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    • Akram Malik
    • 23.08.06 | 02:31 (IDT)

    It appears, I regret to say, Israeli government fails to learn from history. Arresting, assassination , abducetion of political leaders and their humilation will not bring peace. On the contrary, it will have exactly the opposite effect. UK did exactly the same thing in India and elsewhere, only they had the decency to treat the arrested leaders with dignity they deserved. Leaders from Ghandi down, were jailed, but finally the British had no choice but to talk to the very same leaders and hand the power over to them. The same happened in South Africa. Bringing the Speaker of Palestinian Parliment is shakles, or triming his beard, only shows, how shallow and mean one could become, just like the Nazis had done to the Jews. Why go to the charade of the Military Court, just go and hang the man, if this will solve any thing. Akram

    from the article: IDF court charges Palestinian parliament speaker with membership in outlawed organization
    First published 00:00 22.08.06 | Last updated 00:00 22.08.06
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