Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Golan Heights Wines Assailed by Katyusha Rockets

by Nadene Goldfoot
I'm interested in Israel wines, which come from the Golan Heights that lies very close to the border of Lebanon.

Right now Hezbollah has been firing rockets into Israel from Lebanon.

Yesterday they fired a Katyusha rocket into Israel and the UN Interim forces in Lebanon (UNIFIL) discovered 4 more rockets close to the launch site, 3 of which were already in the launching position. Yesterday's katusha was the 9th launched since 2006.

Hezbollah is being armed by Iran. They fund and train people. They're arming the terrorists with anti-tank missiles, rocket-propelled grenades, artillery rockets and other weapons besides giving them about $200 million annually. they train operatives as well as about 3,000 terrorists in the Iranian military camps.

By a quirk, a Hezbollah operative's home was the place where an explosion occurred this month.

The terrorists are building a military infrastructure in the midst of their civilian population south of the Litani River. They openly are threatening the UNIFIL and interfering with their mandate. They violate all sorts of rules. It's a clear violation of the United Nations Security Council resolution 1701. Southern Lebanon is occupied by terrorism. The UN is disregarding this, it appears as they are too busy attacking Israel.

While we've been concentrating on the Gaza eruptions, Lebanon has been building bunkers, building weapons caches and holding paramilitary exercises south of the Litani River. They have stockpiled more than 40,000 artillery rockets.

Israel is trying to maintain a normal life and develop a wine industry in this area. Lebanon can only think of destruction.
They don't drink such things as wine.

Resource: The Israel Project: Hezbollah fires rocket into Israel: Iran-backed militants continue to arm in defiance of UN resolution .

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