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    • Neil Fiertel
    • 02.07.07 | 19:55 (IDT)

    Vanunu is a traitor and ingrate and despicable. His deplorable biting of the hand that nurtured him smacks of self hatred. I suspect that Israel has nuclear capabilities. He did not in any way make that more evident to me but the fact that he turned his back on his nation and his people to spread whatever he knew against sworn secrecy documents that he no doubt had to sign makes him nothing more than a traitor and traitors as far as this non Israeli person is concerned deserves incarceration for life. A child that murders his mother is no different. Israel was his mother and he tried to murder her. End of story. It is too bad, Israel ever let him out of prison. He should be there doing penance to the disservice he did for the country that would have given its life FOR him had he been a loyal person. He is everything destestible and not because he does not believe in a nuclear option but that he chose the path he to go against a sworn oath to his nation. Traitor..traitor!

    from the article: Vanunu to return to prison for violating the terms of his parole
    First published 00:00 02.07.07 | Last updated 00:00 02.07.07
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