Friday, May 09, 2003
The saga continues
I'd like to argue the heading. Israel is really just shutting out foreign enemy combatants...
The rights group Amnesty International accused Israel on Friday of trying to prevent outside scrutiny of its army after a military clamp down on foreign activists working in Gaza and the West Bank.
Well, thank goodness they are having them sign waivers. I was hoping they would do that, as these people are a danger to Israeli citizens and soldiers. Maybe when they are forced to sign a document taking responsibility for their actions, they'll stop to think about what they are about to do. Do they believe that, because they are foreigners, they can have free reign in a war zone? If that's what they believe, then they should accept whatever their fate may be.
Amnesty International can stick their accusations where the sun don't shine. Are they suddenly the experts on Israeli security? Do they honestly believe that Israelis should do nothing about "human shields", now that two people have used the cover of "activism" to roam free in Israel and kill innocents? Is it wrong for them to do everything in their power to prevent another bombing? If the terrorism were to stop, the Israelis would not have to take these drastic measures.
"There were three women there at the time," he told Reuters. "They (the soldiers) took our servers, laptops and files."
It will be interesting to see what they find. The Israelis are doing the right thing to get these goons out of the picture.
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