On the front page of today’s Washington Post, there’s a story about how Hezbollah was transporting Iranian “supplies” accross the Litani River now that Israel has destroyed every bridge. It reads:
They worked with precision — everyone had a job, hardly a movement was wasted.
And they worked with speed — no one knew when one of the distant sounds might signal an Israeli attack.
“It’s dangerous,” one young man said, nerves quickening his pace, as he lugged loads of bread, “but Hezbollah is strong.”
Wow, those guys are good. Maybe as part of the cease fire agreement we can get them to drop their careers in martyrdom and come over to America to work on road construction.
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