Israeli Condolences

*From Annahar


At Wednesday, August 09, 2006 9:31:00 PM, Blogger hillz said...

totally true!

At Wednesday, August 09, 2006 9:32:00 PM, Blogger ibn nagrela said...

ya 'new' idf command. perhaps idf should clone the dust of ben gurion. or undo the coma of sharon. assad is licking his chops. syria is anything but lebnan's saviour, but they could open another front, extending idf resources that would further weaken idf's "expanded offensive" to our south. meanwhile, laf should join hizbollah now. egypt and jordan are watching closely because regime suruval trumps peace agreements. plus, what does pan-arabism mean if you are not fighting zionist genocidal expansion? idf firepower is unsurpassed. but idf manpower is weaker than ever before. fight them. fight them hand to hand. fight and win. let us all join the fight, some way, somehow. now.

today from irib -

At least fifteen Zionist soldiers were killed or wounded Wednesday when the regime's desperate army made a bungled attempt to advance in al-Qantrareh area south of Lebanon, Lebanese al-Minar TV network reported.

A heroic counter-attack by Hezbollah fighters forced the embattled soldiers to stick to the ground. A Merkawa modern tank was also destroyed in the fierce battle.

According to the source, the Zionist soldiers were trying to evacuate their wounded under the cover of heavy barrage. Al-Minar quoted sources within Hezbollah that four Merkawa tanks have already been destroyed since early Wednesday.

Meanwhile, Lebanese Islamic Resistance Movement Hezbollah affirmed the its fighters are prepared for a prolonged war. Lebanese al-Nahar daily quoted sources within Hezbollah that unlike the allegations of the Zionist regime the missile capacity of the Lebanese resistance is untouched.

They asserted that the movement is capable of firing missiles even in night. "Hezbollah holds the intitiative. It decides how many missiles it should fire a day," they underlined.

At Wednesday, August 09, 2006 11:32:00 PM, Blogger Enriqueta said...

Hillal are you still mad at me?=)

At Thursday, August 10, 2006 12:03:00 AM, Blogger Emil , Jerusalem said...

OK . Here is the counter-propaganda :

By the way , the comment of mr. Ibn Nagrela is quite pathetic with no supporting facts , but the expression "syria is anything but lebnan's saviour" worths a reaction.

What had Syria done in Lebanon in years 2000-2005 ? From who did it save Lebanon ? By the way , do you think , that drugs traffic is also a type of "salvation".

By the way , if Syria would publish a declaration , that it renounces any claims to Shebaa farms and the only lawful owner is Lebanon , he issue can be finished quickly. Ops , then mr. Nasrallah will find another excuse to stay fighting (and destroying Lebanon for the wishes of Assad and Ahmadinejad).

At Thursday, August 10, 2006 5:45:00 AM, Blogger Akiva M said...

Yes, let's not mention that Reuters has retracted the story of Israel bombing a funeral as inaccurate . . .

At Thursday, August 10, 2006 9:43:00 AM, Blogger Fakty said...

In a normal world civilized nations would not bomb a country into ruins.

In a normal world civilized nations are able to see the difference between small children and the forces they are fighting.

In a normal world civilized nations doesn't hide behind "security" as reason for carrying out destructions never seen since WW2.

When the Jew's in late 1800's considered locations in Africa, South America and Palestine for the Jewish state, before finally settling on Palestine, they represented a minority of only 30 percent of the total population, and owed less than 7 percent of the land.

When UN in 1947 arbitrarily decided to give away 55 percent of Palestine to a Jewish state, they created the root causes of today’s conflicts in the Middle East. Those 55 percent has since expanded to include the rest of Palestine plus territory of neighboring nations. Then as now, US were vital in the decision-making, imputing their will on UN. The latter being to weak to play a role as bridge builder, has given US policy the cover of operating in accordance with the International community.

Peace in the Middle East under the present circumstances is an illusion. Hatred will continue to flourish, and wars will pop up every now and then until the root causes are finally dealt with in a way that is acceptable for people in the region. The kind of peace US is imposing will never work.

Sophisticated weaponry has provided Israel with the means to suppress the people in the region. However, forces are building up and as the conflict in Lebanon shows, they are ferocious fighters. If missiles start to rain down on Tel Aviv, it may prove too costly for US bias policy in favor of Israel.

At Thursday, August 10, 2006 7:05:00 PM, Blogger Lazarus said...

akiva, why don't you produce a link about the retraction? (besides INN)

no one has insisted that they did BOMB the funeral, but they bombed the same village the funeral has taken place in ...


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