the thought, of passing on the details of gilad shalits kidnappers (+ the "suspects" behind, e.g. haniyeh, mashal etc) to interpol seems very reasonable and logical. interpol doesnt hunt anyone with a red notice themselves, but what nations would repeatedly ignore any red notices on people living/entering/leaving their countries ? dubai, syria are interpol-member-states - and certainly would obey the rules (?)... even if its "just for the record" to find this out, those kidnapper definitely belong on interpols lists asap, of course with picture etc... are there any objections ?
U.S. says working on initiative to de-escalate Syria fighting, with focus on Aleppo (Reuters)
from the article: Latest suspect in Dubai hit shares name with Australian-Israeli
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