If Israel’s government accepts the latest UN resolution it will undeniably prove it.
The proposal DOES NOT call for the disarming of Hezbollah. Uhh, wasn’t that the whole point?
A Systematic withdraw from Lebanon as UNIFIL and the Lebanese Army take their place. (Later to be replaced by French soldiers, LOL!!) Like any of those boys want a piece of Hezbollah after Israel cried Uncle.
An “embargo” to prevent Hizbollah from resupplying across the Syrian border. And exactly who is going to be monitoring this since the IAF will be unable to fly over Lebanese Air space? Oh yeah, UNIFIL in their “observation towers”!! LoL
4)Still won’t prevent the “terror” of a kaytusha rocket dropping on your head if you live anywhere around northern Israel.
5)A prisoner swap to be done later on after the “cooling off” period. Probably along the lines of 500 lebanse/palestinians for 2 IDF soldiers. (They could have done this first and saved the IDF’s reputation)
6)Nassarallah gets off Scot free to continue his crusade, politically stronger and in short time militarily also.
7)Will have to give back Shebaa Farms since Israels occupation of it for the last 30+ years.
Damn, I would say that is a SLIGHT change from the original proposal one week ago. I guess realities on the ground will change your diplomatic tune pretty quick. Everyone knows Israel is terrified of actual casualties but believing strictly in an air campaign to disable a fully armed guerrilla militia is retarded. Especially one that’s been preparing for this day for the last 20 or so years and is itching for a fight.
So where does Israel go from here? I’m very curious to see how Olmert and the boys try and explain this massive f@#k up. Unfortunately for him, the Jewish people are a little more on point than us americans since they are the ones living in shelters. I doubt he makes another election cycle like our uber foreign policy strategist “Dubya”.