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Wednesday, August 30, 2006

France Is Holding Out On Us!

So, France can only send 2000 troops to Lebanon as part of peace-keeping forces, but they can spare hundreds of additional soldiers to rebuild bridges in that very same country. What is the matter with them?

BEIRUT, Lebanon - Dozens of French soldiers arrived Sunday to help the Lebanese army rebuild bridges that were destroyed or damaged by Israeli airstrikes during the 34-day fighting between Israeli forces and Hezbollah guerrillas.

The soldiers, who are not part of the expanding U.N. peacekeeping force in Lebanon known as UNIFIL, will go first to Damour, a coastal town south of Beirut, before heading to other areas in southern Lebanon.

French military planes brought 120 soldiers Sunday and another 120 were due later in the day. They are expected to remain in Lebanon for at least six weeks, said Lt. Philip Toroller, an officer of the French military mission based at the French Embassy in Beirut.

"They are here to help the Lebanese army in constructing about 15 bridges across Lebanon," Toroller said.
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Blogger Richie McWhite said ... (Wednesday, August 30, 2006 12:10:00 PM) : 

There must be cheese in them bridges.


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