In the Daily Star today:
Israeli warplanes committed their “most intensive” violations of Lebanese airspace since the July-August war on Tuesday, conducting mock raids over Beirut and several other parts of the country.
But what I would like to see happen is this:
France, which currently leads the UN peacekeeping force in South Lebanon, has said it might open fire on intruding aircraft.
That would be definitely interesting, because if it is not just a verbal show of force to win the hearts and mind of the fellow francophone nation(which what it is likely to be), it could signal some rifts in the Franco-American ill-defined relationship.