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Thursday, July 27, 2006


This is a UN outpost on the Israeli - Lebanese border. For those who do not recognize it, the yellow flag is Hezbullah's.

Hat Tip: Elder of Ziyon

As Jed Babbin writes:

The U.N.'s years-long record on the Israel-Lebanon border makes mockery of the term "peacekeeping." On page 155 of my book, "Inside the Asylum," is a picture of a U.N. outpost on that border. The U.N. flag and the Hezbollah flag fly side by side. Observers told me the U.N. and Hezbollah personnel share water and telephones, and that the U.N. presence serves as a shield against Israeli strikes against the terrorists.


At 2:58 AM, Blogger Kyrieleandra said...

Check this out. It is really interesting.

At 7:45 AM, Blogger Carl in Jerusalem said...

Link got cut off.

I know how to find Atlas' site (I was on her radio show last week). But which post are you referring to?


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