Monday, August 14, 2006

What Was All That For?

The terrorist group Hezbollah killed 8 Israeli soldiers and kidnapped 2. That was what started the war. My question is since there was nothing in the U.N. resolution "forcing" the terrorists to release those kidnapped soldiers what in the hell was all the fighting for? Why did Israel accept the resolution? All this does is make Hezbollah stronger in the eyes of Muslims. The terrorists will regroup and re-arm and will eventually start another war. Next time it will be tougher and bloodier. In my opinion this was a huge strategic blunder not only for Israel but for the United States to put pressure on Israel to accept this "ceasefire."

Think of it this way, if the terrorists which include Hamas, Hezbollah, Islamic Jihad, etc... were to lay down their arms there would be instant peace in the Mideast. If Israel decided to rid themselves of their nuclear weapons and disbanded the IDF we would see the second holocaust with millions of Jews being slaughtered.

As I've read elsewhere if you want to know what 1938 looked like......we're living it now.


Anonymous BLAKE said...

Right on...we are the doorstep of a bloodier war than we have seen in our lifetimes. The Hezbolah has indicated they will attack Israeli soldiers stationed in their county, now it's just a matter of time before that all starts up again. We should have allowed Israel finish the score once and for all. Oh, no, we made fools our of ourselves by backing the "cease fire." We will surely pay for it with plenty of our own blood.

August 14, 2006 7:20 PM  
Blogger defiant_infidel said...

Blake, I don't know if it was an honest slip or intentional sarcasm, but technically Lebanon is not Hezbollah's country. Realistically, however, that is precisely what Lebanon is and has been since 1978.

It is a very significant and demoralizing day when our President, who was formerly alleged to be "tough" on terror, teams up with appeaser Rice and collaborates with the f***ing FRENCH to pressure Israel into this deplorable surrender and defeat. When the former potent and powerful IDF is rendered ineffectual against renegade terrorists with simple mortars, rockets, rifles and guerilla holes in the ground it bodes very poorly for the future. If they didn't have the sack to do it right, Israel would have been much better off to do NOTHING in the first place.

This has empowered Iran and Syria, done wonders for Jihadi recruitment propaganda and proven true all the premise upon which Iran selected and timed this double decoy conflict so they could continue uninterupted nuke building. A colossal failure on our part of the highest magnitude.

August 15, 2006 8:15 AM  

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