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  1. What a disgusting article. 
    As if Noam Schalit could have been expected not to do everything in his power to free his son.
    As if the value of the freedom and wellbeing of our soldiers isn’t important.

    You know who killed Hazan?
    Nidal Amar did.

    Comment by adam42 — September 23, 2013 @ 12:38 PM

  2. must we employ those who will murder us? Are every Jew worldwide employed that we must employ the murders? PLEASE ADVISE ME SINCE IN MY WORLD, I SEE MANY JEWS UNEMPLOYED AND HUNGRY

    Comment by Yechiel Baum — September 24, 2013 @ 12:27 AM

  3. Kerry demanded and Netanyahu obeyed and gave out 5000 more permits for Palestinians to work inside Israel. Maybe one day we'll have a prime minister (even Netanyahu himself) realizing it's OK to say NO to a "friend". After all, Kerry did say NO to Netanyahu when he asked for Jonathan Pollard to be freed and sent to Israel

    Comment by Myriam Obadia — September 24, 2013 @ 6:42 AM

  4. Kerry ordered and Netanyahu obeyed and gave out 5000 more permits for Palestinians to work inside Israel. Maybe one day we'll have a prime minister (even Netanyahu himself) realizing it's OK to say NO to a "friend". After all, Kerry did say NO to Netanyahu when he asked for Jonathan Pollard to be freed and sent to Israel.

    Comment by Myriam Obadia — September 24, 2013 @ 6:55 AM

  5. A real sad story. God be with his IDF friends and the family. Whoever lured him will have to pay one day.

    Comment by Deborah Mgedzi — September 24, 2013 @ 8:22 AM

  6. Awful article, filled with hatred for those who love peace. Peace must come, but with justice. Gilad Shalit was abducted, and this was a terrible crime. Those Israelis who have been murdered are victims of terrible crimes as well. Of course it is difficult for Israelis to see this, but Palestinians too have often undergone terrible injustices, many at the hands of Israelis. Leaders must make difficult decisions sometimes. I have met Gershon Baskin personally and have corresponded with him for some time, and I believe he has the soul of a peacemaker, and will not abandon his calling as such until he helps achieve peace — with justice — for the Israeli and Palestinian people. Try not to second-guess those who are truly acting responsibly, with the best interests of the most possible people at heart. Recall that G-d said he would not destroy a place unless there were no more righteous people there. I believe that Gershon Baskin is one of the righteous.

    Comment by JohnVanDykeWilmerding — September 25, 2013 @ 2:50 AM

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