Israel At War Watch: Iranian Mullahs Show Their Teeth

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MEMRI TV: Iranian leader Ali Khamenei: Hizbullah Will Not Be Disarmed

View the Video here.

The Transcript:

Iranian leader Ali Khamenei: Hizbullah Will Not Be Disarmed

Following are excerpts from a speech given by Iranian leader Ali Khamenei, which aired on Channel 1, Iranian TV, on July 16, 2006.Ali Khamenei: The Zionists would like Lebanon to be meat between their teeth, so they could do to it whatever they want, whenever they want.Today, the strong arm of the Lebanese resistance and the Lebanese Hizbullah has prevented this nightmare from coming true. This is why the American president says Hizbullah must be disarmed. Yes, of course this is what you want. Of course this is what the Zionists want. But this will not happen.The Lebanese people value Hizbullah and the resistance, because they know it is this strong arm that has prevented the Zionists from doing whatever they want, whenever they want, to Lebanon.

Man in crowd: Hizbullah is victorious. Israel is doomed.

Crowd: Hizbullah is victorious. Israel is doomed.

Hizbullah is victorious. Israel is doomed.

Hizbullah is victorious. Israel is doomed.

Hizbullah is victorious. Israel is doomed.

Ali Khamenei: Well, this is what I am saying too.

Flap doesn’t think so.

But, do you think Hezbollah will be quite so willing to do Iran’s bidding the next time?



Israel At War Watch: Israel Destroys At Least One Long Range Iranian Missile

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Israel At War Watch: Israel Destroys At Least One Long Range Iranian Missile

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Iranian Scud-B Variant.

AP: Israel: Long-range missile destroyed

An Israeli airstrike in Lebanon on Monday destroyed at least one long-range Iranian missile capable of hitting Tel Aviv, military officials said.

Israeli aircraft targeted a truck carrying the weapons before they could be launched, the officials said, speaking on condition of anonymity because of military regulations. The force of the blast sent at least one missile flying into the air, but it fell nearby.

During nearly a week of fighting, Hezbollah militants have fired missiles up to 25 miles into Israel. But officials have raised concerns the guerrilla group could strike Tel Aviv, about 80 miles south of the border with Lebanon.

Do Israeli war plans now include Iran?

First it was Hezbollah-Iranian missile attacks on Israeli gun-ships and now an attack on Israel homeland. How much restraint will Israel show Iran?

Stay tuned…..

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Israel At War Watch: Israel Sets Conditions for Cease-Fire

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In this photo made available by the Israeli Defense Force, IDF, an artillery unit fires a shell toward south Lebanon from a position in northern Israel, Sunday, July 16, 2006. Hezbollah and Israel traded fierce barrages for a sixth day Monday, as the latest eruption of warfare in the Middle East showed no sign of easing.

AP: Israel sets conditions for cease-fire

Israel would agree to a cease-fire in its six-day-old offensive against Hezbollah if the Lebanese guerrillas withdraw from the border area with Israel and release two captured Israeli soldiers, a senior official said Monday.

The official, who requested anonymity because of the sensitivity of the diplomacy, said Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert had conveyed Israel’s position to Italy’s prime minister, who is trying to broker a cease-fire deal.

Israel had previously demanded the full dismantling of Hezbollah as a condition for ending hostilities. However, the senior official said Israel would agree to Hezbollah merely leaving the border area — with the Lebanese army taking its place.

But, will the puppet masters of terror in Damascus and Tehran agree?

Nope and Captain Ed explains why.

More at Stop the ACLU. 

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G-8 Summit Watch: President George Bush Curses Hezbollah

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U.S. President George W. Bush, left, speaks with World Trade Organization (WTO) chief Pascal Lamy, right, as South African President Thabo Mbeki, center, looks on at the end of a group photo session at the G8 summit in St. Petersburg, Russia, Monday, July 17, 2006.

AP: Bush Curses Hezbollah During G8 Luncheon

It wasn’t meant to be overheard. Private luncheon conversations among world leaders, picked up by a microphone, provided a rare window into both banter and substance _ including President Bush cursing Hezbollah’s attacks against Israel.

Bush expressed his frustration with the United Nations and his disgust with the militant Islamic group and its backers in Syria as he talked to British Prime Minister Tony Blair during the closing lunch at the Group of Eight summit.

And maybe the disgust/frustration WAS meant to be heard – especially to get Kofi Annan off his ASS and get busy trying to defuse this situation.

“See the irony is that what they need to do is get Syria to get Hezbollah to stop doing this s— and it’s over,” Bush told Blair as he chewed on a buttered roll.

He told Blair he felt like telling U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan, who visited the gathered leaders, to get on the phone with Syrian President Bashar Assad to “make something happen.” He suggested Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice might visit the region soon.


Witnessing the United Nations and its worthless actions towards North Korea and Iran, there is little wonder why President Bush is frustrated with the United Nations. If the United Nations continues to be WORTHLESS, then why belong?

Unless you think this idea by Britain’s Tony Blair has any merit? Ridiculous is more the term……


Michelle and Allah have the video.

Here’s Bush on video cursing Hezbollah. Sometimes, profanity is called for.


Hugh Hewitt 


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Israel At War Watch: The Links

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Israel at War links:





Israel National News
Jerusalem Post
YNet News
Israel News Now
Israel English News Aggregator

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