Friday, July 14, 2006

Israel bombs Lebanon, destroys bridges, July 14th 2006



All bridges in South Lebanon were destroyed



Medical help crosses rivers by foot



90 civilians killed, 250 injured after 4 days of strikes by F-16 jets,
helicopters, missile boats, and heavy artillery

2 Comments:

At 7/16/2006 3:56 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

it is unbelievable that people can do this to people, to people who has no arm in hand, who are children. How should we face our children when they ask for explaination, how should be educate them then? What would be become of them? Please those, please think on us, think that we are human being, we are not mean to be such brutal. Please stop this, stop this!!!

 
At 7/22/2006 12:54 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is intolerable and unacceptable that a country like Lebanon, being the most socially developed country of the Middle East, beautifully expanded in all its features; a country that everyone envies, has to endure such cruelty and disastrous damages. It is even more unbearable that all-important nations, which I have always respected, admired and defended, are staying put, doing nothing except useless speeches and talk shows bringing nothing to my country. The country all people dreamed of.
I am demanding from the bottom of my heart the help of the internationals to call for a cease-fire before this tragedy becomes a catastrophe to all of us… to all religious sects.
Please help us! Help us before all of this would mark the end of our skillfully expanded nation!
Rice said that a cease-fire wouldn’t be efficient since the Hezbollah would still detain arms and will surely start another fight in a few months. So what is the solution? If disarming this militia is a way out of this whole cruelty so why no one is trying to?
I call for an immediate response from the UN, the US, the Europeans and all other nations who have always seen Lebanon as a peaceful-meant country.

 

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