Sources have confirmed that the exchange of prisoners and repatriation of Martyrs will take place very, very, very soon. The agreement is said to include not only Samir Quntar and the four Hezbollah fighters, but also the remains of Martyr Yehia Skaff and Martyr Dalal al-Maghribi, a female Palestinian liberation fighter who killed 39 zionist terrorists in a heroic operation in Tel Aviv in 1978 before being Martyred. The operation was called Operation Kamal `Adwan, after the Fatah leader who was killed in a terrorist raid in the Verdun area of Beirut in 1973, in which Barak had taken part disguised as a woman. The prisoners and Martyrs will likely be returned through the Naqoura crossing. Hajj Wafiq Safa will be the one in charge of handing over the two zionist terrorists and the remains of the other zionist terrorists killed inside Lebanon in the July 2006 war while on a mission to kill Lebanese women and children. The release of Quntar will not be according to the previously proposed equation whereby he would be released in return for a report on Ron Arad. Instead, the report on Ron Arad will be handed over in return for a detailed report on the fate of the four Iranian diplomats kidnapped in Beirut. In addition to the aforementioned prisoners and the two Martyrs, the remains of more than 200 Martyrs — Lebanese and Palestinian, but mostly Lebanese — including the remains of 9 Hezbollah fighters who were Martyred in July 2006, will be returned in trucks. The remains of each Martyr will be in a separate box, which will also contain detailed information on the identity of the Martyr, as well as date and place of Martyrdom. Where such information is not available, DNA testing will be conducted to know the identities of the Martyrs. But the biggest blow to the zionist terrorist entity will be the full and irreversible closure of the graveyard where the bodies of freedom fighters were routinely dumped (without proper burial arrangement) for more than 4 decades (in most cases they were carted off from Lebanon all the way to occupied Palestine to be kept as bargaining chips), after the return of the remains of all the Lebanese, Palestinian, and other Arab Martyrs buried there to the care of Hezbollah. In addition, a large number of Palestinian prisoners will also be released in the second ’round’; if ‘Israel’ does not renege on the terms of the agreement it put its signature on (like it did the last time), this will take place within the span of two weeks following the first round. Hezbollah has no obligations in this second round. Should ‘Israel’ refuse to abide by the agreement, it will give us the green light to capture more terrorists in order to secure the implementation of the unimplemented articles of the exchange deal, just as we did in July 2006. The prisoners will return. The ball is in ‘Israel’s’ court; it can do it the easy way by taking our more than generous offer, or it can take the hard way and put more of its terrorists in our custody (and we can only oblige).
In closing, a telling remark by Olmert: “their happiness humiliates us.” Indeed. Much more humiliation, and much more than humiliation, await you. You just wait.
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