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Sanctity of life vs. Sharia and life

Reader comment on item: Gilad Shalit and Doing Business with Terrorists

Submitted by Michael Hanni Morcos (Canada), Oct 18, 2011 at 17:13

To clearly see this as a grossly lopsided swap is to grasp the bigger picture- this trade was endorsed by Egyptian-Hamas,German input- Sanctity of Life is the most sacred belief that makes us Human Beings.That is where you cannot negotiate .

On the other side ,under Sharia Law,it is not only granted to Muslims,but is grossly denied to all Infidels.Until the Sanctity of Precious Lives ,Innocent Lives,is adhered to , we will always be trading ,and negotiating with Sub-Humans. Thank You.

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