Everybody in the world is to blame except for vanunu himself - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • zionist forever
    • 23.05.10 | 12:43 (IDT)

    It doesn't matter if you consider Vanunu a hero or a traitor the fact is he broke the law and just because he doesn't like the laws doesn't mean he has a right to break them and. As happens everywhere you break the law your punished for it. Vanunu had certain restrictions placed on him in exchange for his parol and he constantly breaches them and is puished for it he condemns everybody from world leaders, the UN and world religions for allowing him to be sent back to prison. As for his little speech about israel having nukes that has nothing to do with him breaching the terms of his parol and going back to jail for 6 months as a result. Whilst he is complaining about the fact he is being sent back to jail the courts offered him community service in west Jerusalem but Vanunu said he refused to do any community service in any jewish parts of Jerusalem and chose to go back to jail.

    from the article: 'Shame on you, democracy,' Vanunu yells as he returns to prison
    First published 12:11 23.05.10 | Last updated 12:11 23.05.10
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