Wednesday, September 30, 2009

I say strap them with bombs that cannot be removed and send them home

The Security Cabinet decided to release 20 Palestinian women security prisoners and detainees, according to the proposal of the team responsible for negotiating the release of Gilad Shalit.

I wonder if Gilad Shalit was mentioned in the Goldstone report?

1 comment:

libertarian neocon said...

This is amazing. I thought it was bad enough when Israel released terrorists for a set of bones. Now they are just getting a videotape? The operation in Gaza should not have stopped before Schalit was released. Since Israel is being smeared by the Goldstone report anyway, it would not have lost that much additional prestige by staying a little longer and making Hamas give in on Schalit.