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guyabano
07-29-2006, 07:07 AM
It looks more like Hezbollah fighters use UN posts as shields !

See here !
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Keltoi
07-29-2006, 06:43 PM
I think that is fairly obvious. The observer mentioned Hezbollah was "swarming" their area. Unfortunately for the U.N. observers, Hezbollah miscalculated, like they have a tendency to do it seems, and an Israeli soldier on the ground near the post tagged it with a laser. Was it an honest mistake?, or did the soldier assume the observers were out of the area because of the enemy presence? Hopefully the investigation will find out the timeline and so forth.
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Dahir
07-30-2006, 03:56 AM
Unfortunately for the U.N.
The observers witnessed some typical IDF atrocities;

The IDF, as usual, was going to a small village, bulldozing houses to level the fighting field and clear the roads, and shooting villagers for pure fun.

Very simple:

The IDF didn't appreciate the observers watching them do their job.
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M1A1
07-30-2006, 03:59 AM
Originally Posted by Keltoi
I think that is fairly obvious. The observer mentioned Hezbollah was "swarming" their area. Unfortunately for the U.N. observers, Hezbollah miscalculated, like they have a tendency to do it seems, and an Israeli soldier on the ground near the post tagged it with a laser. Was it an honest mistake?, or did the soldier assume the observers were out of the area because of the enemy presence? Hopefully the investigation will find out the timeline and so forth.




The usual. Hezbollah using non-combatants for cover. Nothing new.
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