A problem with "enhanced interrogation" - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • 22.01.12 | 23:38 (IST)

    I'm pretty sure that HRW doesn't make the "enhanced interrogation" distinction that the US does. In fact the US is criticized regularly for using torture, under the guise of "enhanced interrogation". I wouldn't take so lightly at the accusations directed at Hamas though, however it does seem reasonable to keep in mind that Israel is supposed to be a responsible and democratic state and as such is expected to play by the rules. It is quite sad if someone expects such a state to be held to the same standards as a terrorist group.

    from the article: Human Rights Watch reports 'serious violations' in Israel, Palestinian territories
    First published 21:20 22.01.12 | Last updated 21:20 22.01.12
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