Sunday, October 29, 2006

Extreme Makeover Home Edition: Hezbollah style


When the recent Israeli-Hezbollah war ended, the United Nations' newly organized human rights council, pressed by its Islamic members, spent its first two sessions criticizing Israel for allegedly causing heavy civilian casualties. But details are now known of a secret Hezbollah operation, mounted long before the war and focused, in violation of international law, on putting civilians at risk, that significantly contributed to this toll once the fighting began…. Long before hostilities erupted on July 12, Hezbollah construction teams had gone out and modified numerous Lebanese homes. Sometimes with, but most the time without, the homeowner's permission, workers began adding on a large, single-function room. These rooms were unique for, when completed, they lacked an essential element of all rooms -- a door. Each room was sealed shut -- but only, and immediately, after an object was placed inside.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

ma vaffanculo!!!

3:38 PM  
Blogger Melanie said...

The United Nations working with Hezbollah to shun Israel? NO WAY! Next thing you'll hear is the United Nations working with terrorist-harboring countries for oil.....oh, wait, nevermind.

3:59 PM  
Blogger semite1973 said...

We sooooo need to get off oil.

8:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah - there's still plenty of coal, and it's heaped up mostly in friendly countries!


1:33 PM  

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