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Tuesday, June 26, 2007

"Humanitarian demands" to release terrorists

Ma'an reports:
The formal spokesperson of the Popular Resistance Committees, Abu Mujahid, affirmed on Monday that the captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit is alive and well.

Abu Mujahid told Ma'an in an exclusive talk marking the one year anniversary of Shalit's capture that the factions holding him are determined to stick to their humanitarian demands from Israel regarding his release: the release of female Palestinian detainees, children, sick and leaders of the Palestinian factions, in addition to long-term prisoners. They reaffirmed that the Israeli government must accept these demands for Shalit to be released.


Here are some details on those female prisoners.

In this posting you can see that 15 year olds are obligated in Jihad, but to the West we are told that they are "children."

The sick get treated better in Israeli prisons than they would in PA territories.

And somehow he adds that the terror leaders and those who have blood on their hands should also be released on "humanitarian" grounds.