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    • Joseph
    • 07.09.06 | 20:29 (IDT)

    It is only natural when you are under heavy and vicious bombing to be holed up somewhere,Bush did it ,so did Cheney! Imagine this:What if Hezbollah had fighter jets and were bombing Tel Aviv and the Knesset where would Olmert be? On the beach collecting sea shells? Or where would you be Mr. Nakhash,smelling roses outside your garden? Absolutly NOT!Nassrallah had rallied a lot of people behind him, Olmert did not. Look at the division in your country. The days of the sweet taste of victory are over!Now it is the bitter taste of defeat!The big sign of loss in Israel is when the military criticises and attacks their political and military leadership. Mr. Nakhash, Olmert had failed you and your people and you cannot deny that! Think about it

    from the article: Nasrallah: 'Even I don't know where my hideout is located'
    First published 00:00 06.09.06 | Last updated 00:00 06.09.06
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