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by gegyx » 27/07/06, 12:05

Now, on the news, the presentation of events takes place according to this principle.
* Bursts of X missiles (Number given with precision) reached the city of Y (in Israel)
Who have caused civilian casualties…
In the face of sustained resistance, the bombing of the Israeli air force and artillery continued in Lebanon.
--Never are counted, the number of bombs, and their type.
The number of shells launched by the Israeli artillery is never listed…
On images we see artillery positions, firing relentlessly, over there, with shell trucks, renewing the stock. One does not have the impression that the shooters are worried, because they go about their obligations, like workers in 3/8…
Bombings are also carried out, from warships, in the Mediterranean, on the coastal cities, (therefore without much relation to the presence of Hezbollah…). We know the imprecision of this kind of heavy barrage fire on cities. What is the will behind this kind of act?
Find the error!

* Bitter fighting takes place in the territories of Gaza (West Palestine, overcrowded, destitute, bombed, surrounded and invaded by Israeli tanks) ...
Thirty dead are counted including a little girl of 2 years old (or information like that) ...
- In other words, with an evident supremacy in armaments, occupying militarily, an overpopulated territory, therefore controlling it more or less, the soldiers continue to shoot everything that is suspect and that moves ...
Is this a "civilized" army, as we are led to believe?
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Following a previous post on death counts, a clarification:
In the total count of victims since the first day of the conflict, the Israeli military / civilian death ratio further increases, while the Lebanese military / civilian ratio, further decreases.
The Lebanese / Israeli death ratio is also increasing.
It should be noted that at least 4 Israeli soldiers were killed by Israeli fire.
* Another diversion from the media: in the Lebanese dead count, civilians and soldiers are reported. It is added that Hezbollah recognizes X loss in its fighters.
--The soldiers killed, were not combatants; they were soldiers billeted in their barracks, who were bombed by the Israelis, when they had a neutral attitude…
This could suggest that all civilians are Hezbollah fighters ...

I will not extrapolate on the bombardment of the Finul position (4 dead). Israel is "shocked" by the term "deliberate attack" used by Kofi Anan ...
Note that UNIFIL has contacted the Israeli army 10 times, in the previous 24 hours, to stop bombing, in an area of ​​one km around the position of the destroyed building…
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by Mesh » 27/07/06, 18:43

* Bursts of X missiles (Number given with precision) reached the city of Y (in Israel)


It is easy to give the number when it does not exceed 10!

In the face of sustained resistance, the bombing of the Israeli air force and artillery continued in Lebanon.
--Never are counted, the number of bombs, and their type.


There it is harder, since the army is everywhere around. :!:

It's David against Golliath 2006 version (ie inverted)

Poor human race, again we're bottoming out : Cry:
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by Former Oceano » 27/07/06, 22:02

Indeed we hit rock bottom in a lot of places ...

The bottom of the barrel of oil in particular which is the cause or the reason of a lot of conflicts ...
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by freddau » 28/07/06, 10:58

Keep a news that is always in a good mood.

The Turks have the same problems of "terrorism" with the Kurds who have withdrawn to the north of Iraq and are considering the same responses as Israel.
Because supposedly the attacks of the Kurds are on the increase.

Except that America does not agree when it is calm north of Iraq.

And that´s it
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by gegyx » 28/07/06, 13:30

Turks have good teachers.
Indeed, the Israelis train and park on Turkish territory, on the Iranian border ...
In a completely defensive way, obviously, to preserve their borders probably?
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by gegyx » 28/07/06, 23:29

A future Nobel Peace Prize winner? Humanitarian at will…
We think we are dreaming by reading Bush's position in this article.
Receiving the visit of the "poodle" Tony Blair, pressed by his opinion to react, to put an end to these bombings:
http://permanent.nouvelobs.com/etranger ... S6644.html

And at the same time, we urgently deliver weapons…
http://permanent.nouvelobs.com/etranger ... S6624.html

