Lebanese terrorist Samir Kuntar, whom Israel has agreed to free as part of a possible prisoner swap deal with Hizbullah, has vowed to continue engaging in terror after his release.
Kuntar, who was jailed in the Hadarim Prison in the Sharon region 29 years ago, after murdering the Haran family members and two police officers during a terror attack on the northern city of Nahariya, made the promise in a letter to Hizbullah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah.
I simply can't wrap my mind around any possibility of an agreement on the part of the Israeli government to release Kuntar, so I'm going to discount that part of the report. For now.
Kuntar is the best argument for the death penalty I've ever come across.
Truer words were never published.
Remember the ir-Rev. Jeremiah Wright's 9-16-01 sermon about the chickens coming home to roost? That sermon, entitled "The Day of Jerusalem's fall" actually focused much more on (taking the last two lines of Psalm 137 totally out of context) the dashing of children's heads against rocks. Well, Kuntar (whom Wright undoubtedly reveres as a "liberator") has been there and done that. What a guy.