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 07-30-2006, 05:06 AM         #1
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Jul 30 - Israeli Airstrike k!lls 51 Incuding 22 Children
 

 
BEIRUT, July 30 (Xinhua) -- The death toll from a deadly Israeli airstrike on a building in south Lebanon village of Qana rose to 51 on Sunday, local witnesses and medics said.

Medics said that a total of 51 people including 22 children were k!lled in the Israeli air raid on a four-story building in Qana.

Altogether 63 local residents, most of them children and women, were taking cover in an underground shelter of the building when two missiles fired by Israeli aircraft slammed into the building.

The building totally collapsed and buried the dead and the wounded in the rubble, which hindered the rescue work, they added.

Meanwhile, Israeli army held Hezbollah responsibility for the incident, saying that Hezbollah was to blame as it used Qana as a rocket launch site.

It is not the first time for Qana, a small village in south Lebanon, to endure the pain of Israeli attacks when Israeli shelling k!lled more than 100 civilians sheltering at a UN post in Qana during an Israeli bombing campaign in April 1996.


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308 comments for "Jul 30 - Israeli Airstrike Kills 51 Incuding 22 Children"

 07-30-2006, 08:16 AM         #2
thatdude35  OP
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Damn shame, this is gonna get at of hand
 11 years ago '05        #3
ANTONIOG77 
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yeah this is definitely getting out of hand
 07-30-2006, 11:56 AM         #4
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fu*king terrorist bastards. k!lling innocent kids.
 07-30-2006, 01:10 PM         #5
SleepyThug  OP
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"Medics said that a total of 51 people including 22 children were k!lled in the Israeli air raid on a four-story building in Qana."

Oh nice they took out some more "terrorists".
 11 years ago '05        #6
ivan1087 9 heat pts
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R.I.P.

But honestly, what are they still doing there?
Why are the civilians STILL just hanging out in a warzone.
It's been going on for nearly 2 weeks now....are they waiting to die?
 07-30-2006, 01:20 PM         #7
tweedle-  OP
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 ivan1087 said:
R.I.P.

But honestly, what are they still doing there?
Why are the civilians STILL just hanging out in a warzone.
It's been going on for nearly 2 weeks now....are they waiting to die?
They dont all have cars.

Do you know how much people are charging to take other people with them? 400 dollars, people out there dont just have 400 dollars lieing around.
 11 years ago '04        #8
LordBlanco|M 50 heat pts50
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Blame Canada! Blame Canada!
 07-30-2006, 01:22 PM         #9
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 TanstA! said:
Blame Canada! Blame Canada!
 11 years ago '06        #10
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yeah im gonna listen to china about civilian deaths ...... you know being ranked number 1 in civilian executions.

And i am truly sorry for the deaths but none of these websites mention how many hezbollah members were k!lled in the raid and that is bias media. The different between israel and hezbollah is that Israeli rockets actually hit locations while the hezbollah ones hit grassland like the new special iran rocket they used. Hezbollah would love this they launch 80-100 katyushas a day and none seem to hit anything important.
 07-30-2006, 01:32 PM         #11
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 Raiderking said:
The different between israel and hezbollah is that Israeli rockets actually hit locations
Yeah thats right, those 22 kids must of been terrorists, right?
 11 years ago '05        #12
ivan1087 9 heat pts
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 tweedle- said:
They dont all have cars.

Do you know how much people are charging to take other people with them? 400 dollars, people out there dont just have 400 dollars lieing around.
So you walk!!!

$400 is worth much more than your life!!!!!!
 07-30-2006, 01:35 PM         #13
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 ivan1087 said:
So you walk!!!

$400 is worth much more than your life!!!!!!
Carrying food right? Enough food to eat for how ever long they are gone?

They DONT HAVE 400 dollars. 400 dollars to you and me might not seem alot, but 400 dollars is probably half a years pay to them.
 07-30-2006, 01:46 PM         #14
SleepyThug  OP
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 Raiderking said:
yeah im gonna listen to china about civilian deaths ...... you know being ranked number 1 in civilian executions. And i am truly sorry for the deaths but none of these websites mention how many hezbollah members were k!lled in the raid and that is bias media. The different between israel and hezbollah is that Israeli rockets actually hit locations while the hezbollah ones hit grassland like the new special iran rocket they used. Hezbollah would love this they launch 80-100 katyushas a day and none seem to hit anything important.
Wow your an idiot...
 Raiderking said:
yeah im gonna listen to china about civilian deaths ...... you know being ranked number 1 in civilian executions.
Can you trust the a.ssociated Press?

