View Full Version : Israel 'not ready for truce yet'

07-31-2006, 02:45 PM

yh they havent destroyed enough yet :rolleyes: may Allah destroy them and send His punishment on the dhalimoon from the sky and the earth and from all around! and grant victory to the muslims! and help us! and protect us! and guide us!

Israeli Defence Minister Amir Peretz says Israel cannot agree to an immediate ceasefire, despite a partial halt to air strikes on south Lebanon.
Mr Peretz told parliament that if the offensive stopped, "the extremists will rear their heads anew".

He said Israel intended to "expand and strengthen" its operations in Lebanon.

Earlier Israel suspended air raids for 48 hours - apart from those to defend its civilians or troops - to allow an inquiry into civilian deaths at Qana.

At least 54 people, many of them children, were killed in the southern Lebanese town on Sunday when the house in which they were sheltering was hit by Israeli war planes - the deadliest Israeli raid since hostilities began on 12 July.

Shortly after Israel announced it was suspending air strikes, Israeli war planes struck at several targets, killing three Lebanese soldiers in a car near the southern city of Tyre.

Israel expressed regret over the deaths, saying it believed the vehicle was carrying a senior Hezbollah official.


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07-31-2006, 10:08 PM
Mr Peretz told parliament that if the offensive stopped, "the extremists will rear their heads anew".
That sounds like a good reason not to stop.

The sooner they stop, the sooner Hezbollah will regroup and attack again.

08-01-2006, 08:33 AM
Aa you mean like in Afghanistan... dont they get it you can never win a war that has no ground...what do they think by wiping out Lebanon they will get rid of Hizbollah what these stupid people dont realise is that its thier evil and war that makes these groups stronger.... just take a look at the Taliban and Al Qaeeda!

08-01-2006, 12:54 PM
yh by fighting more the only thing theyll achieve is people formerly thinking hizbullah to be wrong will start supporting and fighting ith them.

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