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Lebanese special force profiles unveiled!

In the last week the blogospher was nagging that Israeli is killing children, womens and all kind of people except hizbu allah fighters, come on guys Israeli aren't that bad and they are defending themselves and killing Hizbu allah fighters and Lebanese Army special force and here is some photos of injured fighters and dead bodies of special force.


Age average: 4-7 years
Unit: Kinder garden special force
Favorite gun: kit-kat
lethality: very dangerous

Age average: -9 months?
Unit: fetal 007 womb
favorite gun: Womb milk
lethality: can carry up to three fetal nuclear missile

Age average: 2-4 years
Unit: Pampers and shit unit
favorite gun: Pampers Nicon LED 2007
lethality: Spy

Age average 7-10 years
Unit: Destroyed childhood 012
favorite gun: Majd Magazine
lethality: malicious

Age average 7-10 years
Unit: Sandy and Barbie's unit
favorite gun: girly comb 29
lethality: spreading love and care

Age average 4-8
Unit: village youth football team
favorite gun: a football
lethality: healthy

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