Israeli bombs have created the "most disastrous oil spill in [Lebanese] history" Because any cleanup effort must take place under IDF bombardment, very little has been done. Environment Minister Yaacoub Sarraf said:
Chances are our whole marine ecosystem facing the Lebanese shoreline is already dead. What is at stake today is all marine life in the Eastern Mediterranean.
Meanwhile, what happened in the Bekaa Valley? The IDF sent commandos in to capture "high ranking militants" from a local hospital, and instead walked away with a few Hezbollah foot soldiers. Entebbe it wasn't.
They also dropped a bomb on the hospital.
Meanwhile, back in Ottawa, the Tories prevented relatives from the el-Akhras' family, 12 of whom were killed last month by Israeli bombs, from addressing the Commons foreign affairs committee. How low can you go, Peter MacKay?