The night was calm for the most part. At 5:50 I woke up from the sound of a bomb, but went back to sleep. Nothing out of the ordinary. Just an hour ago, a rocket fell on a suburb of Beirut – Achrafieh. Achrafieh is mostly a Lebanese Forces stronghold. IAF will claim it targeted trucks carrying rockets. The truck was not moving and was loaded with a driller. It was next to a construction site. The heroic Israelis eliminate yet another 10% of HezbAllah’s rocket stockpiles. So the official figure of HezbAllah stockpiles destroyed by air strikes stands at 50%. The official figure of HezbAllah fighters killed is… one. The official figure of Lebanese civilians killed is… around 250. That’s what they are saying. I suspect the figure is much higher, somewhere around 400-500. The situation is such that, entire families are stuck under the rubble of their houses, and they are calling with their mobile phones and leaving their number. TV stations are broadcasting their number so that if anyone is close to the area they would help them… Such is the situation in Lebanon. Such is not the situation for HezbAllah, which continues firing rockets at Israel. The next time you will claim this is not a war on Lebanon, think twice. The next time you will claim this is a war on HezbAllah, think twice. The next time you will claim this is a war of targets, realize that the targets are civilians, not HezbAllah! The next time your government says its air force eliminated another 10% of HezbAllah rockets, think twice about what truth lay underneath that statement. As I write this, the same area in Achrafieh has been bombed, for the second time. The IAF will say it destroyed yet another 10% of HezbAllah rockets. 40% more to go? Olmert said one more week. Indeed. That means we are halfway through this war. Now that’s encouraging.