Maybe they didn't mention any other deaths because there wasn't any?
Also it is a lot easier to hit civilian loaded targets if you have jets from USA. Comparing our military might vs some shoulder rockets...right. So many warmongers in their comfy air conditioned homes in America…
 11 years ago '05        #15
ivan1087 9 heat pts
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 tweedle- said:
Carrying food right? Enough food to eat for how ever long they are gone?

They DONT HAVE 400 dollars. 400 dollars to you and me might not seem alot, but 400 dollars is probably half a years pay to them.
Forget the money. You walk!!!!


When the planes (or rockets?) hit the twin towers, only the stupid people stood around and watched.
The smart people got the f*ck outta there..........
 07-30-2006, 01:48 PM         #16
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34 youths among 56 dead in Israeli strike

QANA, Lebanon - At least 56 people, more than half children, were k!lled Sunday in an Israeli airstrike that crushed a building, the deadliest attack of the campaign against Hezbollah. U.S. Secretary of State
Condoleezza Rice decided to return early to Washington with her diplomatic mission derailed after Lebanese leaders told her not to come.

Lebanon's prime minister said his country would not talk to the Americans over anything but an unconditional cease-fire. Rice, in Jerusalem for talks with Israeli officials, said she was "deeply saddened by the terrible loss of innocent life" but stopped short of calling for an immediate end to the hostilities.

However, she made one of her strongest statements yet saying: "We want a cease-fire as soon as possible." Before news of the strike emerged, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert told Rice that
Israel would likely f!ght on for another 10 to 14 days.

The United States has resisted world pressure to call for a halt to the f!ghting, saying it wants first to ensure a deal is in place that will eliminate Hezbollah guerrillas from Israel's border and bring an international force to southern Lebanon.

The missiles struck just after 1 a.m., leveling a three-story building in Qana where two extended families, the Shalhoubs and Hashims, had taken refuge in the basement from heavy Israeli bombardment in the area. Throughout the day, rescue workers dug through the rubble, lifting out bodies dressed in colorful clothes of women and children. At one point they found a single room with 18 bodies, police said.

"Why are they k!lling us? What have we done?" screamed Khalil Shalhoub, who was helping pull out the dead until he saw his brother's body taken out on a stretcher. The dead included at least 34 children and 12 adult women, security officials said.

Israel said guerrillas had fired rockets from near the building into northern Israel.

In Beirut, some 5,000 protesters gathered in downtown Beirut, at one point attacking a U.N. building and burning American flags, shouting, "Destroy Tel Aviv, destroy Tel Aviv" and chanting for Hezbollah's ally
Syria to hit Israel.

At an emergency session of the
U.N. Security Council, Secretary-General
Kofi Annan said he was "deeply disturbed" that his previous calls for cease-fire had gone unheeded. He pointed to the Beirut protests, saying, "People have noticed (the
United Nations') failure to act firmly and quickly during this crisis."

Olmert said Israel "is not in a hurry to have a cease-fire" before it achieves its goals of decimating Hezbollah. He told Rice that Israel would need 10 to 14 more days to finish its offensive, according to a senior Israeli government official.

"We will not stop this battle, despite the difficult incidents this morning," Olmert told his Cabinet after the strike, according to a participant. "We will continue the activity and if necessary it will be broadened without hesitation."

The Lebanese government this week had put forward ideas on disarming Hezbollah and deploying an international force in the south. But after the strike, Prime Minister Fuad Saniora said any negotiations on a broader deal were off.

"We will not negotiate until the Israeli war stops shedding the blood of innocent people," he told a news conference, though he added that his government still supported the ideas it offered.

Saniora and Rice spoke by telephone after the strike, and Saniora said he told her not to make a planned trip Sunday to Beirut. Rice told reporters in Jerusalem she had called to notify him she wouldn't fly to Beirut, "because I felt very strongly that my work toward a cease-fire is really here, today."

A U.S. official later said she had decided to return home Monday morning to work on a U.N. Security Council resolution.

