Saniora: Kana strike is impossible to forgive

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 1, 2006 07:57

 
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Lebanese Prime Minister Fuad Saniora has rejected Israel's apology for the killing of civilians in Kana, saying that it would be impossible to forgive the attack which "was carried out intentionally," it was reported on Tuesday morning Saniora also accused Israel of "forging the footage" with showed rockets being fired fro the area. In an interview with A.B.C television network, Saniora praised the part that Hizbullah played I the withdrawal of IDF troops from southern Lebanon and refused to point the finger at the guerilla movement for the IDF's bombardment of his country. He called on Washington to press Israel for an immediate ceasefire.

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