Thursday, September 11, 2014

If Convicted Arab Terrorists Want to Kill Themselves, Don't Interfere!!

I wrote my opinion about convicted Arab terrorist prisoners hunger-striking a few months ago, and my opinion hasn't changed. Israeli prison authorities should not do anything to preserve the lives of hunger-striking Arab terrorist prisoners. If they want to commit suicide, that's their decision. Yes, let them kill themselves instead of being released to kill, or attempt to kill, more Jews.  I also believe that there should be the death penalty for any Arab terrorist who even attempted to kill a Jew. Why should their lives be more precious than that of the Nazi Adolf Eichmann?

There are news reports that the convicted Arab terrorists are again planning hunger strikes.
Palestinian Arab terrorists who are serving time in Israeli jails announced onTuesday night that they will start a hunger strike on Wednesday.
The mass hunger strike is a response to the death of an Arab terrorist jailed in Israel, who committed suicide by hanging himself at the Eshel prison in Be’er Sheva.
The terrorist, 35-year-old Raed Abdel Salam al-Jaabari, was arrested near the Kfar Etzion Junction in Judea after a car accident in which he attempted to run over several Jewish residents...
...Some 1,550 Palestinian Arabs imprisoned in Israel ended a hunger strike in May 2012, in exchange for a package of measures which would allow visits from relatives in Gaza and the transfer of detainees out of solitary confinement.
In April, hundreds of terrorist prisoners declared a hunger strike in "solidarity" with a Hamas prisoner's solitary confinement. After a media brouhaha, the terrorists ended the hunger strike just hours after it began.
Israel has several times in the past caved to the pressure and released some hunger strikers. (Arutz 7)
CNN illustration

I suggest that they be isolated without media, wifi, visits etc. If the convicted Arab terrorists don't want to eat and would rather die, that is their choice.
Meanwhile, around 2,000 Palestinian prisoners being held by Israel were refusing food in a strike to protest Jaabari's death, IPS spokesman Sivan Weizman told AFP.
Israel should not take measures to force them to eat.


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