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"deal" [more accurately termed capitulation] a great argument for capital punishment; questions

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Submitted by Rob (United States), Oct 18, 2011 at 16:29

Exactly right; the "deal" [more accurately termed capitulation] to attain Schalit's release is the best argument for capital punishment I have ever seen.

But did Israel really do "all it can to stand by its men"? Could it have not reduced or cut off power, water, etc to gaza until he was released? Did Israel ever, much less often, make clear the total dissimilarity between a kidnap victim and convicted terrorist murderers?

Does not the release of the Israeli arabs give hamas the right of interference in internal Israeli affairs?

And this capitulation is also a great illumination of the world's fools and their media tools who call the Israeli government 'right wing.'

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