Monday, July 17, 2006

Rockets Fired From Lebanon Rain Down on Israel

JERUSALEM — Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said Monday the fighting in Lebanon would end when Hezbollah guerrillas freed two captured soldiers, rocket attacks on Israel stopped and the Lebanese army deployed along the border.
In his first address to the Knesset since the nation began an offensive against Hezbollah six days ago, Olmert pledged that Israel would "not be a hostage" to terrorists and the fight was one "for the right to live a normal life."

You know, I don't think anyone wants war. But kudos to Israel for not backing down. I stand with Isreal in this.