Linda Grant too has got in on he act, for act is what it is, and she is urging all to "wait-and-see" what a full investigation comes up with. She also placed a comment under the same post as Deborah had. It's here:
People will believe what they want to believe, according to the beliefs they already hold. You may think that 'the IDF is the most moral army in the world' or that Hizbollah are 'a people's resistance movement fighting to overcome occupation.' Either way, you're willingly swallowing propaganda and those who do are in for a disappointing let-down.So does Linda believe one of these? This tallies with an earlier stated position of Linda Grant's that she learned from Amoz Oz, "there is no objective truth." How convenient for zionists. Let's look at those two statements again:
the IDF is the most moral army in the worldand
Hizbollah are 'a people's resistance movement fighting to overcome occupation.'But whilst many clearly want to believe that the Israeli army (even "IDF" is a lie) is the most moral army in the world, no one truly believes it. No one. Now Hizbullah arose from among the people and the ashes of Israeli occupied south Lebanon. Drawing support from local people they resisted Israeli occupation and the recent war was triggered by Hizbullah's solidarity action in capturing two Israeli soldiers. People don't just believe this because they want to but because it is so. There are many people who desperately don't want to believe it. But who are they going to believe, their own zionist propagandists or their own eyes?