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Thursday, August 31, 2006
What's in a "Regret"?
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We hear that Nasrallah claims they would not have abducted two Israeli soldiers (and killed eight more) had they known it would start a war. That's a nice gesture, one that is sure to be used by an even larger number of people now to state that it was actually all Israel's fault to start a war that Hezbollah did not want. But then if Nasrallah truly regrets the well-planned kidnapping operation, perhaps Hezbollah is going to release the soldiers, now that it is certain their abduction did start a war? No, they are not! So, what's in Nasrallah's "regret"? Wishful reporting is the answer
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