Israeli girls write messages to Hezbollah on 155mm shells to be fired by Israeli soldiers towards targets in Lebanon near the northen Israeli town of Kiriyat Shmona, on Monday 17 July 2006. Israel launched more air raids on Lebanon Monday, striking Beirut's port along with dozens of other targets, killing at least 21 people and wounding 41. Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said Israel would continue to 'operate in full force' until Israel achieved its objectives against the Lebanese Hezbollah movement and the Palestinian Hamas movement.
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