Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Olmert releasing 250 terrorists from jail

Ehud Olmert, perhaps the greatest and most destructive enemy to the Jewish people since Adolf Hitler, has announced he will release 250 convicted terrorists from jail as a "good will gesture" to the Palestinians.

(IsraelNN.com) During his concluding speech at the Sharm El-Sheikh four-way conference on Monday, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert announced his decision to release 250 terrorists from Israeli prison.

Candidates for release are those whose terrorist activities did not end in known deaths, and who were imprisoned for terror-related activities on behalf of Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas's Fatah faction. The released individuals will have to sign a commitment to refrain from further terrorist activities after their release.

Addressing his remarks to the PA Arabs, Prime Minister Olmert said that Israel is just as sensitive to the issue of its kidnapped soldiers as the residents of the PA are to the issue of their relatives serving time in Israeli jails as convicted terrorists. Olmert mentioned Gilad Shalit, held by Hamas, and called his Hamas captors "inhumane" and "emotional extortioners, an example of which we saw today" in the release of a recording of the captive IDF soldier.

Prime Minister Olmert then announced, "Out of sensitivity to the matter of the prisoners, I decided today to bring before the government of Israel a decision according to which we will release 250 prisoners, members of Fatah, without blood on their hands, and who will commit themselves to refrain from further involvement in terrorism. I do this because I understand the importance of negotiations with the Palestinian Authority."

How many times must I say this? Olmert needs to be taken from office and executed for his crimes against the Jewish people. He is rodef, an enemy pursuer seeking to kill innocent Jews, and must be treated as such. No mercy can be offered to this depraved traitor and heretic.



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