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BBC: Israel/Lebanon Border Attracts Curious

Posted in Uncategorized by Curtis on 9/3/06

If only they would focus on more biopic, well-balanced pieces like this in the American media…of course, that’s like asking for water in the desert, isn’t it? You suck it out of the cactus yourself or you get none at all.

Hugh Sykes, BBC News Kiryat Shmona – 8/31/06

The Israeli army has improvised a small sight-seeing area for tourists visiting the Israel-Lebanon border.

It is north of Kiryat Shmona, on the edge of a peach tree orchard, with views across a valley towards two hilltop towns in south Lebanon.

full story here (opens in new window)
(if you check this out, be sure to read the whole thing…well, I just mean I thought the first part was discouraging.)


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  1. Jack said, on 9/12/06 at 2:00 pm

    The important INFORMATION in this article is:

    QUOTE: “the army were in Kiryat Shmona, and near the school was a lot of army. Maybe it’s connected. All Kiryat Shmona was like a military base. It wasn’t only a place that citizens live in.”

    So much for claims that Israeli civilians were innocent victims….just like Hezbolla their soldiers hide in civilian areas too……

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