Sorry, Don Camillo, but Barghouti's a killer - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Joe Sittizen
    • 22.10.07 | 21:56 (IST)

    Sorry Don Juan Camillo, but the law says (and not just in Israel) that anybody who orders people to go out and murder is also guilty of murder. Barghouti may be a charismatic leader to the Pals, but he's nothing but a scumbbag thug by western standards. Barghouti probably still thinks is ok to go out and kill Israeli citizens no matter what the situation. Barghouti believes the big Palestinian lie that anything they do is their "legitimate right to resist the occupation". Nothing is further from the truth. Killing Israeli civilians is not just against Israeli law, it's against international law. It's not legitimate. It's not a right. It's a crime. Amnesty and HRW both call it war crimes. Barghouti can rot in jail for the rest of his miserable life. Just like his fellow scumbag Yigal Amir. They are both convicted murderers.

    from the article: News / Rightists launch video campaign to free Rabin killer Yigal Amir
    First published 00:00 21.10.07 | Last updated 00:00 21.10.07
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