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Sedu:

I would agree with you on the point of caging such people, but you must understand how their culture works over there and how their legal system operates.

They do not have the money for prison states like the US does. So they can not keep the numbers of that we the US can keep for years upon years. As such, like in Iraq. Prisoners are released within a few months to a year, as the local governments can not afford a prison population... a population which would be too weak from starvation and kept from exercise in a cell... a population too sickly from bad food and other issues attributed to 3rd world nation prisons.

The world over is turning away from the death penalty for most any crime... this compounds the issue. How might you ask?

In the US we spend more money to execute someone, rather than to lock them up for life. The initional trial, the first appeals and then six additional appeal attempts. This simply isn't done in any other nation, if you are to be executed... chances are that you are taken out back and shot after the conviction and sentencing.

Remember that the world over is turning away from the death penalty... a penalty that is proven not to deter violent criminals from committing violent acts. It deters us, non violent people from committing murder and other violent acts.... because we have something to lose.

Terrorist have little to nothing left to lose, that is why the worlds most effective terrorist are suicide bombers, are bombers who are willing to trade their lives for the target. The second most effective terrorist is someone who is driven by a belief that they are right and you are wrong, but doesn't trade their lives immediately, such as McVeigh.

As such, what can you do with these people when you have no death penalty, no means of keeping them locked up and no hope of rehabilitating their minds? Answer is that you let them loose onto the street and they likely will strike again.

Don't like this fact, then we the richest nations on the Earth will have to lower our standard of living and rise the rest of the world until we find a happy medium... and then start all over with competing with each other. (unlikley to happen.)

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The wild animal Muslim terrorist who blew up the Israeli bus in Bulgaria. Captured, released, captured, released, etc. -- at some point the world needs to end political correctness and simply cage dangerous animals.

wikipedia.o rg/wiki/Mehdi_Ghezali

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Israel has accused Iran of ordering a fatal bomb attack on an Israeli tour group in Bulgaria, in which at least six tourists were killed and 33 injured, three critically.

A group of about 200, mostly young Israelis, travelling with the Kavei Chufsha tour company had just flown into the country and were being driven to their hotels in a convoy of three coaches when the explosion hit one of them in the Black Sea city of Burgas, 250 miles (400 kilometres) east of the capital, Sofia.

The bomb was detonated not far from Burgas airport, said Dimitar Nikolov, the city's mayor. At least 40 people were on board when it exploded. Little more than an hour after the attack, the Israeli prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu issued a veiled threat to Tehran in a brief statement holding it responsible for the attack.

"Iran is responsible for the terror attack in Bulgaria, we will have a strong response against Iranian terror," he said.

The attack comes days after a 24-year-old Lebanese man affiliated with Hezbollah was arrested in Cyprus on suspicion of planning a terror attack targeting Israeli tourists, based on evidence provided to local police by Israeli intelligence.

The man was found with information on tour buses carrying Israeli passengers, a list of Cypriot tourist spots favoured by Israel tourists and details of Israeli airlines that fly into Cyprus, Greek newspaper Phileleftheros reported.

"Based on the modus operandi of Hezbollah and Iranian agencies, including the Revolutionary Guard, I think a clear trademark connects today's attack with those elements," said Boaz Ganor, executive director at the Institute for Counter-Terrorism in Herzliya.

This month's consecutive attempts – one thwarted and one successful - on Israeli targets abroad follows attacks on Israeli diplomatic targets in India, Georgia and Kenya in February this year. Iran has spoken of its "open war" on Israel.

"In February, the same groups were identifiable by their trademarks – magnetic bombs stuck to the bottom of diplomatic cars. This same method has not necessarily been used in today's attack, but we are seeing the same technique of simultaneously planned attacks," said Ganor."I would definitely not underestimate the threat of further attacks. There may well be terror units in different countries with similar contingency plans to attack Israeli tourists in the near future."

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LOL Fun! ;)...

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I'm laying 2:1 odds that Robert's last name is really Hill and he misspelled it when creating his profile. Sedu, you want any part of that bet?

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Sedu?

LOL

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Sedu: My statement was about the admin excluding Isreal.

To make nice with the mid-east and to suck more oil out if them at a faster rate, the US can destroy any value those nations have to offer in relations to oil. Now if they have metals, there isn't much that can be done about that... But for china to consume those.

Where Isreal falls into play here is the bitch boy until the mid-east oil is depleted.

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Robert,

I can appreciate your post, though I disagree with it.

Did you have anything to contribute to the actual post that I made about the current administration excluding Israel from this anti terrorist committee?

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Robert, it's Sed, not Sud :)

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Sud:

Understand, the more friendly we are with the mid-east... The more oil we suck from them, the more dependent the drug supplier becomes to the drug user, and the faster the supplier runs out if the drug and will have no means if buying flashy toys... So the majority of those mid-east nations will fall apart.

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