Several issues stand in the way of an agreement, including Turkish demands of unfettered access to the Gaza Strip, and Hamas activity in Turkey.17:16 11.02.16 | 0 comments
I feel it would be only fitting to give Bishara the same treatment that his heroes Assad and Nasrallah would give a prisoner. There is the story of the poor Arab Canadian who was "mistakenly" sent by Canada to Syria. Reports of inhumane treatment and torture were reported. The Canadians actually apologized for putting him in Syrian hands. Since Bishara considers Syria a fair and democratic state, then maybe he would be happy with the treatment handed out by the Syrians to their political prisoners. If this is not to his liking then he can choose the Hezbollah treatment from a menu of incarceration styles. Israel, emulating Nasrallah's treatment of Israeli captives, could lock him up in a room, far from the media, even further from the Red Cross and let him rott. Olmert could go onto his private television station and humiliate the Arab population and laugh off the requests of the "Red Crystal" to visit the prisoner. Bishara should live by his own standards.