I stumbled across former Ambassador Ed Peck on Fox News’ “Dayside” in the middle of his appearance today. It was unfortunate because the couple of minutes I watched were hilarious. Mike Jerrick seemed absolutely livid he had to listen to Peck and was openly rude to him. Peck, on the other hand, was charming, funny and kept Jerrick quite in check.
Oh yeah, Peck also gave the quote of the day: â€œWeâ€™re opposed to [a ceasefire] because we want to give Israel a chance to kill as many people as they can.â€
Thankfully, Hot Air captured a bit of the show for those who missed it.
The disturbingly graphic photographs tell only half the story: What many found more horrifying was that these civilian victims of an Israeli attack had earlier been refused shelter at a UN base. But would they really have been â€œsaferâ€ there or just luckier?
In what Kofi Annan today described as “apparently deliberate targeting by Israeli Defense Forces” of a well-known, UN observer post in Southern Lebanon, four UN peacekeepers died. Whether or not this attack was an â€œaccidentâ€ will apparently be left up to the Israelis to investigate, but the bombing recalls another incident in Israeli-Lebanese relations. A little over ten years ago, the IDF shelled a UN base at Qana, Lebanon, where 800 refugees had sought shelter. More than 100 died. Despite witness accounts to the contrary, Israel called that an accident as well.