Israel continues its assault on strictly military targets linked to Hezbollah in Lebanon:
Lebanon's Minister of Social Affairs has accused the Israeli army of targeting food warehouses and factories during their week-old bombing campaign. Ms Nayla Moawad told Radio Netherlands that the destruction of the food production facilities was an example of the disproportionate force being used by Israel.
"Yesterday, a big food factory was destroyed in the Beka'a valley, and a Proctor and Gamble milk processing factory in the south was also bombed," says Ms Moawad.
"We're wondering if we're even going to be able to eat after all of this."
According to Minister Moawad, Israel is systematically destroying the country's infrastructure, including the agriculture industry.
She obviously doesn't understand just how critical strong bones and teeth are to Hezbollah's military success. Then again, she may be mistaken, since ABC reports that the warehouse stored canned goods, soap, and shampoo:
One warehouse just south of Beirut airport was still smoldering when we visited today. It's a Proctor and Gamble warehouse housing canned goods, soap and shampoo — all of which now sit scattered in the ruins.
The point remains, though: only a fool would believe that Hezbollah can continue to capture Israeli soldiers with dirty hands and unmanageable hair.