Israel What happens next?

Lichfield, Gideon
August 2006
New Statesman;8/28/2006, Vol. 135 Issue 4807, p19
The article discusses the dissatisfaction felt by many Israeli soldiers and civilians over the war between Israel and Lebanon's Hezbollah. Frustration is beginning to mount as soldiers and reservists are sent to fight with limited supplies. The war continues to rage on despite Israel's inability to rescue the two soldiers kidnapped by Hezbollah. Israeli politicians made the mistake of thinking that defeating Hezbollah meant deterring it.


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