Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Middle East Crisis Continues: Day 14, Israel accused of using banned weapons on civilians

President Emile Lahoud accused Israel on Sunday of using banned weapons against Lebanese civilians in its military offensive against the country. Lahoud said Israeli forces have fired "phosphorus incendiary bombs, which are a blatant violation of international laws, ...against Lebanese civilians." He called on the United Nations to help "deter Israel from using destructive weapons which violate human rights and the United Nations charter." In an extraordinary meeting earlier Sunday, the Lebanese government also accused Israel of using banned weapons against Lebanese civilians. "We are facing a real annihilation carried out by Israel," Information Minister Ghazi Aridi told reporters after the cabinet meeting. "Israel is using internationally prohibited weapons against civilians," he said. Military sources told Agence France Presse that Israel had used phosphorus incendiary bombs and implosion bombs, which suck up the air and collapse buildings.

in other news:
Israel Hits Beirut for 1st Time in 2 Days...
Saudi King Fears Full-Scale Middle East War...
Israel: 'There Can No Longer Be a Hezbollah'...
PAPER: Nations Reluctant to Commit Troops to Lebanon...
Olmert: Israel Has Stamina for Long Fight...
'Iran will protect Syria'...
'Russian roulette' with rockets in northern Israel...
Jewish, Israeli targets in USA put on heightened alert... <= here we go

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

The good president appearantly forget to mention that the Israelis use the blood of freshly killed little Arab babies for their secret rituals. Read all about it in the Protocols of the elders of Zion.

Gawd...Emile should be applauding Israel for cleaning this Hezbollah sh** out of Lebanon. And if he can't applaud, he should shut up

5:08 AM, July 26, 2006  
Blogger yugunter said...

No one questioning Israel''s right to hunt after Hamas and Hizballah terrorists, but this, now, begins to look like occupation not a "search and rescue" operation

10:30 AM, July 26, 2006  

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