PABLO B: Are you referring to Samir Kuntar THE MURDER! - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Aryeh
    • 14.07.06 | 21:39 (IDT)

    Pablo, Israel released thousands of Lebanese prisoners from Israeli jails following the supposed "end" of the conflict with Israel. There were, however, a few prisoners who were guilty of disguisting, descpicable acts of COLD BLOODED MURDER that remained in prison. One of these was Samir Kuntar, who snuck across the border and broke into a house in Naharia (inside "green Line" Israel, not that it matters to Hezbollah) and MURDERED IN COLD BLOOD an entire family. Nations can forgive soldiers,"freedom fighters", political operatives and even "anti-occupation millitants", but NO COUNTRY in their right mind would free a mass-murderer like Kuntar. It would be the equievelant of the USA saying "well, the war in Iraq is going pretty well...I suppose we should just be nice guys and release Zarqawi and Bin Laden and call the whole thing a draw"...Not a chance....Keep dreaming you ill informed distorter of the truth.

    from the article: Caught with its pants down
    First published 00:00 14.07.06 | Last updated 00:00 14.07.06
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