Rabbinical courts to stop automatically placing financial burden on divorced fathers.02:39 02.12.15 | 0 comments
When a person spies for the enemy, then he's considered a traitor and often pays with his own life. Of course, the side that handles such a spy considers him a hero. That's just the way it is whether we're talking about Mosab Yousef or Jonathan Pollard. Countries don't usually take into account why a person decided to spy for the other side - even if he had noble motives. Every talkbacker should be honest with themselves and answer one simple question: Would you consider someone from your own country a hero if he spied for your enemy? Of course not, so please stop shedding your alegator tears for this lost soul!