Ministers spar over ‘apologetic’ IDF statement on terror tunnel destruction 

Source: Ministers spar over ‘apologetic’ IDF statement on terror tunnel destruction – Israel Hayom

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12 Comments on “Ministers spar over ‘apologetic’ IDF statement on terror tunnel destruction ”

  1. joopklepzeiker Says:

    The mental sickness is crawling into Israel to, apologizing for killing Jew killers the madness .
    It is like saying thanks for the free entrance of hitlers gas chambers !


  2. Deep a little deeper and guess who’s the snake in the woodpile…

    Iran relationship with al-Qaeda revealed in newly-released trove of bin Laden documents

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/11/01/iran-relationship-al-qaeda-revealed-newly-released-trove-bin/

    I’m sure a lot more will come out with this enormous document dump from Bin Laden’s palace in Pakistan. Iran is definitly behind all the bad players. No surprise here. This dump will certainly confirm everyone’s suspicions. Meanwhile, the war with Iran wages on and on and on.

    • joopklepzeiker Says:

      Trump Calls for Death Penalty for Uzbek Man Charged in NY Attack
      http://freebeacon.com/national-security/trump-calls-death-penalty-uzbek-man-charged-ny-attack/


      • “Capital punishment is not in force in the State of New York. The last execution took place in 1963, when Eddie Mays was electrocuted at Sing Sing Prison. The state was the first to adopt the electric chair as a method of execution, which replaced hanging. Following the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling declaring existing capital punishment statutes unconstitutional in Furman v. Georgia (1972), New York was without a death penalty until 1995, when then-Governor George Pataki signed a new statute into law, which provided for execution by lethal injection.

        In June 2004, the state’s highest court ruled in People v. LaValle that the state’s death penalty statute violated the state constitution, and New York has had an effective moratorium on capital punishment since then. Subsequent legislative attempts at fixing or replacing the statute have failed, and in 2008 then-Governor David Paterson issued an executive order disestablishing New York’s death row. Legislative efforts to amend the statute have failed, and death sentences are no longer sought at the state level, though certain crimes that fall under the jurisdiction of the federal government are subject to the federal death penalty.”

        Hopefully, this is one of those ‘certain crimes’ that fall under the jurisdiction of the feds. – LS


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