Can you imagine any other nation on earth, at any time in history, doing this?
377 of 550 of Palestinians slated for release involved in shooting, bombing, trying to kill
Dr. Aaron Lerner – IMRA 14 December 2011
“If you first don’t succeed try and try again” (Motto of Israeli released terrorists)
A review of the crimes carried out by the 550 Palestinian prisoners slated for release in the second round of releases in exchange for the release of Gilad Shalit finds that 377 are serving time for shooting, planting and/or throwing bombs, attempting to kill or attempting to murder or being involved in an attempt to murder.
The median sentence for the 377 was 4 years and 4 months!!
The English list does not include details of the crimes of the prisoners.
The Hebrew version includes details of the crimes. The prisoners being released in the exchange includes prisoners serving time for attempted murder and for trying to kill.
ISRAEL PRISON SERVICE STATEMENT
(Communicated by the Israel Prison Service<http://www.shabas.gov.il/shabas> Spokeswoman)
The list of prisoners designated for release in the second stage of the Gilad Shalit deal
has, this evening (Wednesday), 14.12.11, been uploaded to the Israel Prison Service (IPS) website. From the time it was posted, there are 48 hours in which motions may be filed.
Following are the IPS’ preparations for the second stage:
As of tomorrow morning (Thursday), 15.12.11, prisoners will be notified of their pending release. The preliminary identification and medical checks stage will begin. Afterwards, IPS personnel will escort the prisoners to either the Ayalon or Ofer prisons, where they will be concentrated. This is due to be completed by tomorrow night.
The release is expected to take place on Sunday, 18.12.11, tentatively in the evening hours, when prisoners at the Ofer and Ayalon prisons will leave for the Beituniya crossing and Gaza, respectively.
Additional information will be issued separately.
(No, as far as I know, neither an AK47 rifle or packets of hand grenades will be issued to each prisoner at time of release nor will Eric Holder, Attorney General of the US Dept. of Justice, be consulted — although, he may have been already. Not sure) jsk
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