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Israel Not Likely to Negotiate with Kidnappers

It is not likely that Israel will negotiate with the terrorists who kidnapped the three yeshiva boys last Thursday, according to a report broadcast on Israel’s Channel 2 TV.

Deputy Foreign Minister Tzachi Hanegbi told the interviewer on Sunday that such a scenario would be unlikely, “from all indications” thus far. A prisoner swap would not be negotiated at this time, Hanegbi said.

Likewise, Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman has said that negotiating a prisoner swap to free terrorists in an early release scenario would not be under consideration at this point, especially in light of the recent legislation approved in a first reading in the Knesset that bars such a move.

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6 Responses to “Israel Not Likely to Negotiate with Kidnappers”

  1. Those boys were innocent , maybe some persuasive interrogation is need to get people to talk. First read the Word of G-D to them.

  2. No swaps! This opens the door to more! The boys must be returned so the terrorists can avoid more punishment!
    And no 5-year wait

  3. Bob Huffman says:

    Only demonically inspired people negotiate with terrorists. Right Mr. Obama?

  4. Negotiate, get them back, then bomb the hell out of the the B….stardsj

  5. Yes, reading Torah to Muslims and Christians will end both. No? But it’s worked so well in the past. LOL

  6. They’ll talk. Pop, pop, pop. Dialogue successful.

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