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    • 14.08.06 | 10:25 (IDT)

    Yes, We won. It took Israel finally taking the war seriously to do it, but we have won. Sadly we lost many brave and creative young men. We miss the life in their eyes. Hezbollah was a fine fighting force. Their tactics should be deemed "War Crimes" hiding behind their daughters, and doctoring the media. But they fought hard, and now they have to conquer their humiliation and find honor in having making peace. Is this beyound them? Are these folks, who grew up in madrases, trained in Iran and fed the bitter fruit of humiliation and Shiite psycho-dynamics capable of making peace? the agreement calls for all militias to disarm. Will the Hezbollah finally disarm. 1979 Arab League called for the disarming of all malitias in Lebanon. 2000 UN calls for disarming of Hezbollah 2006 UN again calls for disarming of the Hezbollah. Israel is always being condemned for showing it's bum to the UN and their resolutions, I wonder why?

    from the article: Olmert should stay
    First published 00:00 14.08.06 | Last updated 00:00 14.08.06
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