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Tuesday, January 08, 2008

Deja vu all over again in Shlomi - Hezbullah greeting Bush?

The residents of the town of Shlomi, on the Lebanese border, heard a loud boom during the night last night, and so far this morning the remnants of two new Katyusha rockets have been found in the town. Is this Hezbullah's greeting to US President George Bush, who arrives in our region tomorrow?
One of the rockets landed on a balcony of a house while the other hit a lamp post.

It was unclear if the IDF troops stationed on the Lebanese border noticed the rockets being fired and the army was checking if its detection systems were working.

It was also not yet clear which group fired the rockets, but the defense establishment was examining the possibility that they were fired as an attempt by Hizbullah or other terror groups in Lebanon to disrupt Wednesday's visit of US President George W. Bush.

The army raised the level of alert along the northern border following the attack.

On Monday night, Defense Minister Ehud Barak told the Council for Peace and Security that Hizbullah had more rockets than before the war in 2006. [No kidding! CiJ]

Also Monday, Hizbullah leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah issued a warning to Israel, saying that the guerrilla group was prepared to deal with any "crazy adventure launched by the Zionist enemy."

"Israel will suffer an even greater defeat than that which was suffered during that July, because Hizbullah today has become stronger, braver, and more experienced," Nasrallah said during a meeting with senior Lebanese religious leaders.
Another of Condi's and Feigele's 'successes' unraveling....


At 11:33 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

There should have been a Hizballah HQ or two flattened already.

Instead, we are like deer at night paralyzed by oncoming headlights.

As the US Navy was yesterday.

At 3:54 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Carl - well, yes. By the time this is summit is through, there may not much of an Israel left to defend.


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