War briefs

The media caught President Bush using a naughty word. Big effing deal.

Bush’s remarks were picked up by closed-circuit television at the G8 summit in St Petersburg, Russia, as the leaders were being filmed sitting down to eat.

“See, the irony is what they really need to do is to get Syria to get Hezbollah to stop doing this sh*t and it’s over,” Bush told Blair as he chewed on a buttered roll before the Group of Eight leaders began their lunch.

Some members of the Arab League are criticizing Hezbullah.

BEIRUT, Lebanon – With the battle between Israel and the Lebanese militia Hezbollah raging, key Arab governments are taking the rare step of publicly blaming Hezbollah, underscoring their growing fear of the group’s main sponsor, Iran.

Saudi Arabia, supported by Jordan, Egypt, several Persian Gulf states and the Palestinian Authority, chastised Hezbollah for “unexpected, inappropriate and irresponsible acts” at an emergency Arab League summit in Cairo on Saturday.

The Saudi foreign minister, Prince Saud al-Faisal, said of Hezbollah’s attacks on Israel, “These acts will pull the whole region back to years ago, and we cannot simply accept them.”

The Arabs have always hated the Iranians, who are not Arabs. I’m not very surprised to see them not want Iran to win this one.

Haifa was hit again. Residential areas, of course. The ones that Liar Nasrallah says he isn’t aiming for.

On the day after the deadly attack on the Haifa Bay, rockets hit the city again Monday afternoon. Seven explosions were heard in the northern city following air raid sirens at 2 p.m. A number of rockets landed in central Haifa.

After another hour of sirens, a second barrage hit at 3 p.m. One rocket struck a three-story building in the city causing two floors to collapse.

Magen David Adom ambulances and firefighters were dispatched to the scene. Rescue services pulled six people out of the wreckage – one of them in serious condition and another two in moderate condition. The injured were taken to the Rambam hospital and Bnei Zion Medical Center.

A major terror attack was foiled in Jerusalem by alert security forces.

Police officers operating a metal detector noticed a Palestinian walking toward them, carrying a bag. They demanded that he undergo a security check, and then he told them he was carrying an explosive device.

[…] In his interrogation, the man said that he planned to carry out a terror attack, and according to estimations the target was the center of the capital. It is still unclear whether he planned to detonate himself with the device or leave it in the area and flee.

How can you tell when a terrorist is lying? His lips are moving. This is rich:

Hezbollah leader Sheik Hassan Nasrallah said Sunday that despite Israel’s attacks, the guerrillas were “in their full strength and power” and that their “missile stockpiles are still full.”

Sure, and that’s why you’re hiding in your rathole, like the cowardly little subhuman you are.

The officer spoke about one moment in which 100 aircrafts flew over Lebanon, and in which Hizbullah forces were “harshly crushed.”

Israel has information about places where the rockets are being hidden, and the Air Force is engaged in intercepting them. An officer from the intelligence department said that it appears Nasrallah has not dyed his beard for days, and the reason is simple – “he has not left the pit where he is hiding.”

I look forward to the day we hear the news that the IDF found your rathole and sent you a bunker-buster for a housewarming gift.

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6 Responses to War briefs

  1. Rahel says:

    Nasrallah dyes his beard? I thought that men of his ilk were only allowed to dye their beards the same shocking shade as Abu Tir’s. (Ack! My eyes!)

  2. lawhawk says:

    Nasrallah certainly needs a housewarming gift alright. That way Nasrallah gets acclimated to his new home in Hell.

  3. Sammy Finkelman says:

    Saudi Arabia has been claiming that Hezbollah acted WITHOUT CONSULTING anybody. I hope people do not believe that lie.

  4. cond0010 says:

    (* The Arabs have always hated the Iranians, who are not Arabs. *)

    Yea. Definately. Saddams’ Sunni-Muslim-Arabs did not like the Sunni-Muslim-Kurds.

    Nor do the Muslim-Arab-Sudanese especially like the Muslim-African-Sudanese in Darfur (West Sudan).

    These preferences remind me of a specific word… its on the tip of my tongue…

  5. The Doctor says:

    Gotta love the “we’re fully armed and not hurt by the bombings.” Reminds me of Saddam’s PR guy, who is a god to PR flacks and marketers everywhere. The guy who stood in front of a burning building and said with a straight face “The Americans are in retreat. There are no Americans here.”

    Whatever happened to that guy?

  6. He got hired by a television station or some other news outlet.


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