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Microchip The 477

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Submitted by jrpeacher (United States), Oct 18, 2011 at 17:56

If I were Commander of the IDF I would microchip the 477 murders released and follow them under the rock where they live. In a mere 477 days they would no longer be taking up space and breathing the air of freedom because of their murderous ways.

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Daniel Pipes replies:

Good idea and roughly what I hoped for in 2008 at http://www.danielpipes.org/5780/samir-kuntar-and-the-last-laugh

But that did not happen then and I doubt it will now.

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