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Poll of Israeli Soldiers: Execute Terrorist or Hold & Trade For Remains?

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Submitted by Kermit J. Halperin, D.D.S. (United States), Jul 29, 2008 at 10:24

I publicly call for a poll to be taken of Israeli soldiers --

Which would you prefer:

1- That a Terrorist, convicted of killing, be released in exchange for your remains being returned to Israel.

2- That a Terrorist, convicted of killing, be executed, so that there is absolutely no chance of his release ever being exchanged for the return of your remains.

Thank you.

Kermit J. Halperin

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