Much of my mental block (as far as you are concerned) is that I believe that Israel is not above the law. To kill a person in another country without using legal procedures (arrest, trial, etc.) is first degree murder. As long as you invite thinking, perhaps you should ask yourself: if Israel has the right to go into other countries and kill people without regard to the law, doesn't that mean they have the reciprocal right to do the same in Israel? It would seem you have a big chip on your shoulder and believe Israel is above the law. Honesty, please. By the way, the US hals a presidential directive against such killings.
Ya'alon has 'total confidence' in deputy chief, decries political attempts to harm IDF (Haaretz)
from the article: Dubai hit shows Israel won't be safer with exiled terrorists
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