Arab Israeli Conflict
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Day 12: The weekend the war got complicated
Overwhelming reliance on air power has proved incapable of shattering the Hizbullah military infrastructure
Day 10: When it's over
When the guns fall silent, how much of long-term significance will have been achieved?
Day 7: Hizbullah still at half its strength
The ultimate resolution of the conflict will be around a table, the IDF believes, and Hizbullah won't have a seat.
Day 6: A deepening consensus behind need for action
The respect afforded Olmert in the Knesset reflects a rare degree of national unanimity.
Day 5: Nasrallah cornered but still dangerous
There's nothing like a poor quality, pre-recorded video tape for reducing one's stature.
Day 4: The air force's test
The more effective the IAF proves, the less likely a resort to heavy ground operations. Given the limitations of air power in completely halting Kassam fire from Gaza, the task is complex indeed.
Day 2: Israel at war
There are those who have branded this latest conflict a continuation of Israel's War of Independence, and there is no little truth in the assertion.
By SHARON UDASIN
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
By LEV SELMON
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
By SHARON UDASIN
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