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Samir Kuntar - well fed?

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Submitted by Daniel (United Arab Emirates), Jul 22, 2008 at 01:29

Samir Kuntar doesn't look like he's missed any meals. Doubtless he enjoyed fine, nourishing cuisine and treatment above and beyond "humane" while held by the Israeli authorities.

In many prisons around the world, inmates sleep on the floor, not on mattresses, and they receive an adequate but basic diet - mostly rice. They tend toward the lean side, whereas Kuntar could be an understudy for the Michelin Man.

What a disgrace.

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