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Thursday, July 27, 2006 

It is not about disarming

At this particular stage, things tend to be clear. Meanwhile, differences tend to be blurry. I am not being philosophical here. It is now clear that: Israel and USA cooperated in the current offensive, Arabs are no different from EU as they are all negative. And the fact that Israel's offensive targets civilians and civil infrastructure blurs any difference between terrorism, resistance and self-defense. Now let me explain.

It is very clear that the Israeli offensive against Lebanon was not a spontaneous reaction to the kidnapping of the two soldiers. I believe Israel knew all about the Hezbollah cross-border-snatch-soldier plan the same way they knew all about the Palestinian plan to kidnap Gilad Shalit (the Israeli soldier kidnapped in Gaza). Lebanese reports about the large Israeli spying ring discovered in southern Lebanon and Beirut make me sure that they knew all about the Hezbollah plan.

With this in mind, it would not be fanciful to think that the USA was put in the picture before Israel carries out the offensive. And this is very clear when you take a look at US administration reactions, John Bolton's behavior in the UN and Rice's behavior in Rome. It was very clear that Rome's talks will be a failure, you could read it on Condy's face. The fact that a group of nations meet and fail to reach a cease-fire agreement while innocent civilians die every now and then leaves me with no choice but to believe that the talks have failed on purpose as at least one nation did its best to make it all fail. Moreover, if you consider the Israeli statements after the Rome failure saying that the world supports Lebanon assault, it makes it more probable that the talks have failed on purpose so that Israel can make the best use of it and escalate the situation.

If that is the case, I believe there is a great purpose behind all what is going now. A purpose that is far beyond the disarming of Hezbollah.

Oh I get it.

The Israeli and American Psych-op guys planted dreams in the heads of Hizb and Hammas leaders and told them to kidnap Israeli soldiers.

Maybe sort of like Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol.

They had someone dressed up (in the dream) as Ariel Sharon - who played the ghost of Ramadan past and another guy dressed as Olmert as the ghost of Ramadan present. Who played the ghost of Ramadan future? The 12th Imam?

The Israelis must be true geniuses.

Anonymous:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gleiwitz_incident

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