17.7.06

Breaking NEWS!!!

update (22:00)
- israel: attacks onlebanon will not be finished before at least a week.
(source: MPF)

- UN Declared that 30 mins ago, israeli soldiers entered for some time the lebanese south. and Hizballah Declares that he stopped the advance of isaeli forces in more than one point on the lebanese land.
(source: MPF)

4 Comments:

At Monday, July 17, 2006 9:31:00 PM, Blogger RDPS said...

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At Monday, July 17, 2006 10:06:00 PM, Blogger Achillea said...

Hizballah Declares that he stopped the advance of isaeli forces in more than one point on the lebanese land.

Well, now we know where Baghdad Bob went.

 
At Monday, July 17, 2006 10:12:00 PM, Blogger hillz said...

lol..
comparng nasrallah with saddam?
u need to read some history and make some better analogies..

 
At Monday, July 17, 2006 10:43:00 PM, Blogger crosspatch said...

No, I believe he was comparing whoever realeased that statement with Saddam's information minister. Another purveyor of fantasy.

What I find so interesting is how Hezbollah actually causes what it claims to be able to prevent. They claim to be the bulwark against Israeli incursion, yet they cause that very incursion. If the Lebanese Army was on the border, there would have been no murder, no kidnapping, no missiles, and no war. I suppose when one engages in state sponsored hirabah, this is what they get in return.

Oh, and please don't kid yourself by believing that Nasrallah is in charge. This statement out today from the Iranian Foreign Minister who is currently directing thigs from Damascus shows very clearly who is really in charge:


DAMASCUS, Syria (AP)— Iran's foreign minister said Monday that a cease-fire and an exchange of prisoners would be acceptable and fair in the Israeli-Lebanese conflict.

Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki was speaking after talks with Syrian Vice-President Farouk al-Sharaa.

"We believe that we should think of an acceptable and fair [deal] to resolve this," he said. "In fact, there can be a cease-fire followed by a prisoner swap."


So it is clearly Iran who is deciding what acceptable ceasefire terms will be. Nasrallah is probably hiding in a cave somelplace until Iran orders him to appear someplace else. The thinking of the Iranian appears a little obsolete, though, because I don't believe there will ever be another prisoner swap ever again. I believe those days are gone when one can just kidnap people, murder some other ones, and then get your way.

The world is tired of armed gangs who would wage a campaign of hirabah to gain control with bullets rather than wage a campaign of ideas with ballots.

 

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