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Submitted by Imran Admani, Mar 29, 2014 23:34

My condolences to Mr. Flatow!! I would not agree with you more on the article!!!


Should Israel release more "Palestiniian" prisoners?

Submitted by j Lopey, Mar 26, 2014 16:02

First off I send my condolences to Stephen Flatow. I'm sure his daughter was probably a lovely person who just wanted to live peacefully and perhaps raise a family someday. Obviously the culture of hate and the charters of HAMAS, Islamic Jihad, Hezbollah, etc. need to change or we will always have death and destruction. The culture is merely encouraging newer generations to hate just like their adult mentors. Perhaps we should look at cutting off funds from the UN which fund refugee substinance? The world is paying and bankrolling the Palestinian Authority. Perhaps we should attach conditions just we do with federal grants. I have been to Israel and everyone I spoke to inside the country (Jewish, Christian and Muslim) just wanted peace. Countries like Iran who bankroll much of the terrorism ns that part fo the world should also be dealt with. We, in the West and many countries in the Middle East are creating the generational terrorism by not condemning it sufficiently!


Should Israel release more "Palestinian" prisoners?

Submitted by SFTOBEY, Mar 26, 2014 05:22

Not just no, but HELL NO! I am so sorry for your loss, Mr. Flatow; and your reasoning in this article is spot-on. Murderers will be released to the accolades of their fellow jihadists. I cannot even begin to imagine the pain that must cause to those who have lost loved ones to these supremacist murderers. Thank you for a very wise and realistic assessment of the "benefits" of submitting to 7th century barbarians who only want death and destruction. (I'm still waiting for Benjamin Netanyahu to tell the Usurper in the White House to take a flying leap off a floating log - no more concessions.)


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