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    • Markos Souza
    • 04.02.10 | 01:45 (IST)

    1400 casualities in 3 weeks of open combat in a high density zone. What it means? A genocide? Deffinatly not, a combat in a place like that would take 1400 lifes each day. What conclusion we get from it? Israel didnt use all its power since 73. A join attack from Syria, lebanon and pals wouldnt be a preemptive atack to neutraliza an enemy, but a hostile act with the goal of erradicate the enemy. In that situation, you really think the US would be able to hold israel in the collar it use to hold? Hundred, even thousand of israelis would die in such comflict, but it would be the end for its enemies.

    from the article: Assad: Israel leading the Middle East to war
    First published 17:14 03.02.10 | Last updated 13:49 22.02.10
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