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    • Commonsense
    • 11.08.06 | 04:38 (IDT)

    Regardless what you think about wars, this wasn't a war. It was a military operation against guerillas(Hizbollah). No army completely won a war against guerillas, the partisan in France and in Poland and the Vietnamese died by thousands and they never won a war, so is Hezbollah to. If Israel attacked northern Lebanon, not only Hezbollah will disappear but also Lebanon. Therefore Israel restrained itself by no attacking N. Lebanon. Sorry but your knoweledge about the military and M.East politics are limited. I do not expected that you had a better knoweledge, since you are just a expectator. The day you will play your part like many of us who comments with Haaretz played in previous M.East wars you will understand that with the guerrilla warfare no one wins, but the Guerillas they die and thay fade away. People hardly remember who they were. Regards

    from the article: ANALYSIS: Olmert must swallow his pride, adopt UN resolution
    First published 00:00 11.08.06 | Last updated 00:00 11.08.06
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