Hamas terrorists involved in kidnapping were previously released from Israeli jail

This is why there should never, ever, under any circumstances be concessions made that include the release of terrorists. I don’t care if it is to get back a kidnapped soldier, civilian, or human remains. Get them back another way. I don’t care if it is a concession to forward a peace process (like the Palestinians have ever been serious about that) or even to be an aspect of a sign on the dotted line of a completed peace treaty. Terrorists and peace don’t belong in the same sentence together. If the other side is serious about peace, they should be condemning their terrorists not calling for their release, paying them mega salaries, naming parks and schools for them, and otherwise hailing them as heroes.



4 responses to “Hamas terrorists involved in kidnapping were previously released from Israeli jail”

  1. Lynne says :

    I have mixed feelings about this. I can see doing absolutely any and everything to get back an innocent person. But, I do see the reasons not to release terrorists. The international community that supports terrorist groups, such as Hamas, ignoring their atrocities and their evil philosophy are very much guilty of supporting terrorism and harm to innocent people. The media very often subtly justifies acts of terrorism, especially if the harm is done to innocent people in Israel.

  2. israeliminx says :

    Ema, recent stats came out here about what happens when you release terrorists. We’ve released hordes of terrorists to get back 2 live humans, 2 humans we hoped to be alive but were sent back in coffins, and the bodies of two other soldiers. As a direct result of those releases, the terrorists we released have been involved in killing a further nearly 200 innocent civilians. Definitely. Not. A. Good. Trade.

  3. israeliminx says :

    Heading to prayer meeting in Kikar Rabin, Tel Aviv for return of our kidnapped children. Rabbi Lau (the youngest survivor of Buchenwald) is leading the mass prayer meeting and standing in solidarity with the families and country. It starts at 7:30 so if you can be there, come!

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