An Ol’ Broad’s Ramblings

February 19, 2007

Releasing Terrorists

Filed under: War on Terror — olbroad @ 10:29

Arab Prisoners Freed in Exchanges Committed More Terrorism, Group Says

Scores of Israelis have been killed by Palestinian terrorists who were imprisoned in Israeli jails for terrorist activity and later freed as a result of deals worked out through the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, a terror victims’ group said here.

This shouldn’t surprise anyone. Terrorists being terrorists.

Meir Indor, who heads the group, said at least 173 people have been killed since the beginning of the Palestinian uprising in September 2000 by Palestinian terrorists who were freed because they had no “blood on their hands” but later carried out more serious attacks.

I can hear the lefties now: “The Israelis “created” the terrorists.” Yeah, like they have a factory buried somewhere in Israel, with an assembly line, putting together the parts to make the slaughterers of the innocent.

Abbas Muhammad Alsayd was released from prison in 1996. In 2001 and 2002, he played a major role in three Netanya suicide bombings that claimed a total of 38 lives, including the killing of 30 mostly elderly Israelis celebrating a Passover dinner at a hotel in the coastal city.

People can make a choice. Evidently, the choices these bad guys made were detrimental to the well being of all living things.

He said the organization was mounting a campaign to try to prevent the further release of terrorists. Keeping them in prison would likely save Israeli lives and save the army the trouble and danger of having to recapture the terrorists in the future, he said.

And there are those who think we should close down Gitmo, and release the terrorists? Better to put them in front of a firing squad, and save future lives.  Wouldn’t the world be better served if the so called Human Rights types focused their concern on the innocent, instead of those who do evil?

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