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Originally posted by Nygdan
Interesting, but, is it really wise to make people who've plotted, bombed, and assasinated israelis into security forces? Are they really to be expected to go out and kill people who are plotting, bombing, and assasinating israelis?
Originally posted by JudahMaccabbi
THis game is all too well known. Palestinians are asked to sign commitments to desist from terrorism in order to get something on return. The Palestinians commit to this and then renege on that commitment. As an example we can take the late Sheik Ahmed Yassin. He was released from Israeli custody after pledging to refrain from supporting terrorism. He reneged on this agreement the moment he was freed.