Israeli Army reservists relaxed yesterday at a coffee shop in the town of Nahariya as they prepared to be demobilized.

Many Israelis see a strategic defeat

In Israel, critics condemn strategy behind war

By Anne Barnard and Matthew Kalman
Globe Staff and Globe Correspondent / August 16, 2006

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JERUSALEM -- Scathing indictments of the way the Israeli government and its military have conducted the longest war in the nation's history filled the country's newspapers and airwaves yesterday, as Israelis began to feel safe enough to return to their national pastime of blistering political debate. (Full article: 1149 words)

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