Funny quote of the day:
“It is Hizbollah, which is deliberately preventing the transfer of medical aid and food to the population of southern Lebanon in order to create a humanitarian crisis, which they want to blame Israel for.” – Avi Pazner, Israeli government spokesman
A father left his wife and five kids in the safety of their home in the southern village of Numeiriyah. He went out to get them bread to eat. Israel bombed the house. The mother and her five kids were killed in the blast.
The border between Lebanon and Syria was targeted with three raids. The holes created on both sides of the highway are about 3 meters deep.
A second mass grave was filled today with the remains of Lebanese civilians (many children) who were pulled from under the rubbles of Tyre (Sour). It took three days to get some of the bodies out.
Jiyeh petroleum storage tanks are still on fire. They were hit during the first days of the aggression. An amount of petroleum found its way into the sea to the shores of Beirut. Now Ramlet al Bayda (Arabic for white sand) beach in Beirut is black.
A truck carrying potatoes was targeted. Lebanese avoid driving near trucks these days as well as avoiding routes that have bridges.
Those who have to move around paint TV on the upper part of their cars or vehicles. I have not figured this out yet. Since the press, the Red Cross, humanitarian help, convoy of civilians forced to flee have all been hit in the past.
NassrAllah made a televised speech. It was widely broadcasted.
Maroun al Rass and Bint Jubeil are still being heavily bombed.