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Worse Aggression Is Hezbollah Using Innocents To Make World Turn Against Isreal And USA

Reader comment on item: Israel's Unnecessary War in Lebanon
in response to reader comment: Shame on Israel and The US for supporting massive aggression against civilians (i.e. terrorism)

Submitted by AnneM (United States), Jul 31, 2006 at 12:13

Hezbollah is an example of a terrorist group which uses innocent men, women, and children not only as human shields but as propaganda tools in a information war in order for the rest of the world to turn against both Isreal and the USA. Isreal to its credit warns civilians to leave any areas that are to be bombed via leaflets. It is unfortinate that innocent lives are lost, but once again, Hezbollah and other terror groups not only use human shields but also hides among cilvilians. Not only that, but also attacks a sovereign nation ( Isreal ) which not only has the right, but the duty to defend itself not only to defeat terror groups such as Hezbollah and Hamas, but to show to the rest of the non-Muslim world that this war they ( Isreal ) is fighting is their war also.


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