Wednesday, January 30, 2008


Hizb'allah: We will kidnap more Israeli soldiers (JNW)
Lebanon's terrorist Hizb'allah organization said Tuesday it was ready to kidnap more Israeli soldiers as it had Ehud Goldwasser and Eldad Regev in July 2006.

Their abduction triggered the Second Lebanon War in the summer of that year; a war Israel is widely considered to have lost.

Addressing the media, Hizb'allah deputy leader Naim Kassem stressed that the group would not drop its demand for the release of a single one of the Lebanese terrorists held by Israel in exchange for the two Israelis.

"We will continue the forceful position that influences the exchange equation, and from the position of patience, considering our steps and sure to reach results." he said.

Kassem's word come days after supreme Hizb'allah leader Hassan Nasrallah gloated in graphic detail on Lebanese television about the body parts of Israeli soldiers he was holding.

Whether "Palestinians," Syrians, Egyptians or Lebanese, Israel's Arab enemies have frequently down the years exhibited unrestrained bloodlust and perverse pleasure in its handling if captured, wounded and dead Jewish soldiers.

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