Attacks making life harder in Lebanon
BEIRUT, Lebanon -- The price of food, medical supplies and gasoline rose by as much as 500 percent in parts of Lebanon on Thursday as Israel's relentless bombardment destroyed roads, bridges and other supply routes.
"Real suffering has started," Acting Interior Minister Ahmed Fatfat told The Associated Press.
500,000 refugees, who knows how many dead, civilian infrastructures being destroyed... I think it's pretty damned one sided junglejake. Imagine if some country told us to control our gang violence in our inner cities or they were going to bomb and invade us, would that make any more sense than whats going over there?