Israeli Colonel: ‘We don’t need Hizbullah video to draw lessons

On Saturday, Hizbullah released a video showing the capture of two Israeli soldiers, Ehud Goldwasser and Eldad Regev after a fight which the Zionist regime used as an excuse to launch 34-day attack on Lebanon. Watch David Rovics explains what really happend in a video below. David is an internationally celebrated political folks musician.

“The video (allegedly) showing the kidnapping is part Hezbollah’s psychological warfare. We didn’t need the documentation to learn the lessons we have already learned (from the war),” said Colonel Dror Platin, who served deputy chief of the IDF Galilee Division during the incident.

However, Platin believes the footage from the July 12, 2006 capture of the soldiers is genuine: “We knew most of what is seen in the video. Hezbollah men who were at the scene left a very traceable trail.”

The 34-day war became the first Israeli defeat at the hands of Arab soldiers.

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3 Responses to Israeli Colonel: ‘We don’t need Hizbullah video to draw lessons

  1. Naeem says:

    What we saw in that video was Israeli soldiers crapping their pants they should have reversed and ran in the night with their hum vies and like cowards they just froze. I don’t think israel can ever defeat hezbollah but what we need now is a force about 400,000 strong like in the ramadan war to finally crush the zionists once and for all.

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