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Old 07-13-2006
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Default The Arab/Israeli war of 2006 is starting.

The next few days are going to be busy.

Lebanon is about to cease to exist as a function nation.





I myself thought it was just another skirmish, until I heard the entire IDF reserve has been called up. I only had a little contact with my Israeli friends before pretty much all of them had to report for duty. The Israelis only call up the reserves in major operations.

The kidnapping of the IDF soldiers in both Gaza and Lebanon were coordinated between Hamas and Hezbollah. Hezbollah is for all practical purposes a branch of Irans espionage and special tactics division.

As I'm sure all of you have heard Israel has taken Gaza and is bombing the crap out of Lebanon... They've pretty much cut Lebanon off... All airfields have been made useless, the roads leading out of Lebanon are being made useless as I speak, the coast is under blockade, I'm fairly sure a ground invasion is going to follow very soon.

Watch for Syria to get involved... Watch for Syria to cease to exist as a military force shortly after.

Keep an eye on Iran, they make may move through Turkey. Keep an eye on Egypt...


Watch for major s**t to be stirred up in Iraq.

Watch for every damn carrier in the Atlantic to head to the med.


More as I get it... But I'm pretty much out of contact with all my Israeli friends at the moment.



But watch the news reports starting at about midnight tonight central time.

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Old 07-14-2006
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Default Man, I really hope not.

Lebanon is between the "good guys", when you will understand? It has get rid of the Syrian influence right now, it is a young democracy which can not control 100% of its territory much like Iraq can not, why ruin everything?
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Lebanon is between the "good guys", when you will understand?

Four of my brothers have been kidnapped by the terrorists that Lebanon allows free reign of their country. One of them, a civilian farmer, was brutally murdered. When will you understand?

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It has get rid of the Syrian influence right now,

And the only way to do that is to remove Hezbollah from Lebanon.

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it is a young democracy which can not control 100% of its territory

It is a young democracy that elected terrorists to lead them, and the few places they didn't elect terrorists, they elected those who would turn a blind eye to their activities.

They have no one to blame for this but themselves.

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why ruin everything?

That is a question which you'd best ask Hezbollah. They're the ones who started this, and are ruining a country they control as a result.
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Default It's time to send a clear fucking message

If you harbor terrorists and give them free reign of your streets, your nation will fall PERIOD. No more screwing around, no more negotiations. If you harbor terrorists you die, case closed.
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I think this will spread to Syria... Hezbollahs headquarters is located in Damascus [with the approval of Syria, by the way].

Iran will bitch and moan, but they really can't do anything. The only way they can get their military involved would be to push through Iraq or Turkey, and either of those attempts would end before they began.

That leaves Iran limited to ballistic missiles, but frankly Israel doesn't really care, they've had SCUDs fall on them before. If they're conventional, they'll just ignore it, if they're NBC, well, then things get interesting very quickly.


Olmert could still back out, but I don't think it's likely.
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Default I am all against Hezbollah.

But Lebanon have no control over Hezbollah. And Lebanon sure doesn't wants to be ruled by Hezbollah. Hezbollah is the armed branch of Syria and Iran over Lebanon, now that Syrian troops have left the region. Lebanon does not "harbours terrorists" willingly; they simply have very little control over their very own territory after the departure of the Syrian troops, Syria has simply left Hezbollah to "manage" the areas of Lebanon it directly controlled during the military occupation; and the only reason why Lebanon "harbours" them is because the young Lebanese democracy has not the force to get rid of them, they are too much afraid of a Syrian reaction with subsequent re-occupation (this is not "electing people who turn a blind eye on terrorists", this is BEING DEFENCELESS). As for "electing terrorists", I don't think that the moderately progressist coalition that currently governs Lebanon (with a slightly anti-Syrian policy) could be called "terrorist". Hamas governing Palestine, sure is. But this is to blame to many factors; Palestinian people didn't trusted Al-Fatah because of "corruption". Yet I list the Palestinian president, Abu Mazen, between the good guys.

I bet that Lebanon would be as happy as Israel would be to get rid of Hezbollah, but this does not includes destroying an International Airport which is crucial for the entire Middle East and bombing areas populated with civilians. This is not "helping" them. This is just making things turn worse.
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I bet that Lebanon would be as happy as Israel would be to get rid of Hezbollah, but this does not includes destroying an International Airport which is crucial for the entire Middle East

Do I need to show you the Israeli intelligence reports that Hezbollah was getting ready to fly the Israeli hostages out of that same airport and into Iran?

What was Israel suppose to do? Let Hezbollah move the hostages out of Israels reach?

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and bombing areas populated with civilians.

By that standard the allies should have left the Nazis alone since they couldn't defeat Germany without bombing areas populated with civilians.

Anyway, I have places to go, talk to you guys tomorrow night.
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Default In the hands of terrorists...

..an airport is nothing more than an overpriced missile launcher. I would have taken it out as well.
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Question Terrorists?

give to each of them a kebab kiosk and a wife. They will stop even thinking of terrorism.
Keep them busy and delighted.
"panem et circensis"
from the old roman empire, means to give food and amusement to the croud
is the only way to shut rebelions down

maybe nowadays, I would add a satellite tv with porn

Give the terrorists a lot of food and amusement
make a second LasVegas in Lebanon
make their lifes easy, and after a short while, you will defeat them

remember that the great Russia was ruined by finance and not by bombs

guns are good to shut my neighbor's big mouth up, but will never stop terrorism. We must act sideways.

...but it's just my opinion.

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Default Lebanon is being made an example of.

Lebanon is being made an example of, something I have no problem with - it either supports or is unwilling to prevent terrorism and is therefore the enemy. Israel has every right to use all conventional force to destroy Lebanon's ability to wage terrorist action on the State of Israel. Using the excuse that Lebanon is going through some sort of 'rebirth' and has yet to stabilise isn't a valid excuse for their attacks on Israel.

Hezbollah obviously has the ability to deploy current battle-field technology as it has damn near sunk an Israeli naval vessel with an armed UAV.

The Nations of the West safe from invasion by the heathen hordes should be sending military support, or at least giving political support to Israel not muttering condemnation. It's easy to judge those when you are not in their position, Israel is a incredible country that is home to some of mankindís most important places and must not be allowed to fall into the hands of heathen murderers who will destroy the thousands of years of history of both Jewish and Christians faiths, and once again attempt the extermination of a group of people persecuted throughout the ages.

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