"mendacity and dishonesty" "imprisoned for [..] ideas, for rejecting the criminal Israeli occupation" "audacity" i hear your argument that Abu Tir likely had little to do with Gilat's capture. However, he belongs to an organization that has no problem bombing buses, cafes or just about any place that's packed with Israeli civilians (preferably the jewish kind, killing muslims somehow ins't PC). I think most readers agree that Hamas' inability to cause large casualties recently reflects their logistics/political failures, and not a change of policy that maybe its not good to kill babies after all. Reading your post, you'd think that some sort of Mother Theresa was put in jail. just a bit of perspective, please ...
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