Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Milk, Bomblets, and a T-Shirt

Here are three articles published today relevant to some of the discussions sweeping the blogsphere:

This article deals with the evidence collected by the UN on the use of cluster bombs on the Lebanese civilian population throughout the 'July War' campaign. Investigations were conducted by the "...UN Mine Action Co-ordination Centre, which had undertaken assessments of nearly 85% of the bombed areas in Lebanon."
The investigators have so far uncovered 100,000 unexploded cluster bomblets at 359 separate sites.
I'm not even going to say anything about this second article.
Finally, this third article highlights the presence of a dairy sleeper cell that posed a considerable risk to the security of Israel. I can't believe the Lebanese state could harbor these milky terrorists!

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous10:20 AM

    Wow, the second article is shocking! The line between precaution and persecution is getting thinner by the day!


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