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Hezbollah confirms: 3 members killed in cache blasts     Elior Levy, AFP
1. Wow!
Four mysterious explosions in one morning. There sure is a lot of fertilizer lying around uninhabited farming areas in Lebanon -- all of it emanating from Hezbollah, of course.
Sarah B ,   U.S.A. / Israel   (10.03.12)
2. I'm shocked! They didn't blame Israel ?
barbara ,   Haifa Israel   (10.03.12)
3. Watch documentary 'Iranium'
mea   (10.03.12)
4. What...We DO NOT store weapons in towns?
How about near a school How about under a playing ground How about inside at least 4 mosques How about adjacent to a clinic How about underneath a private house... How about next to a prison And what is worse...there are more and more reports of some of the missiles being eroded, some of the bunkers semi flooded and some with faulty cabling Does anyone believe what Nasrallah says...Does Nasrallah believe what Nasrallh says!
Sammy ,   Newcastle   (10.03.12)
5. Sarah B. #1
Had to be a Mossad shark that did it ;) Hezbollah usually doesn't use homes to store explosives - mosques are far more amenable
Gee ,   Zikron Yaakov   (10.03.12)
6. Gets better by the day ! (end)
DT ,   TA Israel   (10.03.12)
7. Hezbollah MP Kamel Rifai: group does not store arms in towns
NO they only store them in HOSPITALS, SCHOOLS, MOSQUES AND PRIVATE HOMES/APTS. otherwise what good are human shields? hey KAMEL, show us those children with the bomb vests again!
Jewishness ,   AMERICA THE BEAUTIUL   (10.03.12)
8. #2
Give them time. There will be an "investigation"
Natan   (10.03.12)
9. # Fake 1
This post is not mine.
Sarah B. ,   U.S.A./Israel   (10.03.12)
10. Oops. Another work accident.
Eagle Talon   (10.03.12)
11. Only four Syrian workers? What? None from Iran???
Harry Wright ,   UK   (10.03.12)
12. The post at No. 9 is not mine.
As is pathetically obvious.
Sarah B ,   U.S.A. / Israel   (10.03.12)
13. Unfortunate people
For so many terrorists died I think there's no more virgins left above, sorry for these terrorist nothing left above but anyway there's coffee there.
Alfredo ,   Philippine   (10.03.12)
14. #5 - tell that to the families in S. Lebanon
who lived in buildings where Hizbullah placed rockets inside - in entrance ways and in the basement.
William ,   Israel   (10.03.12)
15. Building in an uninhabited area
"in an uninhabited area between the villages of Nabishit and Khodr" If this was true, why so many residents in this "uninhabited area" was injured? "a number of residents in the surrounding area were injured and admitted into hospitals in the Baalbek region." That must of been one hell of a weapons depot to injure people so far away (or were they)? Thank Allah!
William ,   Israel   (10.03.12)
16. Good location for a weapons depot?
" arms depot of shells, ammunition and remnants of Israel's shelling in the area," They placed a warehouse of weapons on the spot where shelling and other ordinance from a previous war was? Were they expecting in another war that "lightening doesn't strike twice in the same location"?? And what if unexploded ordinance from the previous war was left unfound? Once they do go off, the weapons depot becomes a major liability....not that I'm complaining.
William ,   Israel   (10.03.12)
17. #2 - They did blame Israel
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/Flash.aspx/251131
Chaim T. ,   Jerusalem, Israel   (10.03.12)
18. makes you want to cry .. at least Hussain Obama wants to cry
zionist forever   (10.03.12)
19. won't be missed. next!
(10.03.12)
20. #14, absolutely true.
# 5 needs to go have a chat with the people who live at Kibbutz Misgav Am. I was just there 2 weeks ago. One member was explaining about several homes you can see right there on the Labanese border, where the business is on ground floor, the Hezbullah and their weapons are on the second floor, and the wife and kids are on the third floor. Some times you have to beware of sniper fire from them. Misgav Am is genuinely afraid of the next war.
Israeli Citizen ,   Haifa   (10.03.12)
21. HA Ha ha, HE He he, Didn't anyone tell
These terrorists that smoking KILLS?
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