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  • Re: Israel VS Hez-bullies Part III

    I don't think Rice has the proper "perspective" when it
    comes to Israel either.

    LOL name someone who does these days. I don't think
    they would let Hagee or any of us go LOLOLOL

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    • Re: Israel VS Hez-bullies Part III

      Head of Iranian Armed Forces: Hizbullah operations harmed the Zionist entity

      Major General Hasan Firuzabadi, Head of the Iranian Armed Forces General Command Headquarters, praised Hizbullah and said that the organization's "surprising defensive operations have harmed the Zionist entity."

      According to him, "the operation against an Israeli missile-boat, near the Beirut coastline, had great military significance." (David Cohen)
      http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7...277477,00.html

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      • Re: Israel VS Hez-bullies Part III

        Well Haaretz web site is down again...

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        • Re: Israel VS Hez-bullies Part III

          22:16 Rockets land in Safed, Rosh Pina and Carmiel (Channel 2)

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          • Re: Israel VS Hez-bullies Part III

            22:15 Iran calls for Israel-Lebanon truce, prisoner swap (Reuters)

            www.haaretz.com

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            • Re: Israel VS Hez-bullies Part III

              Originally posted by DawnGrace
              Well Haaretz web site is down again...
              Just overloaded with hits and slow to load...

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              • Re: Israel VS Hez-bullies Part III

                Originally posted by TomT
                22:15 Iran calls for Israel-Lebanon truce, prisoner swap (Reuters)

                www.haaretz.com
                "truce"...his truce would be to trade the Jewish prisoners for over 1000 terrorists in jail and then the "truce" is off.

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                • POSSIBILTIES

                  Two of the latest breaking news headlines from WND:
                  http://www.wnd.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=51094

                  Tel Aviv under rocket alert

                  Residents told to take cover at sound of warning siren
                  Posted: July 17, 2006
                  12:17 p.m. Eastern

                  By Aaron Klein and Ariel Rozenzveig
                  © 2006 WorldNetDaily.com

                  JERUSALEM – After several days in which Hezbollah terrorists have fired hundreds of missiles into northern Israeli cities, officials here placed Tel Aviv under rocket alert for the first time since the 1991 Persian Gulf War.

                  Tel Aviv is about 90 miles south of the Lebanese border.

                  Until the latest round of fighting began last Wednesday, Israeli and other intelligence agencies publicly estimated Hezbollah's missile arsenal had a maximum range of approximately 45 miles.

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                  http://www.wnd.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=51093

                  Hezbollah has WMD capabilities?

                  Security officials detail updated assessment of terror group's arsenal

                  Posted: July 17, 2006
                  11:16 a.m. Eastern

                  HAIFA, Israel – Israel yesterday placed residents from Tel Aviv northward on rocket alert as Hezbollah missiles continued to pound northern Israel, with more yesterday and today slamming into its third largest city, Haifa, the furthest Hezbollah rockets have traveled.

                  Until the latest round of fighting began last Wednesday, Israeli and other intelligence agencies publicly estimated Hezbollah's missile arsenal had a maximum range of about 45 miles.

                  Tel Aviv is about 90 miles from the Lebanese border. The placing of Tel Aviv yesterday under rocket threat was tantamount to an admission by Israel that the country's security agencies are not entirely sure of Hezbollah's missile capabilities and that Israeli officials are taking seriously threats this weekend by the terror group's leader, Hassan Nasrallah.

                  In a televised address, Nasrallah warned, "We will continue. We still have a lot more and we are just at the beginning. We promise [Israel] surprises in (any) confrontation."

                  Nasrallah said his group can strike beyond Haifa.


                  These are just a couple of near-future possibilties/capabilties that Israel might be facing. IMO, Syria will supply the Hezbollah with whatever armaments that want, and if they want some REALLY big stuff, it will come from Iran.

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