lubnani Yehudi
    • 30.04.07 | 20:04 (IDT)

    They have to look at the failures within the system becuase their survival depends on it, whereas the Arabs are too corrupt, greedy, stupid and many, to do any such thing as even put pen to paper. The Egyptians were too arogant, so were the Syrians and Jordanians. The Iraqis and Iranians both new they'd been bamboozled by the west in their war and so the only failure there was the war itself. I think now hezbillah has done a lot of this sort of thing over the years because of the results they have produced, they have continuously adapted and learned to rely on the predictability of the IDF in war. I think Syria and Iran have also done their homework, because i think nowawdays there is much to lose. So in the event of another war with Hezb, it will be much harder and bloodier for both sides, same with Iran and Syria. Gone are the days when Israel could rely on Arab arrogance and ignorance to overcome armies and conquer entire regions.

    from the article: Lebanon war probe accuses Olmert of 'severe failure,' blasts Halutz, Peretz
    First published 00:00 30.04.07 | Last updated 00:00 30.04.07
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