Israel is soul-searching, not over the Lebanese dead, but over why they didn't do better attacking Hezbollah. Israel's war has pushed the usually tolerant Lebanese to become supporters of Hezbollah. The Lebanese are ignoring Israel's warning not to return to their homes.
An Egyptian blogger mocks her government's frantic balancing act on the world stage, another wonders what it will take to activate the Egyptian people's outrage.
Iran and Syria are pleased with Hezbollah and the rest of the Islamic world watches.
Hannity denies he suggested nuking Hezbollah...but then agrees with the idea.
Update: Greenwald discusses why bombing away terrorism will not work:
...George Will makes a critical (if not obvious) point about all of that: namely, despite the fact that Bush followers spent the week crowing about the U.K. terror plot as though it validates their views of the world, it actually does the opposite. We can't rid the world of Islamic extremism (a belief system) or terrorism by bombing it away. Will thus points out that the way in which the plot was thwarted demonstrates the foolishness of warmongering as a solution to terrorism, and the correctness of the anti-terrorist approach advocated by Democrats...