Listening to Nazrallah

David Ignatius of the Washington Post had a sit-down interview with Hasan Nazrallah, a cold-blooded Hezbollah murderer, and the results are chilling: “Nothing to talk about.” Ignatius maddeningly refers to the Hezbollah war of extermination against Israel as “the horrifying dance of death between Israel and its enemies[.]” He asks: “Are there terms under which Islamic militants might agree to halt their suicide bombings?” The answer is negative, which should suggest even to a moderately intelligent observer that Israel is not exactly engaged in a war of choice — contrary to Ignatius’s metaphor — with Nasrallah and his ilk.

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