Skip to comments.IAF strikes Beruit airport
Posted on 07/12/2006 8:38:16 PM PDT by jhp
Reports coming in about IAF striking Beruit airport, if this is confirmed this is another sizable escalation. I think this article ought to be pinned.
06:35 IAF fires 3 missiles on runway at Beirut international airport (Reuters)
You posted 2 seconds earlier.
I hope this can be mediated somehow. I'm not optimistic.
Don't think so, Iran wants it to happen.
The world's now at war, count on it.
Israel ZOTs Beirut International Airport
108 posts on the pulled thread...late hit, 15 yard penalty...
Why was the other 100-post thread pulled?
Reuters: IDF bombed other thread. Refugees to this thread.
No offense, but the 110 response thread I'm tracking gets pulled in favor of the 5 response thread?
What was the point of getting rid of my thread? It had 120 replies and was spelt properly lol.
This is all very interesting, given the World War III column that Drudge linked to over the weekend.
By the way, why is John Batchelor still talking about the space program?
And is there a way to see people's comments live without having to refresh the browser every 10 seconds? It seems impossible to hold a convo on here...
A thread with over 100 posts gets pulled as a dupe, replaced by one with 5 replies? Huh?
Because the mod is a nitwit?
"Israel must cease this provocation and get back to the road map."
Why was the thread with over 100 post pulled?
Prediction: If somehow Saddam's WMD turn up in this, the Dem position will be, "The President claimed to have attacked Iraq to prevent WMD from being used to being delivered to terrorists. He has now been shown to have completely failed in both efforts," casually side-stepping the existence of WMD they claimed Bill Clinton "completely destroyed".
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