Thursday, July 20, 2006

Does anyone have an answer to this question..what kind of weapons is israel using?!!!
www.assafir.com/iso/israeli-aggression/

if anyone have an answer please let me know

3 Comments:

Blogger Sarah said...

Ouf, I can tell only that they are forbidden ones for sure... I am so sorry you guys are going through this, I admire the Lebanese people, you are really unique, you're like lions and you are going to make it, you'll build your country for the nineth time! May God protect you and help you to achieve this goal! I am constantly upset because of the things happening in Palestine, but now I cry every day when I see the news on TV (one Romanian TV station sent reporters to Beirut, so they are not as biased as other new channels). I have many Lebanese friends and I am so worried about them and their families, every time I switch on the computer and I do not see them online. The messages I send on mobile do not always get to them...
I found your blog browsing through the comments on the Lebanese Blogger Forum. And I also found out that there are a lot of people who did not read a single page about the Middle East's history, yet they post 'expert' comments and insult everybody, using the few pieces of fake historical knowledge that they had been spoon-fed with...
The lack of reaction from the International Community and the Arab countries also came as a shock... This is sooo sooo sooo wrong, inhuman, no one could ever find a damn justification for this! It is beyond my comprehension...

Vive le Liban!

12:16 AM  
Blogger Akiva M said...

I'm sorry, but this post is ridiculous. "What kind of weapons leave bodies burnt and dismembered?"

Um . . . explosives. Bodies burn in fire. And bodies are ripped apart by explosions (just look at any picture from a suicide bombing and you'll see body parts everywhere).

Civillian deaths are tragic. But throwing around pointless and obviously false accusations does nobody any good.

8:42 PM  
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7:27 PM  

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