Instead, a disgusted world secretly wants these terrorists to get what they deserve. And who knows: This time they just might.Aside from a bit of Kofi baable that is receiving the attention which it deserves, remarkably little is being said about Israel's actions. There has been some jabber from the usual suspects on the left, but on the whole there has been nothing that could be construed as meaningful opposition to Israel's actions.
As we watch Israel methodically destroy Hizbollah in Lebanon we should give some consideration as to the probable result of the application of the same methods on a wider scale in Ira[n]/q. My apologies for the error.
UPDATE: Just ran accross an article by Michael Ledeen in which he summarizes the opportunity created by the crisis"
Now is the time to tell our soldiers in Iraq that “hot pursuit” is okay, that the terrorist training camps on both sides of Iraq are legitimate targets, to be attacked in self-defense. Now is the time to tell the Iraqi government to come forward with the abundant evidence of Iranian evil-doing, and that we will support a fight against the mullahs’ foot soldiers in Iraq. These actions will signal the next stage of the war against the terror masters, which is the vigorous support of the pro-democracy forces in Syria and Iran.[h/t]CF
It is a wondrous window of opportunity. As so often in our history, it was opened by our enemies. Let’s go for it.
Now, please. It may not open again for quite a while.