Sunday, July 16, 2006

Asymetrical conflict.

As much as it is undeniable that Hezbollah started the whole thing, "the asymetrical nature of the conflic was laid bare Saturday", says the Washington Post:
In a war that has witnessed an escalation each day, the asymmetrical nature of the conflict was laid bare Saturday: For each attack by Hezbollah since it captured two Israeli soldiers in a cross-border raid, Israel has inflicted a far greater price. It has systematically dismantled the country's infrastructure, displaced thousands of residents and instilled a new sense of foreboding and fear in the now-deserted streets of this brash, confident city still shadowed by the legacy of Lebanon's 15-year civil war.


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