why cant we have salam/shalom/peace!?? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • salam
    • 29.11.11 | 06:11 (IST)

    as a lebanese, it is very frustrating to see Hezbollah ruin such a beautiful country. They want to make Lebanon another Gaza or Iran, NO THANKS! If Israel and Lebanon were to go to war (hopefully no!) they must wipe out this cancer once and for all, and this can only be done by attacking Hezbollah areas rather than what was done in 2006 when sunni and christian areas were attacked. HOPEFULLY one of these days, if Hezbollah is ever eliminated, we Lebanese will see peace with Israel!! SALAM.SHALOM.PEACE.

    from the article: Four Katyusha rockets from Lebanon hit northern Israel, gas tank struck
    First published 02:14 29.11.11 | Last updated 02:14 29.11.11
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