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Terrorist Politicians

Reader comment on item: Don't deal with terrorists

Submitted by Robert Willis (United Kingdom), Jan 25, 2006 at 12:04

Should the 'Palestinians" elect terrorists to form their government, they will (or should) learn that you reap what you sow. The civilised world should unite behind the phrase, 'We do not negotiate with terrorists', and the PA should be internationally isolated and jizya should refuse to be paid.

Since ... contribute nothing to any society (except death and destruction), they will quickly face economic turmoil. The international community (if there is such an entity) should clearly tell the 'Palestinians' that a civilised society does not elect a government whose mandate is to eliminate another country and should you do so, you will suffer the consequences until you change your mentality, behaviour and choose to live in the 21st century at peace with your neighbours.

And should innocent Israelis continue to be shredded alive by barbaric and savage actions sanctioned by the PA/HAMAS organisation, Israel should accept such attacks as an act of state-sponsored war and respond with overwhelming self-protectional force.

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