Humiliated!

Posted: August 13, 2006 in News & Views

Israeli thugs and barbarians, the supposedly strongest military in the Middle East, have been humiliated beyond imagination.

33 days later and the objective of “finishing-off” Hezbollah (a small army of liberators and freedom fighters) or freeing two of its prisoners, has not even come close to being accomplished.

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And guess who was helping?

The US government was closely involved in planning Israel’s military operations against Lebanon’s Hezbollah militia even before the July 12 kidnapping of two Israeli soldiers, a US magazine reported.

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Seymour Hersh writes in The New Yorker magazine that President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney were convinced that a successful Israeli bombing campaign against Hezbollah could ease Israel’s security concerns and also serve as a prototype for a potential US preemptive attack to destroy Iran’s nuclear installations. (read more)

Instead, 15 of its thugs were annihilated on Wednesday Aug 9 and 24 more were eliminated on Saturday… the day Jews observe their Holy day. Israel itself admitted that Hezbollah downed a military transport helicopter with 5 people on board. Imagine that! The Israelis could not meet on the “Sabbath” to decide on a cease-fire because it’s their Holy day but they could continue killing Arab Lebanese civilians on the very same day!

No wonder God Almighty dealt a severe blow to them. On Saturday, the above 24 plus 100 injured is what was reported by the Israelis. Add 21 Israeli tanks that were destroyed by Hezbollah! If you were one of the lucky ones to have witnessed the destruction of Israeli tanks, broadcast on Aljazeera, then you already know how sweet of a blow the Israelis were dealt!

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Talk about adding insult to injury!

So what do these animals do? They seek to cause more havoc, death and destruction hours before the Cease-fire is to take effect. Anything to claim any kind of victory!

In a familiar pattern of backbiting — the best indication that the war has not gone well — the army leadership is complaining that the politicians did not let the military do its job, and the politicians are complaining that the army promised that the task could be accomplished in a week or two and largely with air power. NY Times

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