Reissue from Saturday Jul 29
And for the bombs to be effective, we refuse an evacuation requested by the UN ...
http://permanent.nouvelobs.com/etranger ... S6707.html

: Arrow: An ecological disaster in addition: The tanks of the power station bombed on July 14, pour their fuel oil into the Mediterranean.
Due to the Israeli blockade, no aid can come and deploy to stop the pollution of the coasts ...
A third of the Lebanese coast is already soiled ... : Evil:
We learn this pollution, 15 days after the attack. Long live the manipulated info!
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by Mesh » 29/07/06, 20:06

All of this really makes me throw up : Cry:

But what can we do to end this human and ecological disaster?

Demonstrating in front of embassies does not seem to be of much use!

Anyone have an idea for peaceful action that could make a difference? :|
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by elephant » 29/07/06, 22:38

good, stop! let's put the church back in the middle of the village!

Is it normal for a few thousand thugs in the pay of Syria and Iran to rule the law in Lebanon, thus endangering civilians who have nothing to do with their "fight"

I remind everyone that Lebanon has been a Christian and independent (and even French-speaking) territory for a long time!

Palestinian and Syrian terrorists have nothing to do with it!

They know, however, that since 1948 Israel has been in the habit of aggressively and effectively punishing its enemies.

But, of course, it is a stain, in the midst of all these Islamist states, a dynamic state, where the girls will pick the fruits in shorts, know how to use a machine gun and are even instructors of young recruits of the army ( and where the mullah have nothing to say)
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by gegyx » 29/07/06, 23:55

Elephant, you are wrong. all your good reasons can be returned in the same way and with less preconceptions. This is the problem! ...
The church whose emancipation and dynamics you preach is currently a war criminal.
600 civilian victims in Lebanon, the infrastructure of a country in the process of reorganization, destroyed voluntarily. An oil spill as a bonus.
Your church voluntarily fires on UNIFIL, on convoys of civilians fleeing terror, on ambulances. (Report at 20 p.m., these paramedics, these rescuers are heroes, because they help people who need it, at the risk of going there at all times).
The Lebanese Red Cross announces this evening that the Israeli bombs are with "fragmentation", and with "phosphorus". Israel refuses a truce to evacuate the isolated populations, clubbed under the bombs.
That denials of common law, morals, international law from a "democratic" country, "light from the east" according to you.
The bombing is now on the Syrian border ...
What's going to happen ? A conflagration as far as Iran? Why ? Because the country feels threatened by "terrorists"? That young girls can no longer pick kiwis in shorts?
What young people are worried about when they go out to nightclubs? A survey gives more than 80% of the population supporting the army. Their problem so far is their narrow vision, with variable geometry. You don't have to be a great clerk to realize that Arabic is not their equal. Bombing and shots in the heap (American technique).
Palestinians surrounded by a wall of shame. Reprisals on the populations in this ghetto, to make its "humiliations" suffered tenfold.
Even the Israeli Arabs are "second zone". They complained that they did not have an alarm siren, as elsewhere in Israel, to warn of the arrival of Hezbollah missiles ...
This country considers that the region is his, at its pogne, its residents at its economic service, and if that does not work right, repression.
Israel keeps the Golan, to conserve this treasure which is the water resource. In the West Bank, and in Jordan, the Arabs are only entitled to water more than the smallest amount to survive.
Sharon did everything to isolate Arafat and demand democratic elections; they took place; the result does not suit them; instead of arguing, we prefer to hit the pile and show our strength. We hit Lebanon, it's practical, we're used to it, and they're not armed.
They feel strong, they are unconditionally supported by the USA. Are you running out of money for the war effort? We appeal to the diaspora.
The mullahs of this church should preach a little humanity to their policies.
The world would be a little better.
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by denis » 30/07/06, 07:39

crime against humanity! but the culprits will never be worried
Would a petition be useful? Would circulating it on the net have any influence?
Could we show that we are not all blind sheep?
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