Friday, May 11, 2007

Update on the two Israeli held soldiers


By ZEINA KARAM, Associated Press Writer

BEIRUT, Lebanon - Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah said Sunday there has been progress in negotiations to free two Israeli soldiers whose abduction by the militant group sparked a 34-day war in Lebanon last summer.

[...]Last month, Nasrallah's deputy said there were "serious" U.N.-mediated negotiations to secure a prisoner swap involving the captive Israeli soldiers. But so far there have been no results.

"It is on the way to be solved," Nasrallah said in the interview. "It's just a matter of time."


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Well well well, if it isn't the two Israel captive soldiers residing at the Hezbollah hotel... It's been 9 months, a child should be born by now! No information have been provided about those two soldiers, until now, and the information aren't still that clear. They have been even thought to be dead! A war has been started to retrieve those two soldiers back, so I am crossing my fingers for the prisoners swap to work out, because we'll at least have a slight reason to give some sort of an excuse for that bloody (to be remembered but no repeated) war that happened between Hezbollah and Israel during July 2006.

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