Friday, July 14, 2006

Israeli actions not disproportionate?

The Lebanese Foundation for Peace write an open letter to Prime Minister Olmert to congratulate him and volunteer to help in attack against Hezbollah:

http://www.free-lebanon.com/
We Lebanese congratulate you on your recent actions against the Hezbollah terrorist infrastructure in Lebanon. We urge you to hit them hard and destroy their terror infrastructure. It is not Israel who is fed up with this situation, but the majority of the silent Lebanese in Lebanon who are fed up with Hezbollah and are powerless to do anything out of fear of terror retaliation.
On behalf of thousands of Lebanese, we ask you to open the doors of Tel Aviv Ben Gurion airport to thousands of volunteers in the Diaspora willing to bear arms and liberate their homeland from fundamentalism. We ask you for support, facilitations and logistics in order to win this struggle and achieve together the same objectives: Peace and Security for Lebanon and Israel and our future generations to come.
As of the fighting continue in the north of Israel in order to create security, at the Lebanon Israel border, we ask the world’s nations to endorse your political action and wish you full success in your deterrence against terrorism’s autonomy in Southern Lebanon and Gaza.
Mr. Prime Minister,
Help Lebanon in order to help yourself.

Arabs show support for Israel online, Ynet reports:

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/1,7340,L-3275291,00.html
Arab readers of Foreign Ministry website encourage Israel to use tough military action against Hizbullah, Hamas; 'Arabs understand language of force only,' one reader writes
Roee Nahmias
An unexpected source sent messages calling on Israel to hit Hizbullah harshly.
Officials in the Foreign Ministry in Jerusalem, where an Arabic language internet website is being operated, were surprised to read comments by two surfers calling on Israel to use tough military action against Hizbullah and Hamas.

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