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Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Unfortunately, the banner says it all

This banner was put up on Tuesday in southern Lebanon in preparation for the celebration of Wednesday's 'terrorists for corpses' exchange. Unfortunately, the banner says it all. And it even says it in English.


At 9:59 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

Heh. I never thought Ehud Olmert would be more popular in Lebanon than in Israel!

At 10:07 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Red Cross has received 2 coffins.

At 10:09 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Carl, you seem to have missed the symbolic significance of the white (the color alone is significant) armored UN vehicle on the left.

At 10:25 AM, Blogger Manker said...

I want to vomit

This is despicable, and all I feel is pure rage.

At this time, I am ironically enough reminded of what Yasser Arafat once said. "A million martyrs to Jerusalem".

It used to be his way of threatening us. I believe even nasrallah the devil incarnate on this earth once said it, too.

Well now after the darkest day in Israeli history.

All I can say is this "A million martyrs to Jerusalem, is not a threat, but a challenge!"

At 11:20 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

Ehud and Eldad are our brothers. They are now a part of every Jewish heart and we bow before Hashem in remembrance of what was done to them and we are full of grief. As they are laid to their rest, may G-d avenge their blood! And may He too, bring to end those who have brought shame and disgrace to the entire House Of Israel. Go in peace, dear brothers! You will be in the memory of all Israel forever!

At 11:23 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

Manker - I share your feeling. I have nothing but contempt for those who didn't do everything for the boys that they could have. They will pay and the enemy who murdered them - they will pay very dearly, you can be sure of it!

At 12:06 PM, Blogger Carl in Jerusalem said...


I wish I could be sure the murderers will pay. Sadly, I am not sure. Read the next post.

At 12:11 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Carl - if you're not as sure as I am, than how will Israel confront the challenges awaiting her around the corner? If you an Orthodox Jew, are that pessimistic, I can only imagine what Jews who do not share your level of faith think. What happened today is not a good sign for the future. I have further thoughts on this in my next post.


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