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Past haunts as Olmert moves warily

By Charles A. Radin
Globe Staff / August 7, 2006

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JERUSALEM -- The ghost of Lebanon-past is stalking the leaders of Israel, according to leading political and military analysts here, who say the specter of Israel's long, fruitless occupation of Lebanese territory has made Prime Minister Ehud Olmert reluctant to do what must be done to end the death and destruction that rain daily on northern Israel. (Full article: 1062 words)

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