There will be no peace until we stand up to Israel. Every kid there has to join the army to be trained in fanaticism and terror. That culture, all they understand is bombs and violence. See how they push for WW3 to draw in the whole world. What does it have to do with America? Who could even find these places on a map? Except that US taxpayers must pay in dollars and blood for Israel's wars: Read the last line carefully for the proof: According to him, "every bomb that falls over our heads is an attack on democracy, on the European Union and on America." ----------------------------- Source: Haaretz Service Published: August 10, 2008 Author: For Education and Discussion Only. Not for Commercial Use. Jewish Georgian Minister Temur Yakobshvili on Sunday praised the Israel Defense Forces for its role in training Georgian troops and said Israel should be proud of its military might, in an interview with Army Radio. "Israel should be proud of its military which trained Georgian soldiers," Yakobashvili told Army Radio in Hebrew, referring to a private Israeli group Georgia had hired. Yakobashvili, Georgia's minister of reintegration, added that this training provided Georgia with the know-how needed to defend itself against Russian forces in the clashes which erupted last last week in the separatist region of South Ossetia. Yakobashvili said that a small group of Georgian soldiers had able to wipe out an entire Russian military division due to this training. "We killed 60 Russian soldiers just yesterday," said Yakobashvili. "The Russians have lost more than 50 tanks, and we have shot down 11 of their planes. They have enormous damage in terms of manpower," Yakobashvili warned that the Russians would try and open another battlefront in Abkhazia and he denied reports that the Georgian army was retreating. "The Georgian forces are not retreating. We move our military according to security needs." "There was no attack on the airport in Tbilisi. It was a factory that produces combat airplanes," said Yakobashvili referring to the attacks in the country's capital. "The whole world is starting to understand that what is happening here will determine the future of this region, the future price of crude oil, the future of central Asia, and the future of NATO," the Georgian minister added. According to him, "every bomb that falls over our heads is an attack on democracy, on the European Union and on America."