Our hearts go out to the victims -- both Israeli and Lebanese

Rangel, Charles B.
July 2006
New York Amsterdam News;7/27/2006, Vol. 97 Issue 31, p13
The article discusses the crisis in Israel. Unlike Iraq, where none of the stated reasons for U.S. military action proved to be true, Israel is defending itself against a violation of its borders and attack on its citizens. There is no argument that Israel has been victimized. People have come into the country, killed their soldiers and kidnapped others, and rained rockets on their population. For the first time, leaders of neighboring Arab states have recognized that the terrorists are not after the U.S. and Israel alone.


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