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MysteryToMyself Donating Member (302 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Aug-13-06 06:10 PM
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16. When nothing makes sense, then something is shady

It doesn't make sense now and it didn't make sense a month ago.

They keep adding new things to the peace deal, like the Lebanese are going to fight Hezbollah. They mentioned that at the beginning of the assault of Lebanon, but when Israel was bombing civilians the Lebanese turned against them. It sounds like now that they have cornered Hezbollah between some Lebanese soldiers who dislike him and Israel soldiers.

Our pre-emptive strikes in Iraq have puzzled a lot of people. So has Israel's pre-emptive strikes in Lebanon although Israels strikes were more of an overreaction instead of pre-emptive strikes. Once Israel got even, the rest of what they have done is pre-emptive.

There is something so wrong and sick about all of this destruction and death. At the very least, Lebanon could end up in a civil war like they are having in Iraq or "The world at peace or the world in pieces."

They just said on Fox something about Lebanese don't want to disarm Hezbollah so Israel will do it.






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