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Of Course you are right; of course you are wrong

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

Submitted by john w mcginley (United States), Oct 20, 2011 at 16:45

Of course you are right. Of course you are wrong. On balance I admire the State of Israel to be the kind of nation which makes such a lop-sided deal which, admittedly, very well may entail tragic consequences down the line. Schalit was alive and rotting away. The victims of those terrorist murderers are in fact dead. I sense that if the dead could have advised the Netanyahu government they would all say: Do the Deal.

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