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[quote][b]Jarod[/b] wrote: Baal Cadar, It's you who is now putting all the blame on the Arabs. I for one think it's very regretable that terrorist attacks of ANY kind happen, independently on the perpetrator or the victim, Israel included. But if Baal Cadar, It's you who is now putting all the blame on the Arabs. I for one think it's very regrettable that terrorist attacks of ANY kind happen, independently on the perpetrator or the victim, Israel and the Arab nations included. But if Israelis have the right to live in peace, so do the Palestinians and Lebanese. A live is a live, independently of its ethnic background or national origin. A dead jew is worth exactly the same as a dead arab, chinese, black, european white, native american or australian maori. But people (and many times the press) many times tend to resort to the caricature that the Israelis are all innocent citizens and the Arabs are all terrorists. BTW, check http://www.ifamericansknew.org/ to see the numbers of the occupation of palestine and see who killed more people or destroyed more houses. Not that any side is exempt of guilt... But please don't whitewash Israel. Again, independently of what the neighboring countries and peoples think about the foundation of the state of Israel (which they take as illegitimate), it's a fact that now the nation exists, they have no power to make it disappear and generations of people where born there as Israelis. Said that, they have the right to defend themselves as any other nation, no more and no less. But legitimate defense has its limits, and the destruction of the civilian infrastructure of a country which can't even fight back (Hezballah is not the army of Lebanon) is state terrorism, no matter how you paint it! And of course, as Niko said, the result of this action in the long term will be the utmost radicalization of the attacked populations. Let me repeat the still unanswered question: If Israel is just fighting back Hezballah, then -Why should they target their bridges? -What about power plants? -...And fuel depots? -The Beirut Airport was already bombed SIX times during the last week What can they achieve with this? Face it, the objective is not to get the soldiers back, it's a wider plan of total war and conquest. Soon probably involving also Syria and Iran.[/quote]
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