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Reader comment on item: The Aftermath of Attack in Gaza

Submitted by Alex (Canada), Aug 1, 2002 at 18:34

I am not a violent person, but I am convinced that organizations like Hamas continue to get away with murder, literally, because North America, Europe, and the UN let them. It time to stop pretending that we are dealing with reasonable people. These people keep saying that they are in a war and hence their killing is justified. But such killing as they are responsible for is an abomination. These are war criminals who have commed the free world into treating them like normal human beings. They are not. What is needed is more severity, not less--and not just a little more.

I recommend deporting or expelling the entire families of known terrorists. Stop short of killing and property destruction, but simply deport all those who are related to known terrorists.


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