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May An American Criticize Israeli Stupidity

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Submitted by Jerry Greenberg (United States), Jul 28, 2008 at 15:52

This article is an excellent rebuttal to Yoram Schweitzer, a so called"counter terrorism " expert who feels Israel is dutybound to rescue Israelis (or their bodies) who fall into enemy hands. But does this imperative apply to those who fall into friendly hands, such as Jonathan Pollard who is still rotting in an American jail after more than 20 years?

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