A Soldier Kidnapped
A few thoughts on the inflaming middle east.
-Israel/Palestine IS a battlefield, it IS a war zone, and YES, It is legal to act upon that towards military personnel.
-The major objection is not the actual action of kidnappig the soldeir, rather, what will that benefit the cause of the palestinian people?have the kidnappers ever asked themselves that?
-When Israel is fighting through its army, I think it's only fair to respond against this army.
-Things get out of hand, when these people mix things up and start blowing up malls, and nightclubs.
-All of the above does not in any way, imply that I support any of these actions, any kind of killing, torture, injustice towards any HUMAN BEING is immoral, and unjustified. that was just me using the "war" logic.
So, basically, the major corner stones in Hizbulla's success in Southern Lebanon was the overly successful operations to kidnap Israeli soldeirs from the occupied strip and have prisoner exchanges, that was the main reason why Barak decided to pull back.
Gilad Shalit, is now a prisoner of war, and he is entitled to all the rights of a prisoner of war, and most importantly keeping him alive, away from torture and humiliation.
Although a lot of what Hamas has done through the years is ligitimtly called "Terrorism", this is one of the few things that dont fit in that category... although they fit into another category, "Moronic".