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Rules of Israel, No Rules for Hizbullah

Reader comment on item: Israel's Unnecessary War in Lebanon

Submitted by Infidel (Canada), Jul 26, 2006 at 15:56

Ok P.S. and Ron, here is what may be acceptable to Gerardo and most of the world for that matter.

Israel is not allowed to fire missiles, rockets or any other offensive weaponry that may injure innocents in Gaza or Lebanon.

Israel is not allowed to use fighter jets to fire or to drop bombs on their enemies in Gaza or Lebanon.

Israel is not allowed to leave their own land or invade Gaza or Lebanon in order to combat their enemies.

Hamas and Hizbullah on the other hand are not to be restrained by any rules what so ever in their war against Israel. Of course that means that killing Jewish women and children is perfectly acceptable.

The only time when Israel can retaliate against Hizbullah or Hamas is if they are on Israeli land and they are actually armed and firing weapons at Jews. What say you Gerardo, do these rules for the warring Jews meet your criteria? Or maybe we should buy in with Ahmadinejad and just erase Israel from the Middle East.


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