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Comment by Anonymous
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 It's also official American policy.  So what's your point?

Oh *I* get it, it's "those nasty Jews" again, right?


Comment by Lola Flores
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 I guess it went unnoticed to you that Mr. Lendman is himself "a nasty little Jew" -  You asses can't even troll properly!


Comment by Anonymous
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 Regardless, the fact is tha the US has the same EXACT policy, but this articles is about those "dirty Jews".  OMG, "those dirty JEWS~!"

I'm part Jew too.  I know when I see a "dirty Jews" article when I see it.

Rather than DOING SOMETHING ABOUT IT at home, all I see is yet another "Oh, those dirty Jews," article.

What does "Israeli" or "Jew" have to do with it when our OWN governemnt is dong the EXACT same thing!

 


Comment by Anonymous
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"Torture" is not what we generally thought it is.

It is in Israel where we can end our debate on "torture" as a violation of international law. We can read a mountain-pile of archaic books on international covenants on how to deal with "torture" as a violation of human rights and we would be knowledgeable but not wise enough to know that it won’t save a single innocent life killed by terrorists that are mentally programmed to deny they did it.

In the life of every Israelite in Israel, terror is food for thought that Jews eats and sleeps with everyday: Sniper shots for breakfast, kidnapping for lunch, bombing for dinner, and negotiations as after meal sweet dish or dessert.

To prevent one more Jew from being shot dead or a busload of school children being kidnapped and held hostage or another terrorist bomb from exploding in public places killing and maiming innocent civilians, "torture" was a weapon used against captured terrorists who did it but won’t talk, for the survival of that beleaguered nation. And when "torture" forced captured terrorists to cough out or talk about what they did or what they knew, more murderous plots were uncovered and more killings aborted. That being the case, Israelites that would have been killed, have at least one more day to live … before Iran nukes Jerusalem as terror rat Mahmoud Ahmadinejad vowed he would do to wipe Israel off the map!

That’s no different from what’s happening here in the United States. We have a nation against "torture", but we know for a fact that you and I are still alive today because of "torture" allowed by law that we as a terrorist-threatened country has this commonsense to pass in Congress for our survival. We owe it to the "confession" extracted from hardened captured terrorists through "waterboarding". This is on record.

"Torture" as "absolutely prohibited" by any law – international or national – should not be taken out of context. There is no such thing as "absolute prohibition" when danger to life is imminent or the security of the state is at stake. The court of law will pierce the veil of that legal entity. Human lives and the survival of a sovereign nation as in the case of Israel and the United States, have always taken precedence over any individual’s civil right, more so if that individual has his finger on the button of a dirty bomb that would blow us up to kingdom come!

Read again this article and discover two important revelations: (a) the difficulty of balancing the pros and cons of "torture", which makes the article so long and convoluted; [b] anti-Semitic slant either triggered by poor knowledge, most likely lack of wisdom, or by just plain prejudice against Israel and its anti-terrorist policies long been established for survival.

If terrorist supremo Yasser Arafat is still alive today, he will use this article to condemn Israel, after he orders his assassin to infiltrate the Israeli borders and kill more innocent civilians.

To my rudderless libertarian colleagues whose radars on human rights are plugged on electrical emotion, liberal extremists and the radical left whose itchy fingers are at the trigger ready to fire a revolutionary shot of protest, similar articles are the reasons why they think we have the Statue of Liberty or why we celebrate the 4th of July.

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