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Prisoner released

Oct 19, 2011 03:09

Let me address both comments above:

Sandy, if it were you kidnapped I am sure you would wish your country to do everything they can to set you free. Are you also sure that every single person imprisoned by Israel is a terrorist, Or do you think the word terrorist is subjective? Do you think that the little Palestine boy or girl who's house crumbled at the attack of an Isreali tank or who's parents were killed did not think the soldiers driving the tank a terrorist?

Sandford: I cannot begin to explain how offensive your comment is in so many ways. It seems you would rather take steps backwards than progress in the world today. The fact conflicts as such still occur in such an aggressive way is beyond me, yet it seems you would prefer for it to continue and would prefer for the death penalty to be a common activity. Think again.


One Good Man

Submitted by Sandy Kramer, Oct 13, 2011 02:07

It may be heartless on my part, but I have to question whether one good (Israeli) man is worth the relase of 1,000 evil (Islamic) terrorists...


Cabinet approves deal with Hamas

Submitted by Sanford Aranoff, Oct 11, 2011 21:21

This action violates the Jewish religion, which forbids payment of excessive ransom. I expect massive protests by religious Jews worldwide.

A decade or so ago Israel did the same evil thing, releasing 1000 prisoners including those with blood on their hands. This was the start of the Intifada.

Israel must reinstitute the death penalty, and mandate quick executions, not very drawn out as is the case in the U.S.

Israel is acting irrationally, as she did with leaving Gaza. See the new book Rational Thinking, Government Policies, Science, and Living. Rational thinking starts with clearly stated principles, continues with logical deductions, and then examines empirical evidence to possibly modify the principles.


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