Oct182011UncategorizedThough his freedom came with a price, there is not a dry eye in Israel today. Share this:FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditEmailPrint Related Category: UncategorizedBy The Jerusalem ConnectionOctober 18, 20112 Comments Author: The Jerusalem Connection Post navigationPreviousPrevious post:Gilad Schalit finally arrives home in Mitzpe HilaNextNext post:Noam Schalit: Gilad's conditions were harsh, improved laterRelated Posts‘Nuremberg Had No Precedent, Too’February 28, 2023Red Alert: How Can YOU Protect Unborn Life in Israel?February 6, 2023Red Alert: What is happening in the White House Press Room?January 24, 2023The Gentle Voice of LoveJanuary 24, 2023Bible Fiber #51: Malachi 3:6-12January 19, 2023Red Alert: Can I Help Combat Antisemitism in Public School Curriculum?January 10, 2023
I like what Jim Hutchens said, if Hamas kidnaps any more Israeli soldiers, Israel should demand his release within 24 hours, or 1000 convicted terrorists will meet their Allah. They want to be martyrs anyway.
I agree with what Jim Hutchens said also. We should NEVER try to make peace with anyone that kidnaps another person ever! They intend to do them harm, and anyone like that should get just what they deserve. I wish Americans would all think this way….we would have less crime than we do now. Murderers, rapists, would know that the courts truly mean business.
Never should anyone be convicted on just one witnesses’ testimony though. The Bible states that there should be two or more, and I believe God intends it to be so.