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Hezbollah’s Deck of Cards

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posted on Sep, 16 2010 @ 07:26 PM
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Hezbollah’s Deck of Cards




a Kuwaiti newspaper reports that Hezbollah, the Iran backed group that virtually controls Lebanon, has their own deck of cards. Leaders of the group blame Israel for the assassination of two of its leaders and now want revenge. What better way to let everybody know who they are looking for than the deck of cards. According to the Al Rai newspaper, a Kuwaiti Arabic language paper, "Hezbollah sources did not mention all the names on the cards but only said that the cards include for example Meir Dagan, the Mossad Chief, Ehud Olmert, Dan Halouts, Gabby Ashkinazi and Amos Yielden."


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www.haaretz.com...

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Here is Hezbolah's new targets of Jew assassination
and include some of Israel's most influential people.
I wonder by what method those that made the list
got picked. Is Hezbollah saying that these men had
anything to do with the assassination of their leaders?
Your thoughts ????


edit on 16-9-2010 by boondock-saint because: pic add




posted on Sep, 16 2010 @ 07:58 PM
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Is Hezbollah saying that these men had
anything to do with the assassination of their leaders?


Who knows Boon ?
With the amount of stuff our leaders now consider "classified" it's very hard to seperate fact from fiction..

This "transperancy" idea aint working for me..
We seem to get told less and less.

And then if any other leader makes a comment the US doesn't like they are labeled "whack jobs" by the good ole MSN..



posted on Sep, 16 2010 @ 08:33 PM
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Originally posted by CynicalM
Who knows Boon ?
With the amount of stuff our leaders now consider "classified" it's very hard to seperate fact from fiction..

This "transparency" idea aint working for me..
We seem to get told less and less.

And then if any other leader makes a comment the US doesn't like they are labeled "whack jobs" by the good ole MSN..

ya know it's ashamed our gov thinks
we can't make decisions on our own.
We're just a bunch of lil kids
and our parents don't really care
if we play in the street.



posted on Sep, 16 2010 @ 08:42 PM
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When I was young we played in the streets with no fear,

but then that was before the Goverment decided we needed protecting.

Now we are monitored and filmed where ever we go and yet crime rates are climbing..

Ironic really.



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