Israel is now fighting a war on two fronts that it did not start, and what is the reaction of Kofi “blind to the truth” Annan? UN Secretary General Kofi Annan condemned Israel’s Lebanon offensive to get its two soldiers. Isn’t that helpful.
The US has taken a very strong position in support of Israel, but where are the sanctions against Syria?
The three weeks begin tomorrow, a period sadness and trials for the Jewish nation. The events of the last 24 hours remind one of the pain and suffering for klal yisroel during last summer’s forceful expulsion of Jews from Gaza. (To which we have been repaid in kind with over 1000 missiles)
Meanwhile, Lebanon continues to let Hezbollah â€”a multi-national terrorist outfit funded by madmen in Iranâ€” control vast areas of its country, because frankly Hezbollah has them by the falafels.
Hezbollah is being called a militant organization on CNN. Hezbollah, a militant group, is based in Lebanon and holds seats in the country’s government. That’s right, they are not bloodthirsty Islamic Jihadists, but just a bunch of guys with some issues and AK-47’s…
Hezbollah leader Sheik Hassan Nasrallah told reporters that “direct negotiations” would be the only way to gain the return of the soldiers and that their capture was “our natural, only and logical right.”
Logical right? This Sheik is sick and twisted and nothing short of a cruise missile is good enough for him.
We all pray for the soldiers’ release and Israel’s safety.
UPDATE: Israeli Cabinet authorizes ‘severe and harsh’ response to kidnapping of its two soldiers by Hezbollah, PM’s office says.