Israel said Hezbollah guerrillas had fired 40 rockets into northern Israel from Qana, wounding five Israelis, before the airstrike — including some rockets launched from near the leveled building.

"We deeply regret the loss of any civilian life and especially when you talk about children who are innocent," Foreign Ministry official Gideon Meir told AP. But he accused Hezbollah of "using their own civilian population as human shields" and said the military had warned people to leave the area.

The attack drew immediate condemnation from the Arab world, with Jordan's King Abdullah II voicing his strongest criticism of his Israeli peace partner yet, calling it an "ugly crime." Israel promised an investigation.

In April 1996 more than 100 Lebanese civilians were k!lled in Qana in the hills east of the port city of Tyre, in an Israeli artillery shelling of a U.N. base. The civilians had sought refuge with the U.N. to escape Israeli bombardment and the attack sparked an international outcry that helped end an Israeli offensive.

Meanwhile, Israel launched its second ground incursion into southern Lebanon. Before dawn Sunday, Israeli forces backed by heavy artillery fire crossed the border and clashed with Hezbollah guerrillas in the Taibeh Project area, about two miles inside Lebanon.

Hezbollah said eight Israeli soldiers were k!lled, while the Israeli army said only that one of its soldiers had been moderately wounded.

Heavy artillery rained down on the nearby villages of Yuhmor and Arnoun as Israeli jets were seen in the skies overhead.

The incursion came after Israeli forces pulled back Saturday from Bint Jbail, the furthest point of their first major ground incursion across the border, launched a week ago. The incursion sparked heavy f!ghting with Hezbollah guerrillas, who put up a tougher resistance than expected and appeared to still be in the area after the pullback. Bint Jbail is further west along the border from Taibeh.

The United Nations World Food Program canceled an aid convoy's trip to the embattled south, after the Israeli military denied safe passage, the group said in a statement. The six-truck convoy had been scheduled to bring relief supplies to Marjayoun.

Israel launched its a.ssault on Lebanon after Hezbollah kidnapped two Israeli soldiers in a cross-border raid July 12 and k!lled eight others in f!ghting the same day.

Some 458 Lebanese, mostly civilians, were k!lled in the campaign through Saturday — before the attacks on Qana. Thirty-three Israeli soldiers have died, and Hezbollah rocket attacks on northern Israel have k!lled 18 civilians, Israeli authorities said, correcting earlier reports of 19 civilian dead.

More than 750,000 Lebanese have fled their homes in the f!ghting. But many thousands more are still believed holed up in the south, taking refuge in schools, hospitals or basements of apartment buildings amid the f!ghting — many of them too afraid to flee on roads heavily hit by Israeli strikes.

In Qana, Khalil Shalhoub and several other residents said people were simply too terrified to take the road out of the village, which has been attacked repeatedly by rockets and bombs. Charred wreckage and smashed buildings line the roughly seven-mile road from Qana to Tyre, where a small amount of humanitarian supplies had arrived. European ships had picked up foreign citizens from Tyre's port, but there were no evacuations of Lebanese.

On Thursday, the Israeli military's Al-Mashriq radio that broadcasts into southern Lebanon warned residents that their villages would be "totally destroyed" if missiles are fired from them. Leaflets with similar messages were dropped in some areas Saturday.

A senior official in the Israeli air force said the village had been warned "several times" that it would be attacked because "hundreds of rockets have been fired from inside the village in the past two weeks, from the backyards, from the squares ... from as close as 50 to 60 (yards) from this building."

Lebanese Defense Minister Elias Murr disputed allegations that Hezbollah was firing missiles from Qana.

"What do you expect Israel to say? Will it say that it k!lled 40 children and women?" he told Qatar-based al-Jazeera TV.
 07-30-2006, 01:50 PM         #17
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 ivan1087 said:
So you walk!!!

$400 is worth much more than your life!!!!!!
Like its a 5 min walk thru the mall or something. :finger:
 07-30-2006, 01:54 PM         #18
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 ivan1087 said:
Forget the money. You walk!!!!


When the planes (or rockets?) hit the twin towers, only the stupid people stood around and watched.
The smart people got the f*ck outta there..........
Yeah cause all they gotta do is walk across the street
 11 years ago '05        #19
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there is no loss greater than the loss of life...especially the life of innocent souls...R.I.P.
 07-30-2006, 02:07 PM         #20
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