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Thursday, April 28, 2005

What was Libanpost thinking??

Obviously they don't have the brains to think. The Daily Star reports,

"Earlier this week, dozens of Sidon residents reported receiving registered envelopes through Libanpost which contained a poster bearing the signature of a British firm offering a $10 million reward to any person who offers credible information regarding Arad's fate.

Sources told The Daily Star that many Sidon residents headed directly to the national post service's headquarters. Libanpost's administrators immediately reported the issue to security officials."

I wonder why the "Israelis" are pursuing this at this particular moment, knowing full well that the situation in Lebanon is quite volatile. I wonder if they actually understand the phrase "NOT now"?

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