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Re: another major explanation

Interesting point. Israel([search]) bombed the oil resevers of Lebanon([search]), which reside close to the coast (with beautiful beaches, reefs, etc.). Israel also bombed the fortresses built to keep any leaks from the oil reserves from finding access to the coast. The obvioous conclusion is that the objective was not only destroying the feul supply, but destroy lebanon's beaches and reefs, which are now covered in oil.

In addition, Israel's navy blockade is preventing any international cleanup crews from reaching the devastated sites, which have been described as bad (if not worse) than the Exxon Valdez spill.
 

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