IDF plans attacks on key infrastructure in Lebanon

Haaretz – Israel News:

The Israel Defense Forces plan to ramp up their offensive in Lebanon in response to Sunday’s rocket attacks on northern Israel, which killed three civilians in Haifa and 12 reservists near Kfar Giladi.

A senior General Staff officer told Haaretz that for the first time since the fighting began, Israel plans to attack strategic infrastructure targets and symbols of the Lebanese government.

Other than bombing the Beirut airport to prevent arms transfers to Hezbollah, Israel has hitherto not targeted Lebanon’s infrastructure, insisting that it is only at war with Hezbollah, not with the Lebanese government or people. …[Read more]


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Posted on August 7, 2006, in News and politics. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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