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August 12, 2006

Israel -- to fight, or not to fight

A very disturbing situation with Israel and Hezbollah today. No one seems to know what in the world Israel is thinking, ... or doing. Even intelligence experts are baffled. Are they going to fight and win, or is Israel going to agree to the cease fire. The decision will be made this weekend. Resolution 1701 was adopted unanimously by the United Nations Security Council,

The resolution calls for a "full cessation of hostilities" and authorizes 15,000 peacekeeping troops for the existing UN Interim Force in Lebanon, Unifil, which will receive a 'more robust mandate' to 'monitor and enforce the ceasefire'.

What that actually means is that you and I will be forking over more money to the United Nations for UNFIL, who already receives $100 million dollars a year. What have we received for our investment all these years? Their flag flying side-by-side with the Hezbollah flag.

Israel at Odds With Itself

The situation in Israel tonight has become extremely confused, verging on the chaotic. Government ministers, like the foreign minister and prime minister, are publicly feuding. The government is saying that the assault into Lebanon will definitely be rolling tonight while it has simultaneously implied that it intends to accept the cease-fire resolution. Leaders of Israel Defense Forces (IDF) are demanding to be unleashed while leaks from some government members hint that they have no confidence in the military. The media has now surged into the battle with highly contentious columns and editorials. ...

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Posted by Debbie at August 12, 2006 8:30 AM





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