2 thoughts on “Kidnapped IDF Soldier’s Brother: Talk to Hezbollah – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. You are delusional if you think that negotiating will bring anything more than more violence. Not to mention that Nasrallah demands the release of child killer Samir Kuntar.

    A prisoner swap only encourages more violence.

  2. Either you’re a liar or ignorant of recent Mideast history. In the past few years alone, there have been two prisoner swaps one of which was negoatiated by Ariel Sharon. Neither one, including the one Sharon negotiated with Hezbollah, “encouraged more violence.”

    In the one case where the Israeli government refused to negotiate & attempted to free the hostage by force (under Rabin’s government), the IDF soldier was killed.

    I find the idea of freeing Sami Kuntar odious & if there were any way to conclude negotiations for the release of Regev & Goldwasser w/o freeing Kuntar, I would do it. But if my only choice to get the two soldiers back was releasing Kuntar, I would do it in a heartbeat.

    Can you tell me in all sincerity that you would be willing as PM to personally tell the families of the two hostages that you simply refuse to bring about their release because you will not release Kuntar? And what would you expect that families response to you would be?

    Disagree with me fine. But you should also grapple w. Brad Burston in Haaretz, who wrote Free the Monster Kuntar.

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