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Shame on Israel and The US for supporting massive aggression against civilians (i.e. terrorism)

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

Submitted by Elijah (Greece), Jul 30, 2006 at 13:40

Not much to be said... No one supports Hezbolah and the bombing of Israeli towns. Civilised nations solve such issues with dialogue and negotiations. Who can support the massive bombing of Libanesse towns including Beirut? It is obvious that Israeli army hasn't hurt Hezbolah as much as it would like and turns its agression against women and children. Israelis claim they warned citizens to evacuate Southern Lebanon but where and how can civilians go without roads (bombed) and vehicles?

It would have been much more clever for the Israeli-US front to make Arabs look the agressors and have international support. Now they just achieved to have international peoples' condemn.

It is a shame for Israelis who confirm beliefs about their aggressive nature. Also it is a shame of the US who rush to support Israel offering their suport and the time they need to finish the "job". The peoples of this planet see all that and they are not fooled. Such actions provoke further aggression from Arabs and enhance anti-American sentiment globally.


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