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[quote][b]Baal Cadar[/b] wrote: What I wrote was only pro-israel on this high level, because your post was so anti-israel. I concentrated on these points. Of course I don't see the whole issue all black&white. As for why they attach infrastructure instead of just the hezbollah, is because they are not able to strike at hezbollah. If this were this easy to remove them, they hadd done so already. Lebanon had just left the impression on Israel (and the rest of the world too for that matter) that Hezbollah is an Israelian problem that somehow happended to be stationed on Lebanese territory. They did nothing against them, let them attack Israel all the time with not even a half-hearted attempt to move against Hezbollah, they even have Hezbollah ministers in their government. Israel wants Lebanon to take action. They hadn't listened to Israel's requests to move against Hezbollah before and it is impossible to fight effectivly against Hezbollah themself, as history showed. Attacking infrastructure is a) retaliation(obviously I don't like it, but you asked and this is what I believe is part of the answer) and b) like any attack on infrastructure to hinder the enemy to effectivly defend himself. This is a war afterall. According to Israel: If Lebanon wants this to be ended, Hezbollah is to be fought down. And Lebanon's army has to take over control in the south and not let have Hezbollah have control there. Since Lebanon didn't move earlier, they have to be forced to fight against Hezbollah. So to ask again my unanswered question: How were Israel to react in this situation in your opinion? (With regard to the palistine situation as it is now.)[/quote]
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