Tuesday, July 25, 2006


Dove's Eye View says Israel: There Is A Limit. I reply to her (quite a charming lady I might add if you can judge from the picture):

It is unfortunate that there was no limit when katyushas rained on Israel.

Please explain to me Lebanon Lover Dove why there is no limit for Hizbollah? Only limits for Israel.

Until you limit Hizbollah I fear the Israelis will not listen.


The Jews have been hated for a very long time. We are used to it. It ceases to move us. When we had no state we were hated as the "wandering Jew". With a state we are the hated Zionists.

So hate away.

If you want to do something useful return the two soldiers and stop the rocket barrages.

I'm an American. I tell my President (along with 68% of my fellow Americans), do not restrain Israel until Hizbollah changes its mind.

By best advice? If Lebanon matters to you change Hizbollah's mind.


The Doves of Hizbollah.

Hossein Safiadeen also reinforced earlier threats by Hizbullah leader Sheik Hassan Nasrallah to widen the scope of attacks, which have included unprecedented missile strikes deep into northern Israel.

"We are going to make Israel not safe for Israelis. There will be no place they are safe," Safiadeen told a conference that included the Tehran-based representative of the Palestinian group Hamas and the ambassadors from Lebanon, Syria and the Palestinian Authority.

"You will see a new Middle East in the way of Hizbullah and Islam, not in the way of Rice and Israel."

Clear evidence of Hizbollahs plans. So by all means join in the hatred Ms. Dove. Unfortunately your hatred does not merit the attention that the hatred of Hizbollah does.

You have no rockets.

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1 comment:

michel said...

All this macho talk is very impressive. The limits, however, are clear as they are set by int'l law. It is patently obvious that both sides have been targetting civilians and/or civilian infrastructure. So I'm looking forward to the day when both Heezbollah and Slobodan Olmert find themselves at The Hague.