ISRAELI forces struck far deeper than previously into Lebanon today, while UN Security Council members struggled to overcome differences on how to end the three-week-old conflict.
Local police said helicopter-borne Israeli commandoes snatched five people in a raid on Baalbek, a Hezbollah stronghold close to Lebanon's eastern border with Syria.
If there turns out to be "something there," and past performance is any indication, the blogs are likely to chew on this for a week or so before the MSM catches wind of it. And then they'll pat themselves on the back for "digging deeper" and "asking the tough questions."
It appears the rumours are true: the villainous scumbag is doing an Arafat.
There are thousands of Cuban-Americans out on the streets of Miami right now, all of them celebrating the possible demise of fidel castro. All of them cheering and carrying Cuban flags alongside Old Glory. You can here the shouts of "Libertad! Libertad! Libertad!' in the background on the news reports. It is, indeed, a joyous occassion.
Your friendly neighbourhood Hezbollah-Exterminator moved into At Tayyibah (33°16'32.02"N, 35°31'18.01"E), effectively cutting off everything below the Litani.
I wish I had a pool.
Nur Shalhov, a senior Hizbullah official who was responsible for smuggling weapons into Lebanon, including the long-range missile array the organization possesses that can reach deep into Israel, was killed Thursday in an IAF strike, the army announced Friday afternoon.
Shalhov was hit by IAF missiles while traveling in a car in the Bekaa Valley, and a number of other Hizbullah operatives were also killed in the attack. The car was packed with missiles when it was hit.