posted by Sassine And Marwa El Nabbout @ 11:02 AM
VERY GOOD, SASMEN. I was uplifted and heartbroken at the same time. I actually did a project on Lebanon in the Spring of '06 at the College I go to. I could have used this video. But then we didn't know what was going to happen to Lebanon the following summer. Not like Israel and the USA knew.
Wow , very nice clip , but just one comment :There was no conflict between Israel and Lebanon. The conflict was between Hizballa and Israel. Some would say , it was the 1st round of the conflict between Iran and USA.Of course it took part at Lebanese soil and many innocent people were killed ( not to forget Israeli casualties ).I'm sure , Lebanon will raise from ashes once again .BTW , I announced a little error : photos from the Cedar Revolution were set a f t e r the pics of the last conflict.Peace to all ,Emil
emil, in jerusalem reality seems distorted.with all due respect, another correction:from beirut, "the conflict" was nothing less than a war against lebanon.
Oh, yeah, sure Emil.Close to 1,400 dead currently on the side of Lebanon. We mustn't forget the cluster bombs left behind by the IDF that killed more children after August 14. Why should Lebanon take it personally? Nah. Lebanon doesn't mind a few deaths here and there and every now and then. I'm sure Israel doesn't mind a few deaths on its side, either. At least I thought so after all these years. My goodness gracious me, all that raining down of bombs all over Lebanon, especially the South. All that death. All those massacres. All those "sweet considerate" leaflets coming down from the warplanes warning the Lebanese they will die if they don't get out. All those dead children. All those maimed and crippled children. A lot of arms, legs, hands, feet and eyes damaged and lost.Gee, Emil. Was it something Lebanon said? After all, we have been such good "buddies" all these years, haven't we?
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