blog roundup: the Israeli war on Lebanon

From Cold Desert, who reports that today the Israelis Lebanon's not going anywherebombed the power station, five hours before the ceasefire takes effect. If that’s not targeting civilians I don’t know what is.

Blogs about Israeli War on Lebanon

A list of blogs that are related to the war on Lebanon; the list is by no means exclusive and it only contains moderate blogs that I read.

Last updated: August 12, 2006This is a list of Lebanese blogs posting about the Israeli war on Lebanon from the war zone.
Lebanese Blogger Forum
UrShalim
Siege of Lebanon
Updates on the Aggression Against Lebanon
Letters Apart
Jamal’s Propaganda Site
My Lebanon is being burned to ashes
Gadfly
Zimplistic
Dove’s Eye View
And of course Cold Desert

This is a list of Lebanese blogs posting about the Israeli war on Lebanon from abroad:
Candide’s Notebook
Bisaraha
Me, Myself and My Lebanon
Salam Cinema

This is a list of non-Lebanese blogs occasionally posting about the Israeli war on Lebanon:
Informed Comment (USA)
Message in a Bottle (Egypt)
Metroblog (Canada)

4 thoughts on “blog roundup: the Israeli war on Lebanon

  1. “If that’s not targeting civilians I don’t know what is.”

    Sounds to me like it is targeting power stations, not civillians. Targeting civillians would be more like – well, let’s see – shooting a couple hundred rockets into a residential neighborhood?

  2. Targetting power stations, not civillians …

    Of course! All this time the IDF has been using some sort of bomb that destroys buildings but leaves civillians (some of whom are known to sometimes frequent buildings) standing! Now it makes sense …

    And there are no dead civillians in Lebanon. Just terrorists, female terrorists, baby terrorists, grandmother terrorists and goat terrorists!*

    If this power station had any strategic importance at all, why hit it now and not a month ago? Please. This is just sour grapes. Having failed to achieve any actual military objective aside from making sure they’ll always be a Hizbullah to fight, the IDF wanted to smash something. Else.

    *And street mimes, but I’m sure no-one minds much.

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