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Saturday, January 19, 2008

Nasrallah claims to have body parts

Hezbullah leader Hassan Nasrallah appeared in public today for the first time in more than a year, and claimed that his organization has body parts of Israeli soldiers, including "a nearly intact cadaver from the head down to the pelvis." The IDF was not amused.
"Nasrallah is trampling the basic ethical code of human respect," according to the statement which also said that his claim of holding body parts belonging to IDF soldiers negated basic international treaties. "Hizbullah's actions are against basic codes held dearly by various religions, including Islam."

In addition to the IDF's statement, defense officials said that Nasrallah's speech was a repeat of a speech he gave earlier this month and was an indication of the immense that pressure he was under to complete a prisoner swap with Israel. The officials said that Nasrallah was trying to apply psychological pressure on the Israeli public instead of using the regular back-channel mediators for talks with Israel regarding such a deal.
Everyone here is adamant that there are no bodies of soldiers killed in the 2006 war that are missing.

It's a pity that Nasrallah's been allowed out of his cave. Let's hope the helicopters come for him soon.


At 2:06 AM, Blogger Enzo said...

Could this be his last Ashura?

At 3:21 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

The only thing I have trouble fathoming is why the IDF didn't blast him off the way of the earth along with his deluded followers.

The last thing Israel should do is allow an anti-Semite to breathe this earth's precious air. Whatever happened to Emil Fackheim's commandment not to grant Hitler a posthumous victory?

I'm waiting for an answer from Ehud Olmert and Ehud Barak.

At 6:30 AM, Blogger Anti-Dhimmi said...

LGF Spammer!


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