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Full Coverage: Israel Attacks Lebanon - July 2006

Scoop.co.nz Full Coverage: Israel Attacks Lebanon - July 2006

DAY 3


Israel Hits Hizbullah HQ, "Open War" Declared on Israel By Militants


Dahr Jamail Reports From Lebanon: - Once again the U.S. government has refused to condemn the Israeli invasion of Lebanon as the bombs fall on Beirut, killing scores of civilians. When we arrived at the Lebanese border this morning we found thousands of people streaming across in cars with their luggage lashed on top, and many on foot pulling wheeled suitcases. See... Dahr Jamail: A Big Disaster for the Lebanese
MORE REPORTS:
  • Scoop Link - BBC: Israel Hits Hezbollah Leader's HQ
  • Wikinews.Org - Hezbollah-Israel war continues for a third day
  • Wikipedia.Org - 2006 Israel-Lebanon crisis
  • MORE COMMENT ON THE ATTACK ON LEBANON:

  • Remi Kanazi - The Israeli Destruction of Lebanon and Gaza
  • M. Shahid Alam - M. Shahid Alam: Israel, US and the New Orientalism
  • Tlaxcala Translation - Israel Lebanon Crisis - The Lesson Of Hizbollah
  • Tlaxcala Translation - Corpses On The Ground, Minds In The Clouds

  • MORE:
  • RNZI - Fiji to consider deploying soldiers to Lebanon
  • US State Dept. - Daily Press Briefing July 14, 2006 - July 13, 2006
  • US State Dept. - John R. Bolton on Draft Middle East Resolution
  • US State Dept. - Rice's Press Briefing With NSA Steve Hadley
  • UN - Middle East: End urged to disproportionate attacks
  • UN - UN team on the Middle East arrives in Cairo
  • UN - Middle East: All sides must cooperate with UN team
  • UN - Annan sends top advisers to Middle East
  • UN - US vetoes Security Council resolution on Gaza
  • Amnesty International - Israel / Lebanon: End attacks against civilians
  • DAY 2

    Israel Bombs And Shells Beirut As Hizbullah Conflict Escalates


    An
Israeli missile has exploded on the Lebanese side of the
border, just outside the town of Zar'it in northern Israel.
Image Source Wikipedia / VG NETT Fighting continued in Israel and Lebanon as Israel attacked targets in Lebanon using aircraft and ships. Rockets also came from Lebanon and landed on the Israeli side of the border, Thursday. See... Day Of Attacks Continue In Israel And Lebanon. Israel's naval ships have entered Lebanon's territorial waters to enforce a blockade on the Levantine state, Thursday. See... Israel Enters Lebanese Waters To Enforce Blockade
    MORE REPORTS:
  • Wikinews.org - Israeli Forces Cross Into Lebanon

  • Wikipedia.org - 2006 Israel-Lebanon crisis
  • Scoop Link - Scoop Link: Israeli Jets Strike Airport in Beirut

  • COMMENT:
  • Adam Keller - Stop The War Madness!
  • William Rivers Pitt - You Are Not Safe
  • Am Johal - Am Johal: Beautiful Madness
  • Ramzy Baroud - Racism Plagues West's Media Coverage
  • Tel Aviv Notes - Syria's Role In Israeli-Palestinian Confrontation & Shlomo Brom: The Confrontation with Hizbullah

  • PRESS RELEASES:
  • UN - US Vetoes Gaza Security Council Resolution

  • State Dept. - Daily Press Briefing July 13, 2006
  • UN - Annan Sends Advisers To ME To Defuse New Crisis
  • White House - Hizballah Kidnapping of Soldiers Condemned
  • President Bush - Bush & Chancellor Merkel Press Conf.
  • John Bolton (US UN Ambassador) - Remarks on Iran, North Korea, and the ME
  • (Continuing....)

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