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[quote][b]Baal Cadar[/b] wrote: Anna, about the first part: Lebanese government has not sanctioned these actions? Sorry, but this is a very lame statment. They have done nothing against it either. They were twiddling there thumbs and let them do all the killing business. The abduction(and murder of the other ones not to forget) might not be sanctioned by some official letter of intent or something, but this is sanctioned by letting it happen so many times already. To the second part: The history you told can be told in other ways too and this could also have been resolved 50 years earlier in a much more friendly manner. Anyway, looking at how things are today, we have a democratically legitimated Hamas lead government which does support terroristical attacks on Israel, which does not accept the state Israel as legitimate and wants to extinguish it. Not exactly a good negotiation partner. They themself (organisation Hamas, with or without official sanction) have abducted the soldiers, they themself have started this whole situation. Why does everyone (not exactly, but you and Jarod) only search for reason on Israels side. Israel is, in this whole discussion, the only party expected to act reasonable. It can get unreasonably attacked, its people unreasonably murdered, but must never do anything unreasonably itself, while this position doesn't seem to be taken towards the opposite parties in this conflict. Do you believe the Arabs in this region to be some kind of native tribe, that just lives to its own rules? Or do you believe them to be plain stupid and not to understand reason? Or what it? I don't get it, please explain it to me. And to you too the question I asked trice already and that is still unanswered: What were the alternatives for Israel in the current situation?[/quote]
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