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Sitting Ducks They Are

Reader comment on item: Hold Damascus Responsible [for Hezbollah Violence in Southern Lebanon]

Submitted by The Watcher (United States), Aug 1, 2006 at 20:56

Do you doubt that the reason that the US decided not to put soldiers into Lebanon was that they would be sitting ducks?

Americans are already targets in Iraq . Like we need another war zone for our soldiers to be picked off by terrorists who hide behind the skirts of women and cause the murder of children in Lebanon.

The UN already pulled it's forces out after their people got bombed. Who do you really think will pony up to take this mission impossible?

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