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August 22, 2006

Was Israel 'Bush'-Whacked?

Topics: Middle East News and Perspectives

The Debkafile report, 'U.S. called the war shots' and comments by Israpundit editor, Ted Belman raise the question of whether Israel let itself be 'bushwhacked' into the debacle of a defeat in southern Lebanon against Islamofascism terror group Hezbollah, Iran's proxy:

The micro-management of various stages of the conflict from reliance on the opening Kosovo-type air war to the 'hokey pokey' limited ground incursions of a less than 5 kilometer corridor in Southern Lebanon to a last minute dash to the Litani River have the appearances of 'herky jerk' decision making in Jerusalem by way of the Bush Administration in Washington, DC.

Behind this if you believe half of what Debkafile and Belman are opining were the 'master puppeteers' in Washington: Bush and Condi Rice.

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Posted by Richard at August 22, 2006 10:54 PM



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